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Recommended Attractions on the Parkway – Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud

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The Hatfields and the McCoys are the best known feudin’ families in the United States, and nearly just as famous here in the South is this comic adaptation of their saga in just off the parkway in Pigeon Forge! This is a dinner and show attraction, which means that you’ll get quite a screwball hillbilly […]

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Recommended Attraction on the Parkway – Dolly Parton’s Stampede!

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The first and best known dinner-and-show attraction in East Tennessee, or maybe Tennessee in its entirety, is Dolly Parton’s Stampede! Formerly known as Dixie Stampede, this attraction is owned and operated by the same folks who handle many of Dolly Parton’s attractions in Pigeon Forge such as Smoky Mountain Adventure, Dollywood and Dolly’s Splash Country. […]

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Recommended Attractions on the Parkway – Country Tonite Theater

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Pigeon Forge’s most prominent music-focused theater in the region, Country Tonite is THE place fans who wanted to see the best in Smoky Mountain Country music talent perform the best in Smoky Mountain Country music. They are located in a huge, 1,500 capacity, multi-million dollar theater and are particularly known for their “Celebrity Concert” series […]

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Recommended Attractions on the Parkway – The Comedy Barn

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Pretty much the gold standard in family theater entertainment in Sevier County, the Comedy Barn is every bit as iconic for its longevity and wide appeal to thousands, thousands and thousands of Smoky Mountain visitors for over 20 years. You get the full experience here – music, jokes, trained animal tricks by well-trained and taken […]

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Recommended Attractions on the Parkway – Smoky Mountain Opry

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The Smoky Mountain Opry theater in Pigeon Forge is one of the biggest, most dynamic theater venues in the Smokies, and that really says something! Their theater is located in the same district as the Titanic Museum and Hard Rock Cafe and their opulant outside decorations are a sure sign you’ve found the Smoky Mountain […]

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