|The Gatlinburg Mountain
Mall, Gatlinburg’s premier indoor shopping experience, is unlike any
other shopping mall. Nestled in the heart of downtown Gatlinburg,
TN at Traffic Light #6 across from Ripley's Aquarium,
the Gatlinburg Mountain Mall features a vast variety of shops each with
a unique theme.
Home-made candy, food, crafts,
hand-made jewelry, custom-blended tobacco products, pipes, music, movies,
leather goods, hot sauces, books, magic tricks, quilts, dolls, sports collectibles,
toys, original artwork and even outfits for man’s best friend - These are
just a few of the items you’ll find within our mountain-themed shopping
center. We challenge you to give us a visit and not find something
of interest to you and to each and every member of your family. Please
see the Merchant Directory
for more information on our many retailers.
The Mountain Mall's Gatlinburg,
Tennessee location is just minutes from the Great Smoky Mountains
National Park and close to Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN.
In addition to shopping at the mall, downtown Gatlinburg is the host to
many attractions. While visiting, you can ski at Ober Gatlinburg,
explore the nature's oddities at Ripley's Believe It or Not, learn
about feats, facts, and records at Guinness World of Records Museum,
get spooked at Haunted Adventure, or surround yourself with sharks
at Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies...just across the street from
Every detail of the
shopping center has a mountain theme from cedar walls to the whiskey
barrel trash cans (which are the same barrels used to make Jack Daniel’s
Tennessee Whisky.) And while you leisurely peruse the hallways of the Mountain
Mall, you will hear Appalachian mountain music recorded by local
musicians. Around our two indoor water fountains (one of which is
over 30 feet tall!) you’ll find authentic mountain folk paraphernalia including
millstones, a moonshine still, and a full-size bear trap.
Celebrating the rich history
of Gatlinburg and the Ogle family which owns and manages
the Mountain Mall, we have sprinkled the halls with historical displays
featuring “now-and-then” pictures of the town and pictures of the Ogle’s
General Store (opened in 1850 and moved to the site where the Mall
stands in 1910.) Even the actual 1934 Ford Model A delivery truck
from the old family store can be seen on display.
Visit Gatlinburg Mountain
"Bring Home the Spirit