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Things to Do2018-10-26T20:03:49+00:00

Things to Do near Bryson City, NC

Bryson City Pharmacy
200 Valley Village Shopping Center
Bryson City, NC

Bryson City Pharmacy is your home town choice. Competitively prices prescriptions, first aid supplies, over-the-counter medications, home health care supplies.

828-488-1705
Bryson City Veterinary Hospital
200 Bryson Walk
Bryson City, NC

Bryson City Veterinary Hospital provides small animal veterinary services to Swain County and beyond. We are here to help with your pet's needs!

(828) 488-6018
Buttermilk Farms Antique Market
147A Main Street
Bryson City NC
28713

Antique market with numerous dealers and consignors. Featuring a wide variety of antiques, vintage items, collectibles, and repurposed items. Specialties include furniture, glassware, home decor, rugs, quilts, advertising items, jewelry, industrial, cast iron, and kitchen items. Only local dealer of Old Crow Soaps. We buy individual pieces as well as estates.

828-736-5529
Calby’s Antiques and Gifts
44 Everett Street
Bryson City NC
28713

Calby's Antiques and Gifts is located in the Historic 1905 Bennett's Drug Store building on Bryson City's picturesque Everett Street. Calby's offers a unique blend of antiques, collectibles and gifts; specializing in china, silver, glassware and decorative items, as well as jewelry and small furniture. Open Monday through Saturday.

828-538-4830
Charleston Station
105 Main St
Bryson City NC
28713

You are cordially invited to visit with us - browse through our rooms of pottery, baskets, old and new quilts, antiques, collectables, and much more. Restore your spirits, and relax in our front porch rockers. Located in Bryson City on the corner of Main and River Streets.

828-488-2534
Cherokee Historical Association
564 Tsali Blvd (HWY 441)
Cherokee, NC

CHA presents the Oconaluftee Indian Village & the outdoor drama Unto These Hills. Visit the recreated 1750s-era Cherokee Village. Regular tours by Cherokee guides present history, crafts, early homes and demonstrations of beadwork, pottery, blowguns, and much more in a beautiful forest setting. Mid-May through October. Unto These Hills tells the history of the Cherokee people from about 1540 through their forced removal from this area in the late 1830s. June-August; check the website for exact dates. General admission seating.

828-497-2111
CJ’s Grille
47 Depot St.
Bryson City NC
28713

Family friendly restaurant with full bar, pet friendly outdoor covered deck, and pool tables and games conveniently located just across from the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad in the heart of downtown Bryson City. Daily food and drink specials, weekend live entertainment, and NFL Ticket for those fall football weekends.

828-488-9880
Cooper Creek Trout Farm & Catch-out Pond
3365 Cooper Creek Rd
Bryson City, NC

This full service trout farm offers all the amenities in a beautiful mountain setting that includes hiking trails, waterfalls, and picnic tables. No license required, no limit, and all fishing equipment is provided. Guided fishing tours are also available. Stay an hour or the entire day!

828-488-2500
Cork & Bean Bistro
16 Everett St
Bryson City NC
28713

With a charming rustic atmosphere, attentive service and contemporary American cuisine, we offer great food using responsibly sourced ingredients with a focus on organic, local, sustainable and seasonal fare. Our chefs artfully blend this fresh concept with a twist on traditional southern influences. Craft beer, select wines and full bar.

828-488-1934
Deep Creek Baptist Church
151 E Deep Creek Road
Bryson City, NC

A family friendly church in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains.

(828) 488-9597