Mountain Farm Museum
A collection of historic log buildings gathered throughout the Great Smoky Mountains and preserved on a single site. Most of the structures, including a house, barn, apple house, blacksmith shop, springhouse, and smokehouse, were collected and moved to the site in the 1950s, about 20 years after the National Park was established. The Mountain Farm Museum outdoor collection allows visitors to explore the old log buildings and gives a sense to how families may have lived 100 years ago here. The fields just next to the farm museum offer an excellent opportunity to see part of the Elk herd that moves through the area.