Shows & Entertainment
No visit to Pigeon Forge is complete without a stop at Dollywood. Year after year, Dollywood's Christmas event receives many awards for best in America. Including shows, rides, food, and a great family atmosphere, Dollywood's Smoky Mountain…
No trip to the Volunteer State is complete without a visit to Pigeon Forge. This town, nestled in East Tennessee, just on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains, has something for every budget, personality, and schedule.
If you thought Celebration! Dinner Show was a good time, just wait until you see it decked out in Christmas spirit. That’s right, this high-energy, high-flying, and colorful in all ways dinner show puts on a special Christmas performance…
November brings the beautiful holiday season to Pigeon Forge as lights, décor and celebrations begin to fill the city. Check out these fun holiday things to do in Pigeon Forge in November.
Old Mill Square is one of the most historic areas in Pigeon Forge. You will discover this timeless treasure and other traditions reminiscent of mountain life. Explore all the great places to eat and shop at Old Mill Square.
Dolly Parton is an iconic part of Pigeon Forge and you will quickly see why with all of her entertainment, dining and lodging options. Make plans now to experience these fun things to do at Dollywood on your next visit to Pigeon Forge!
Looking for a reason to visit Pigeon Forge in August? Here are 5 reasons you should pack your bags and head here NOW!
As always, the month of August is filled with fun events and activities that are sure to make this summer an unforgettable one. Here is a list of things to do in Pigeon Forge in August that you will want to check out.
The Old Mill Square is an iconic area within the city of Pigeon Forge. It is a beautiful spot for taking pictures and a great place to just stroll around for the day. You will find food, shopping, art, and more in this quaint part of town…
It's never too soon to start planning your next Pigeon Forge vacation. Make it an unforgettable one by checking out a show you haven't seen, eating at a new restaurant or finding a new hiking spot in the Smokies.