Gatlinburg Space Needle

Gatlinburg Space Needle

Gatlinburg Space Needle

Immediately next to Blaine’s Grill & Bar sits the most recognizable structure in Gatlinburg – the Gatlinburg Space Needle. The Space Needle is the tallest structure in the Smokies at 407’. Likewise, its observation deck offers some of the most amazing views of the Great Smoky Mountains that you’ll find anywhere. From their observation deck, you are able to see all of Gatlinburg and the surrounding Smoky Mountains. And if you’re looking for a closer view, there are even FREE viewfinders.

Gatlinburg Space NeedleYou can buy tickets to ride the elevator to the top of the Space Needle at their online store  or at the ticket center on the ground level.

Also be sure to check Arcadia, the largest and most fun arcade in Gatlinburg, sitting at the base of the Needle. Arcadia provides the biggest selection of games and the best prizes of any other arcade in the Smoky Mountain area.

Need more fun? While you’re there, check out Lazer Runner, a fun, futuristic lazer tag game, and the Flying Saucer Italian Bistro.

So the next time you’re at Blaine’s Grill & Bar enjoying some of the best food and drinks the Smokies has to offer, be sure to stop by the Gatlinburg Space Needle for amazing views and great family fun.

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For a delicious meal with a spectacular view, visit Blaine’s!

Gatlinburg knows how to celebrate the 4th of July, and this year will be as exciting as ever. Be sure to stop by Blaine’s Grill & Bar during the Independence Day festivities for a meal that everyone will enjoy, right in the heart of downtown Gatlinburg.

independence day PARADE AND FIREWORKS

Named by National Geographic Traveler Magazine as a “Top Ten Parade to See in the US”, the Gatlinburg Fourth of July Midnight Parade has been the First Independence Day Parade in the Nation for 43 years. Arrive early on the night of July 3 to grab your viewing spot along the parade route; the parade kicks off once the clock strikes midnight. Gatlinburg’s Independence Day celebrations will conclude at 10 p.m. on July 4 with a dazzling 20 minute fireworks display in the heart of downtown.

Blaine’s Grill & Bar

With a patio overlooking the Great Smoky Mountains and downtown Gatlinburg, Blaine’s is the perfect choice for a bite to eat before the late-night celebrations.