Tour the Shop
Walk through the doors of the Cliff Dwellers Gallery and you will immediately see that it lives up to its welcome sign. It is truly “A Most Interesting Place” where the past blends with the present and the line between fine art and crafts is erased.
This historic building was constructed in 1933 on the main street in downtown Gatlinburg. It was the home and gallery of artist Louis E. Jones. In 1994, the structure was moved to this site. Today, the gallery showcases contemporary & traditional artwork of over 60 local artists.