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Pigeon Forge is packed with great shopping. More than 300 shops, boutiques and outlets make this Tennessee mountain resort town a great place to find unique, artisan crafts like blown glass, pottery, jewelry, metal sculpture and hand-made dolls and doll accessories, as well as Smoky Mountain souvenirs and mementos.

Pigeon Forge Factory Outlet Mall and Pigeon River Crossings are popular outlet centers with dozens of factory stores and shops including Carter’s Childrenswear, Osh Kosh, Pendleton, Bass, Burlington and Vitamin World.

Pigeon Forge’s newest shopping and dining destination, The Island is home to Build-A-Bear Workshop, Miner’s Gems, the Island Trading Post, Smoky Mountain Sun Shades and more.

A few of our favorites include:

Dixie Darlin Needlework
Old Mill Area & Veterans Blvd. A fixture for 27 years, this 3,500-square-foot shop offers all manner of cross stitch and needlework supplies and materials, plus framing.

Celtic Cottage
3526 Parkway Suite 2
From Celtic crosses to clothing and giftware, this shop showcases a vast assortment of wares from Scotland and Ireland.

Incredible Christmas Place
2470 Parkway
Celebrate the holidays year-round in this charming shop filled with ornaments, nativity scenes, holiday collectibles and tasty homemade fudge.

Country Candy Kitchen
3341 Parkway
Homemade fudge, taffy, chocolate turtles and peanut brittle are among the sweet treats made on-site in this Pigeon Forge candy shop.

The Twisted Vessel Gallery
335 Old Mill Street
The works of more than 200 American artists fill this charming gallery owned by clay artist Steve Gazma and watercolorist Stephanie Brichetto.

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