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petermv wrote a review Mar 2020
new york city60 contributions17 helpful votes
We stumbled upon this place while driving through the area. Looking forward to coming back for the October festival! Started as a small, one man story teller and has grown into quite the gathering. Jonesborough is a wonderful, small historic town to wander around as well.
Date of experience: March 2020
Peter7307 wrote a review Nov 2017
Austin, Texas5 contributions
It was crowded, but it was so much fun. Lots of things to see, listen too and attend. People are so nice and welcoming!
Date of experience: October 2017
Jeff E wrote a review Jul 2016
Knoxville, Tennessee141 contributions140 helpful votes
Storyteller in residence was great! He wove four or five different stories together of various life-experiences and personalities he along the way. Some were funny and some were sad just like life. This was the summertime concert series which is not to be confused with the International Festival that attracts over 11,000 visitors. The facility is modern yet intimate This is a definite do over for me and highly recommended. …
Date of experience: July 2016
Bruce B wrote a review Jun 2016
8 contributions1 helpful vote
We did not stay for the day's story teller, but would purchase tickets the next time we visit. The gift shop has a lot of child friendly toys and lots of books.
Date of experience: June 2016
chuckland wrote a review Feb 2016
Lake Lure, North Carolina199 contributions30 helpful votes
If you ever want to forget all your problems go to Jonesborough the first weekend in October. The storyteller festival and the tellers who entertain there will transport you to a place where you will be completely absorbed. You will not be disappointed. There are some kids there but most of the 5000 people enjoying the festival are adults.…
Date of experience: October 2015