We are fortunate to have played host to many different exhibits over the past 10 years and look forward to many more as we continue to grow and extend our reach into the region. From wartime cannons and the Titanic, to one of kind pieces of art and artifacts that reflect our homes and family; you’re sure to experience a ‘new’ museum each time you visit.
Great partnerships with organizations such as the National Park Service, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Tennessee Arts Commission and countless others who have graciously and generously donated items of significance, is what allows the Heritage Center to continue it’s mission of preserving and protecting the rich traditions of East Tennessee.
To learn more about exhibits that are currently on display for a limited amount of time (or will be soon) please visit the links below:
- Art Exhibit by the Tennessee Artists Associations (March 2017)
- Earth & Fire: Native American Pottery From Blount County (Pre-Columbian Pottery Artifacts Opening Saturday, May 6th)
- Coming 2018- A New Temporary Long Rifle Exhibit
Please note that all of the above exhibits are available for viewing with your paid admission to the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. Become a Member and receive an unlimited number of museum visits to GSMHC during your membership period.