So, right on the busy Parkway in Gatlinburg, are many attractions. We only went to a few, this time. Another must on our list was the Star Cars museum. Authentic movie and star's cars that I know you'll recognize. Come with us on this 'quick' little tour down memory lane. I guarantee you'll smile.
So cool! I mean, really....
Gone in 60 seconds.....
Nick and Angelina
Yeah, it's a little creepy, but fun!
Another Nick Cage movie...Ghost Rider!
The General Lee! Did you know it was originally black? It was mentioned in the episode "Happy Birthday, General Lee."
Not quite Fred and Wilma
The Terminator and his Harley
So, cool. Love this movie.
Dragula and Herman Munster!
Now this! This was my favorite. Who doesn't remember the DeLorean! I mean, come on! They have the DeLorean!
And the Hover board!
I was pretty stoked to be this close and get to look inside. It was roped off, though.
They did not want you touching any of the cars, but certain ones, for a price, you could sit in and have a staff member take your picture. Not this one, though. :(
Look, down on the left, it's the "save the clock tower" flyer.
"Come listen to a story about a man named Jed..." Yep, that's granny sitting up there!
This Mayberry police cruiser was signed on the dash by Don Knotts.
"What about her?"
Right here, Bill! How cool is that?
You remember Kit, don't you? Who didn't want a talking car when they were little? Now we have GPS systems and Siri.
Yeah, a little creepy, again, but totally worth a picture...besides...you can't hassle the Hoff.
Michael Jackson's autographed photos and glove...
...and his Mercedes.
And lastly, the Batmobile from Batman Forever with Val Kilmer, Jim Carey and Tommy Lee Jones.
So, did you have fun? We sure did. I'm glad
you came along with us.
There's more to come on our Tennessee adventures. Can't wait to share it with you.
Have a great day!