The Sevier County Court House is treasured by residents. Local mandates require that no building can be taller than the Court House's cupola.
The City of Sevierville has suffered numerous floods throughout its history.
Dolly Parton, Sevier County's most-famous native, is represented by a life-sized bronze statue in the Court House Square.
Tennessee Valley Authority's Douglas Dam, opened February 19, 1943, is located on the French Broad River on the boundary of Sevier and Jefferson Counties.
This is a typical scene of an early 20th Century farm house in Sevier County.
The French Broad River traverses Sevier County, giving rise to social, economic, and other divisions "north" and "south" of the river.
The original bridge was destroyed in 1875. Elbert Stephenson Early rebuilt the Harrisburg Covered Bridge later in 1875. This is the only surviving covered bridge in Sevier County and is still being used for both foot traffic and vehicles.
Images of Sevier County citizens.
The functioning Old Mill, located in Pigeon Forge, is a popular tourist attraction.