Christmas in Pigeon Forge
Get into the spirit of the holiday season in Pigeon Forge.
Pigeon Forge is not only an amazing place to be during the winter holidays, it’s one of the most spectacular places to see. Throughout town, visitors and locals alike delight in the millions of holiday lights that shine bright, creating a dazzling winter wonderland that is like no other. Its a place where toys come to life and holiday music plays all around. Get into the spirit of the holiday season with an abundance of holiday shows and things to do during Christmas in Pigeon Forge.
Note: Hours may vary for area restaurants, shows and attractions during the winter holidays.
Best Things to Do During Christmas in Pigeon Forge
Dollywood’s four million dazzling lights, parade of many colors, award-winning entertainment, and delicious food options make it easy to understand why Dollywood has earned Amusement Today’s Golden Ticket Award for Best Christmas Event nine years in a row. Create memories to share for a lifetime during Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas.
Draped in more than 5-million lights, Pigeon Forge creates a winter wonderland for locals and guests alike to enjoy during the city’s annual Winterfest celebration. The lights of Winterfest shine from November through the end of February and turns the best Pigeon Forge shows and theaters into a special, seasonal experience. Whether it’s your first visit to Pigeon Forge, or you’re 31st, Winterfest is the perfect occasion to share special memories with family and friends.
A true fantasy for children, parents, grandparents and everyone in between, Breakfast or Brunch with Santa is a Christmas event for the ages. This magical adventure only happens at The Old Mill Square in Pigeon Forge. Make a lasting memory for you and your children by enjoying a deliciously fun brunch with jolly old elf himself.
Inside and out, the Titanic Museum Attraction is purely magical during the winter holidays. The sights, sounds, and joy of the season are sure to hasten the arrival of Christmas this year. You’re invited to stop by November through December and take in the holiday spirit at the Christmas and Winter Celebration at the Titanic Museum. Come exchange greetings with the crew and enjoy the glittering lights and festive decorations.
Every year, thousands pour into the Smoky Mountain Convention Center for this one-of-a-kind holiday music festival. Come join in the celebration at the Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival with artists old and new, and more than 20 top Bluegrass bands in the country.
Bring the family to enjoy a one-of-a-kind candy-themed celebration at Crave Golf Club. Play a game of Christmas mini-golf or mini-bowling set admist nearly 100 Christmas trees, 30,000 Christmas lights and 20,000 ornaments. And for the sweetest treat of all, Santa will be coming to Crave Golf Club! Check the schedule for days and times to bring the kids and take pictures with Santa.
Pigeon Forge is jam-packed with unforgettable holiday dinner shows. From being served by hardworking elves, to two-stepping to Christmas tunes, to mind-blowing aerial acts and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, you’ll find holiday fun for the whole family at every turn. Christmas at Dolly Parton’s Stampede, Pigeon Forge Christmas Show at Country Tonite, and Christmas at the Smoky Mountain Opry are just a few of the many ways to fill your family stocking with holiday magic.