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“Knives Gifts”

Smoky Mountain Knife Works
Ranked #1 of 7 Museums in Sevierville
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: The World's Largest Knife Showplace and much more. We carry a variety of products: knives, tools, housewares, kitchen cutlery, apparel, collectables, firearms, military surplus, and other outdoors related products. In our store you can also find the following: museum-style displays which detail some of the history of cutlery, a housewares department, relic section, and areas geared towards kids. We also sell a small selection of refreshments so feel free to stay awhile!
Reviewed March 19, 2013

usually stop in on the way home. Lots of pocket knives, kitchen knives and other gadgets. Nice gifts. Be sure to check out the musical instruments.

Thank Terrie H
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Reviewed March 19, 2013

This store has about the largest selection of edged tools I've ever seen. Everything from small Swiss Army knives to giant 2-handed Scottish Claymore swords. Also good deals on some nice high end kitchen knives and such. Customer service was excellent. Mixed bag on knife quality though - while there is a good selection of high quality blades, there are also a lot of really cheapo implements. Only real disappointment though was that I'm always on the look out for a good diving knife, but they only had one really low quality knife labeled "dive knife" that I think would either break or rust away if it got within 100 yards of salt water. But guess there's not much market for a variety of good titanium dive knives in the midst of the Smoky Mountains.

Thank Roaming_Fool
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Reviewed March 18, 2013

There are antique knives, more pocket knives than you can begin to imagine, high quality kitchen knives and lots more merchandise. Spices and rubs, all kinds of things that you won't find other places, including candles, kitchen utensils and gift items.
For $1.00, they will sharpen any knife, while you wait. We have used that service several times and really appreciate it. There are pocket knives for a few dollars up to collectors knives and everything in between.
Don't drive by as you come or go on Hwy. 66, stop and look around.

Thank dgorden
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

There was just too much to see. Take 2 or 3 days to look around if you have it. They have three levels and an antiques shop and knickknack shop downstairs. Interesting stuff!

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Reviewed March 14, 2013

This place is so large, it takes 2-3 hours to see it all. We have been 3 times now and I still haven't looked at everything. I just found some singing bears in the downstairs section that was really neat. They have a lot more than just knives. I can look longer than my husband in this place.

Thank FrankieHawn
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