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“great place for parking”

Christ in the Smokies Museum & Gardens
Ranked #19 of 113 things to do in Gatlinburg
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed September 30, 2012

they had a great place to park for $5. plus the guy at the box was very helpful when are car broke down .

Thank cori g
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

They are doing a beautiful job of replacing all of the wax figures and scenery that was sold a couple of years ago.

Thank Pennsylvanians15904
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Reviewed September 29, 2012

This attraction has been here for a good while - most of my life. The first visit I made was at the age of 7, and every few years afterwards. Very little has changed, as the story is timeless! The gift shop has been totally re-done. Well worth the visit if you are of a religious bent. Probably not very suitable for restless toddlers and babies.

Thank JaynieBeth
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Reviewed September 25, 2012

We were really impressed to this wax museum. It followed the bible almost to the letter. We will be visiting here again.

Thank lesligranny
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

First hint - do the Sky Lift before you see this museum for a $2 per person discount on admission here.
Second hint - parking across the street is $10 all day, but if you tour the museum, parking in their lot is free all day. With discount after Sky Lift and free parking, you save a decent sum. And you're parked only a block off the main street, with easy access to everything else.
This was my second visit to this museum - the first back in 1979. It hasn't changed much and is a nice depiction of the life of Jesus. Life-size scenes along with narration portray important events in the Bible.
The tour is about half an hour. If you're of Christian faith, you'll probably like this. The face of Christ sculpture in the museum gardens is epecially impressive.

2  Thank FancyFree55
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