If you’ve chosen Gatlinburg to have your wedding in, congratulations! Couple’s have traveled to Gatlinburg for many moons to marry, it used to be that the mountains were what people were seeking and we hope it still is!  The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is an awesome place where hiking and exploration can be perfectly romantic for your honeymoon.  Gatlinburg is unique and full of fun so we want to share some of the fun locations with you.

We would like to welcome you to Gatlinburg and encourage further time spent in our community to make the most out of your wedding and honeymoon. Here are some fun, unique little things we can recommend that help give your honeymoon the “Gatlinburg” brand of memories you deserve.

Of course we want to help you have a beautiful wedding at Enchanted Valley Barn, but here is some information that might be helpful as you plan the rest of the fun, the honeymoon.  Often when people marry in Gatlinburg, the honeymoon is part of the plan.  We have compiled some restaurants, attractions, discoveries and more that could be fun once the wedding is complete!


Alamo Steakhouse
705 East Parkway Gatlinburg, TN
(865) 436-9998
Toll Free: 1-800-992-9780

“Here at the Alamo Steakhouse, we believe in serving the best. We take our aged steak, hand cut it in house and season it. We then grill it over an oak fire to sear in all the juices and natural flavors. This makes our steaks tender and delicious. But it’s not just steaks we take such care with, we also grind our own burgers, make all of our own soups, sauces & gravies, as well as hand-bread and cook our mozzarella sticks to order. This all takes extra time, but we hope once you taste our food, you will agree the effort was worth it.” – website

Split Rail Eats
849 Glades Road, Suite 1B1
Gatlinburg, Tennessee 37738
(865) 325-8445

“Here at Split Rail Eats, our mission is simple, we just want to make good food for you. Whether visiting from out of town or you’re a local, our goal is to make you feel at home and leave happy each and every time.
Come dine in or grab something on the go. We have freshly baked cookies and cupcakes available from our bakery case or pre-order them by the dozen. Call us and we can tell you all about our yummy flavors. We also offer catering.
Thanks so much for visiting and we hope to see y’all soon!” – website

Smoky Mountain Trout House
410 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-5416

“The Smoky Mountian Trout House has been in business since 1975. We are still located in the original building in downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The Smoky Mountain Trout House prides itself on offering the absolute freshest trout in Gatlinburg. Our trout are ice packed and delivered directly to the restaurant. Once it has arrived we take great care in our preparing your selection exactly as you like. The purity and flavor of the mountain trout offered great pleasure to the original settlers of the Smokies. So pull up a chair, have a seat, rest, and you too can enjoy the delicious direct from the local trout farms of Smokies real Smoky Mountain Trout!” – website

The Melting Pot
959 Parkway Suite 2
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 430-4430

“Looking for the best place to eat in Gatlinburg? There may be several places to choose for your next meal in Gatlinburg, but no other place can compare to the unique interactive dining that you will find at The Melting Pot. We make the perfect dinner destination after a fun day of exploring everything the city has to offer. Sit back, relax, and enjoy a fantastic meal with your friends or special someone in our casual and fun environment. Located right in the heart of Gatlinburg, we offer a fine dining adventure you can’t find anywhere else. Your meal begins with gourmet cheese blended and seasoned tableside by our friendly staff and continues with freshly made salad. Your main course contains delicious meat and veggies, but save room for dessert because we have several chocolate fondues to choose, all of which will send you home with a smile!” – website

The Donut Friar
634 Parkway Suite 15
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-7306

“Open 5 a.m. daily. The aromas of freshly made donuts, cinnamon bread, and pastries drifting from this shop are impossible to resist! Also, see cappuccino, latte and espresso made to your liking.” – The Village website


Space Needle
115 Historic Nature Trail
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-4629

“The iconic Gatlinburg Space Needle is a 407′ observation tower that overlooks downtown Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains. Ride our glass elevators to our observation deck for a 360° view of the Great Smoky Mountains and Gatlinburg. Ride our glass elevators over 400ft to observation deck for 360° view of the Great Smoky Mountains and Gatlinburg. The view is a panorama of beauty without equal year round. While up top enjoy Higher Learning, an educational experience from the Space Needle’s perspective, with free view finders!” – website

576 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 325-2400

“Our Gatlinburg-based theme park is a great family value! Admission to Anakeesta includes a scenic ride via the Chondola to the summit of Anakeesta Mountain where you enter our magical Firefly Village. Enjoy spectacular views of downtown Gatlinburg along the way. At the top, you’ll experience majestic scenic views of Mt. LeConte, quaint gift shops and casual dining at our Smokehouse BBQ food truck or savory pastries, hot drinks, and of course ice cream at Pearl’s Pie in the Sky. Look for our new mountaintop restaurant, which features a delicious menu, full-service bar, and outdoor seating. We invite you to join us at Anakeesta—be inspired by nature, enjoy time with family and friends, and discover the magic in the mountains.” – website

Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery
903 Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
(865) 436-6995

