I love shopping in the Arts & Crafts loop. We usually start at the end closer to Gatlinburg and never make it all the way around. We decided to start at the other end, farther up Hwy 321, this time. We stopped at several shops we hadn't been to before. Some of our favorites were located in the Covered Bridge Complex - Misty Mountain Soap Co (very helpful staff, made recommendations & gave us lots of samples with our purchases), Jack Hess Glassblower (awesome, super friendly guy, great with kids, demonstrating his craft), Uncommon Grounds (coffee shop/cafe with friendly staff) & Smoky Mountain Pottery (great pottery & friendly staff). We also love Tim Weberding Woodworking & Apple Annie's Antiques. The interaction with the craftsmen & shop employees makes shopping in the loop so much fun! The only downside is that I find so many things I love that I end up spending a small fortune here!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.