Built in 1896, the Sevier County Courthouse is the centerpiece of downtown, an excellent example of Victorian architecture. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the courthouse stands proud with 13-inch thick brick walls and a Seth Thomas Clock in the courthouse tower. Of course, the Courthouse isn't the only gem in downtown Sevierville. Take a walk to other highlights, including a unique boutique housed in the historic Sevierville Hardware building, a top-your-own-donut shop, an award-winning quilt store and several specialty boutiques. While downtown, stop by and see Dolly. The bronze statue of Sevierville's own Dolly Parton is perched on the corner of the courthouse lawn and is a popular photo spot for thousands of visitors each year.
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