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Cooter's Place in Gatlinburg, Gatlinburg

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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3.4/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web
Ben "Cooter" Jones, founder of Cooter's Place in Gatlinburg, invites you to explore his collection of memorabilia from the "Dukes of Hazzard" TV show. Most of the artifacts--photos, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia--decorate the walls. Themed go-karts inside the attraction give you a chance to race in all weather conditions, choosing from various packages to customize your race. After touring the museum, grab a club and hit the 18-hole mini-golf course. The museum is free, but you must pay for the go-karts and golf. For Cooter's Place in Gatlinburg and beyond, use our Gatlinburg itinerary builder to get the most from your Gatlinburg vacation.
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  • My first visit here. It won't be my last. Had lots of fun. They had t shirts, hats, die cast and all the Dukes of Hazzard items you could every want. 
  • Great selection of merchandise for the DOH fan! We happened to be in the area while Cletus and Enos were there to sign autographs. Not very organized with the lines. Merchandise a little pricey. Cletu...  read more »
  • Our son is a great fan of the Dukes of Hazzard and he really enjoyed this place. All kinds of memorabilia -- Lots to look at and plenty of items to purchase! 
  • Friendly staff and fun activities. Go carts are relatively cheap and a very fun time; my friend and I had the track to ourselves on a weekend, which allowed us to practice sliding around corners. The mini golf is...interesting. There are other, much better mini golf courses in Gatlinburg. Go for go carts and Dukes of Hazard atmosphere if you visit.
  • Friendly staff. Fun to see all the stuff from my childhood. Go kart track small but fun! Puttput was good.
  • I've ordered lots of items and all have been as advertised. I wish they would have left the flag covered up for the value of knowing it is the version that came out because of the p.c. crowd. That's ok I bought another one that had it. Now I have more to pass on to my grandchildren. We will rebel on forever. WP
  • I loved going to Cooters I grew up watching the Dukes of Hazzard the week I was there I am pretty sure I saw Ben Jones himself but didn't get the chance to stop and see
  • Great place for those of us who grew up with the Dukes. Lots of memorabilia and just a neat store to visit.
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