“Visit Tennessee’s first legal moonshine distillery! A mason jar of Ole Smoky Moonshine is the finest souvenir in the Smokies. Sample a centuries old family recipe and learn more about the rich history of moonshine in East Tennessee. Our authentic copper stills are always working to keep the shine flowing. Ole Smoky Moonshine offers 15 flavors for purchase in our bottle shop! Our distillery is open for self-guided tours to all ages so bring the whole family. Our holler has live bluegrass music playing every day from noon until dark. Come by, grab a jar, and sit a spell with us! Shine responsibly!” – website

Ripley’s Aquarium Of The Smokies
88 River Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738-
(865) 430-8808
Toll Free: 1-888-240-1358

“Voted Best U.S. Aquarium! Marvel at 12-foot sharks, a giant sea turtle, thousands of exotic sea creatures and playful penguins in State-of-the-Art Underwater Tunnels! Touch Horseshoe Crabs, Jellyfish & Stingrays! Hourly Dive/Feeding Shows and more! Experience Sleeping With the Sharks, Behind the Scenes Tours, Educational Programs, Splashing With the Stingrays, Penguin Encounter and Painting programs! Marvel at 12-foot sharks, a giant sea turtle, thousands of exotic sea creatures and playful penguins as you enjoy the Most Spectacular, State-of-the-Art Underwater Tunnels! Touch Horseshoe Crabs, Jellyfish & Stingrays! Play in the New 3-Story Discovery Treehouse & Play Center! Experience a ride over Shark Lagoon in the New Glass Bottom Boat! See Mermaids swimming June & July! Family Fun, Interactive, Hourly Dive/Feeding Shows and much, much more! Open 365 days a year.” – Gatlinburg.com

Gatlinburg Farmers Market
849 Glades Road
Gatlinburg, TN 37738

“Experience locally grown foods, live craft demonstrations and toe tapping mountain music. Saturdays 8:30 to 11:30am, May through October. Open air market. Enjoy the taste of the mountains!” – Gatlinburg.com


A Walk In The Woods
(865) 436-8283

“Our guides make A Walk in the Woods the best. We have always had the top guides in the business, known for their expertise in the botany, geology, culture and history of the Great Smoky Mountains. Our mission is raising environmental awareness through direct, fun, positive experiences with nature. Anyone can walk you down a trail through the woods. When you go with us, it will be the best day of your vacation. Erik and Vesna are working towards exploring all the National Parks in the United States in their spare time. Erik was awarded REI Adventures Top Guide in 2013. Vesna is a board member of Discover Life in America. Both Erik and Vesna are Wilderness First Responders and certified in CPR and Non-lethal Aversive Bear Conditioning.” – website

Rafting In The Smokies
813 East Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738-
(865) 436-5008
Toll Free: 1-800-776-7238

“The OFFICIAL Rafting in the Smokies! Handicapped Accessible! Experience the beautiful scenery of the neighboring Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee National Forest, Martha Sundquist State Forest and Appalachian Trail. Headquartered in Gatlinburg for over 30 years, we pride ourselves on safety and are dedicated to making your rafting or float trip the highlight of your vacation. Whether you’re looking for an introduction to white water or an experienced level rafting trip, we have the adventure for you. Offering excellent group rates, Boy and Girl Scout badges, and customer service that are second to none. No Experience Necessary – Serving ages 3 and up.” – Gatlinburg.com

Smoky Mountain Stables
1720 East Parkway
Gatlinburg, TN 37738-
(865) 436-5634

“A good horse beneath you. A blue sky above. Just the creaking of saddle leather and the smell of fresh air. That’s the beauty of a visit to Smoky Mountain Riding Stables – Gatlinburg TN. Enjoy a peaceful view of the Great Smoky Mountains on the back of a well trained horse. Our natural beautiful horseback riding trails inside the National Park await you with an experienced guide that just might lead you into a flock of wild turkeys, a herd of wild deer or even black bear climbing a tree. Whether you are a novice, or an experienced rider, you are guaranteed a great horseback ride with Smoky Mountain Riding Stables.” – website

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Sugarlands Visitors Center
1420 Fighting Creek Gap Rd
Gatlinburg, TN 37738

“Zipline Treetop Guided Treetop Canopy Tour. 14 Element self-guided TreeTrek. Light 10 downtown Gatlinburg next to National Park. Ages 5 to 85. A Family Adventure everyone can experience!” – Gatlinburg.com

Sugarlands Visitors Center
1420 Fighting Creek Gap Rd
Gatlinburg, TN 37738

“The Sugarlands Visitor Center is the perfect spot to begin your Smoky Mountain vacation! The visitor center features knowledgable rangers, maps, restrooms, animal exhibits, informative museum, and a free movie. Stop here to stretch your legs, get your bearings, and speak with experts about your itinerary. To get to the Sugarlands Visitor Center, proceed through downtown Gatlinburg on the main Parkway. After passing Ski Mountain Road, you will enter the National Park. Sugarlands Visitor Center is 1.7 miles ahead on the right side of the road. There is plenty of free parking near the visitor center.” – Smokymountains.com