Inside there is a transport section, and an anthropological section, detailing the history of the area since primitive times. I watched a video of the Great Smoky Mountains too.
But the highlights are the cabins outside in the garden behind the museum, showing how people lived in the 19th century in the Smokey Mountains. There is even an outside toilet to let us know what conditions were like, a barn, a sawing mill and other buildings.
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