Address and Phone:
125 Court Ave.
Sevierville, TN 37862
Phone: (865) 932-4458
Fax: (865) 932-3508
Toll Free: (888) 738-4378
Built in 1896, the Sevier County Courthouse is the centerpiece of downtown, an excellent example of Victorian architecture. Prominent African-American brick mason, Isaac Dockery, was instrumental in
the city’s post-Civil War construction boom and was hired to complete the
brick work for the courthouse.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the courthouse stands proud with 13-inch thick brick walls and a foundation made of limestone hauled from the old McCown place, the site where Vulcan Materials Company now stands. The Seth Thomas Clock in the courthouse tower originally cost $1,353 plus $42.55 freight.
Take a walk to other downtown highlights, including award-winning florist D Garden Floratique (128 Court Ave.) housed in the historic Sevierville Hardware building, and pose for a photo with the bronze statue of hometown girl Dolly Parton.
From US Hwy 441/Hwy 66, turn east at the "downtown" sign onto Bruce St., then drive one block to Court Ave. and the courthouse square. On the Sevier County Courthouse lawn is the Dolly Parton statue.
Get turn-by-turn direction using the interactive map above.
Looking for a day of fun and frolic? Here's a quick list of nearby attractions that you may enjoy.
Date: Dec 12, 2013
Painting With a Twist at Eagle Springs Winery!
Location: Kodak, TN
Date: Nov 28, 2013 - Dec 28, 2013
Real Snow off the Bow Part of Titanic's Christmas in a Winter Wonderland
Location: Pigeon Forge, TN
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