Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens in Gatlinburg is one of the nation’s most acclaimed inspirational attractions.
Take a walk through the Holy Land back in the time of Christ, amid lifelike scenes portraying the greatest story ever told. 3D dioramas create life-size settings with lighting, sound and special effects to create a moving and deeply uplifting experience.
More than 100 life-size figures populate the key scenes from the life of Christ. Additional exhibits include an heirloom Bible collection, coins from the time, temple vestments and furnishings of the age, a large painting of the Parables of Jesus, and a 900 square foot mural telling many stories.
The centerpiece is the Face of Christ sculpture that provides an inspiring gift of faith and presence to visitors.
Christ in the Smokies makes an exceptional educational experience, perfect for families as well as a home-schooling event.
Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens was founded in 1960 by Ronald Ligon. The museum changed its name and was remodeled in 2009.
Surrounded by lush gardens, Christ in the Smokies is on River Road in Gatlinburg, and open 7 days a week. The museum is disabled accessible, and there is abundant free parking.
Christ in the Smokies Museum and Gardens
510 River Rd
Gatlinburg TN 37738
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