One of the most bizarre contrasts in the region is Cooter’s Dukes of Hazzard museum and the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, perhaps the most respected institution of its kind in East Tennessee, both of which advertise on Gatlinburg’s famous Parkway. The 1940s building on right, used by Arrowmont but not considered part of campus proper, may be removed by new development.

Photo by Shawn Poynter

One of the most bizarre contrasts in the region is Cooter’s Dukes of Hazzard museum and the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, perhaps the most respected institution of its kind in East Tennessee, both of which advertise on Gatlinburg’s famous Parkway. The 1940s building on right, used by Arrowmont but not considered part of campus proper, may be removed by new development.

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