Click Here to Vote for the Clingmans Dome Observation Tower in a nationwide grant competition that ends on July 5, 2016 and be sure to submit your vote at the bottom of the Partners in Preservation web page.
The Clingmans Dome Tower in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was designed by the late Hubert Bebb, founder of Community Tectonics Architects Inc., in the late 50’s. In need of some preservation maintenance, the The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is hoping to win a grant competition through Partners in Preservation that will award a total of $2 million in grants to historic sites in need of preservation within national parks. If Clingmans Dome is one of the competition winners the park will receive $250,000 toward the restoration of the iconic landmark. For more information on the Grant please visit www.VoteYourPark.org.
Please vote so this structure can continue to serve the park and its visitors for years to come!
Clingmans Dome is a sacred and revered top of the mountains in the oldest mountain range in the United States, the Great Smokies Mountains National Park. Please help it live and continue to offer all that it has given to mankind for many more generations to come.