Dollywood – Unquestionably the largest and most popular attraction in Pigeon Forge, Dollywood has been entertaining millions of people for 20 years and is always offering new rides and exciting changes with each season. Restaurants, theaters, interactive activities, games and rides, rides, rides! There is literally something for everyone at Dollywood and their attention to detail in all facets of entertainment have won them awards year after year!
Dolly’s Splash Country – Like Dollywood before it, Dolly’s Splash Country is another high-quality family park with very serious attention to detail to provide safe, family fun. Huge slides, a wave pool, plenty of play area and interactive stuff for the younger kids. Every year they add more on to it, so always keep checking back for exciting new changes!
Dixie Stampede – Another Dolly Parton property, the Dixie Stampede is one of the top shows in Sevier County offering a full four-course meal of pork loin, rotisserie chicken, vegetable soup, made biscuit, corn on the cob, herb-basted potato and unlimited soft-drink or coffee (with vegetarian meals available on request) plus an exciting show of dancers, animals and a 50 minute opening act.
Wonderworks – Upside-down is right-side up and nothing is what it seems at Wonderworks in Tennessee. The largest imagination station in Sevier County is the perfect place to take the kids for an entire afternoon or even the whole day! Come to watch gravity defied, virtual reality and 3D sound, a build-it-yourself roller coaster ride and a bike that goes up and around! Only Wonderworks in Pigeon Forge lets you break free from reality to have a real live psychic battle with a friend. Check it out as soon as you get here!
The Old Mill – Pigeon Forge’s heart and soul lies at The Old Mill just a block off the parkway. This superb little village its the Arts and Crafts Community of the city with over a dozen shops for high quality clothing, artwork, pottery, candy, ice cream, dolls, candles, and much more. The Old Mill gives tours and has two restaurants in walking distance. Patriot Park is just across the street and so is the main trolley terminal. No stop through Pigeon Forge is complete without a trip to The Old Mill!
Walden’s Landing – Pigeon Forge’s hottest city square is Walden’s Landing, featuring several restaurants (Smoky Mountain Brewery, Five Guys Burgers and Fries, Calhoun’s), many stores selling a wide variety of gifts and foods, the Firehouse Golf Course, The Forge Cinema and much more! Not to mention being within walking distance to the Christmas Village, several hotels and the Pigeon Forge Community Center, do you need another reason to visit?
Flyaway Indoor Skydiving – There’s nothing like this for miles around in the Smokies! In downtown Pigeon Forge, next to Stewart Drugs, is the only place you can go Skydiving without launching out of an airplane. Safe fun and a thrill ride at the same time!
Hollywood Wax Museum – The Wax Museum has grown and the expansion required a move to Pigeon Forge, what was once an awesome attraction inside a block of buildings is now a skyscraper under attack by King Kong aside a new Mt. Rushmore with Charlie Chaplin, John Wayne and more. Come see the greatest Wax Museum this side of Tussauds!
MagiQuest – A fantasy role-playing game has come to life in Pigeon Forge next to Mellow Mushroom on the parkway – an interactive medieval magic fun zone where dragons, pixies, wizards and such, like a video game you can actually travel inside.
Titanic Museum – Who would’ve expected the Titanic would end its legendary journey here in Pigeon Forge? A major surprise hit if there ever was one, the Titanic Museum is not only the coolest museum in the city, it is a center for special events and seasonal activities in town too. See everything they have going on at www.titanicpigeonforge.com
The Island – New to Pigeon Forge is The Island! Ride the huge Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, try out some of the games and shopping. Enjoy Margaritaville, Paula Deen’s Kitchen, and the Timberwood Grill all located at The Island!