Celebrate the 26th Anniversary of the Cherohala Skyway and our mountain heritage with the Charles Hall Museum and Heritage Center at the 6th Annual Cherohala Skyway Festival! There will be booth after booth of juried arts and crafts, lots of living history and plenty of incredible food and treats! Test your axe throwing skills at On The Road Axe Throw trailer, paint a pumpkin, have your hand sculpted at Waxed Hands and have your face painted! You'll find lots of free festival fun like horse drawn wagon rides, a petting zoo, kids train rides, tractor pulled hay rides, bounce houses, a sawdust dig for cash & treasures, and Mecca Camp's Resort's Game Zone!
Live Bluegrass and mountain music will fill the air all day long at the Josh Graves Memorial Music Festival! The Cherohala Skyway Festival is the perfect excuse to get outdoors and experience fall colors all along the Cherohala Skyway, one of the most beautiful areas in the Appalachian mountain regions! The Hall Museum is a non- profit 501 (c) (3) history museum. Admission is free to the festival and the museum. There will be a $5/vehicle preferred parking fee. Bring cash. Any profits go to support their mission.
2022 Sponsor Forms
Our sponsors allow the Hall Museum to host a fun, family event that supports the museum, many local non-profits and community organizations, crafters, vendors, ministries and musicians! Individuals, businesses, and other organizations round up our sponsorship. Please consider supporting the festival and the Hall Museum at any level. You may mail, turn into the museum at the gift shop in Building 2, The Museum Marketplace, or call us at 423-253-8000 for more information. We will also mail or email you a letter that describes the museum's mission and how they have met that mission this year.
Remember it is not family owned. Our founders, Charles and Billie Hall put it in a foundation for the benefit of Tellico Plains and Monroe County. It is goverened by a board of directors. Two of the Hall heirs serve on the board and have one vote. One Hall heir volunteers to manage the museum! Please share the vision of a small town community museum!