Take time for some great shopping and exploring in
the downtown and surrounding area. You’ll
find many shops, restaurants and historical
points of interest, along with some of the
most friendly people around.
Be sure to stop by Smithville-DeKalb County Chamber
of Commerce for brochures and tourist info for Smithville and
the county. Visit Webb’s Pharmacy & Gifts; the vintage
orange and blue Rexall Drugs sign lets you know you’ve arrived
at the F.Z. Webb Pharmacy, the oldest family-run pharmacy
in the state since 1881. Browse the rows
of gifts, souvenirs and Tennessee-crafted items. See Stella Luna Art Gallery for a showcase of award-winning local and national artists-craftsmen. And bring your best taste buds to Griffin’s Fruit Market
to find a variety of produce, plants and specialty
canned goods. Since 2002, it’s been ranked “No. 1 for
Produce” in The Smithville Review.
Don't miss Appalachian Center for Craft, an 87,000-square-foot facility, located on more than 500 wooded acres overlooking Center
Hill Lake, includes spacious studios, a retail gallery, exhibition
galleries, hiking trails and an on-site cafe.
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