The Gatlinburg Space Needle

Gatlinburg, TN

Where are we going?

The Gatlinburg Space Needle
115 Historic Nature Trail
Gatlinburg
TN
37738

865-436-4629

What is there to do?

Family owned and operated, The Gatlinburg Space Needle is a very impressive observation tower that will give you a view of Tennessee like you have never seen before!

Kids, you can just imagine what the birds see as they are soaring over the Great Smoky Mountains! In fact, you get 360 degree views!

Standing at 407' high, you'll be able to see Mount LeConte, the tallest mountain in eastern USA, and also the changing colors of the forestry with each season! 

Keep your eyes peeled as you might even see some wildlife - including those illusive black bears!

Also onsite at the Needle is Arcadia, a 25,000 square-foot, two-story playground with the latest video and redemption games including the area’s largest redemption center. Pretty cool!

The Gatlinburg Space Needle also offers a free SeeCoast view finder, where you can observe all the amazing features which emanate from the Smokies in close visual proximity. See the blooming flowers, the pristine creeks, and a host of other natural wonders!

Just don't forget your camera kids, as you will need it!

A fun experience in one of the most beautiful parts of the USA, where kids can enjoy only see the sights, but enjoy a learning experience too!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $10.95

Children: $5.95 (Ages 4-11)

Discount: Military, members and seniors

Free Under: 3 years with adult ticket

Family Deals: Family pass $33.80

LAST UPDATED 2017

Need a little extra help?

The needle is accessed by two elevators.

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When can we go?

Call for the hours

Year round

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Any top tips?

If you look on their website they often do discounts on admission if you order online ahead of time!

I’m Hungry!

Check out Slice Pizza Bakery with authentic, delicious Italian cuisine including pizza and calzones!

Healthy Eating

They have healthy, crisp salads at Crisp Pizza Bakery too!

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