The joys of giving bring precious meaning to the season. Celebrate the simple moments that bring loved ones together for the holidays with quality, community-borne gifts. Whether the gift receiver prefers useful or sentimental, the Visit Knoxville Gift Shop carries a variety of locally made products sure to satisfy everyone on your list!

For the traditionalists, select Christmas ornaments that will match any décor. Whether wooden or glass or acrylic, painted or glittery or laser-etched, there are over a dozen varieties of ornaments to choose from. See SoKno Woodworking’s Sunsphere Ornament, Matthew Trinkle’s Neyland Stadium Ornament, Paris Woodhull’s Acrylic Ornament, and the classic handblown glass ornaments by Joy to the World, such as the limited edition 40th World’s Fair Anniversary Ornament, Santa on the Sunsphere, Tennessee Theatre Blade, Sunsphere 1982 Version, Sunsphere Clip, Gay Street Sign, and Knoxville Sunsphere Ornament.

Christmas Ornaments

For that special someone who lives in the kitchen concocting holiday delights, peruse the Home and Pantry section to pick up a designer Marc Nelson Denim Apron, sophisticated Honeymouth Leather Rocks Glass, savory selection of Smoky Mountain Spices, and bean-to-bar Lirio Chocolate Bars, all crafted by makers right here in Knoxville.

Kitchen Gifts

And for the Christmas-quintessential, peppermint-loving pals, Visit Knoxville’s Visitors Center and Gift Shop also happens to be a stop on Downtown Knoxville’s Peppermint Trail and Elf on the Shelf Scavenger Hunt. Gather information about Knoxville’s many holiday events and activities to do with your friends, and then check out the gift shop for some small tokens of holiday bliss to share in the memories about to be made.

Holiday Brochures

Create a relaxing spa package with English Rose Farm’s Peppermint Snowflake Soap and Peppermint Dream Bath Bomb. Or maybe a thoughtful card and timeless book are the simplest, yet most treasured gestures. Pick up a Christmas Card Pack featuring photographs of Christmas in downtown Knoxville by Bruce McCamish and a copy of Jack Neely’s historical A Knoxville Christmas book to finish off the perfect Christmas shopping list.

Holiday Peppermint Items