Fun and Entertaining Places in Pigeon Forge

The city of Pigeon Forge will not disappoint you when it comes to entertainment. Be it the vibrant shopping streets, bustling nightlife, or creative theaters, you will find different fun and entertainment options in Pigeon Forge. Here is the extensive list of all the entertainment places in Pigeon Forge that are bound to make your vacation a memorable one. With so many options to choose from, you will never have to worry about what to do in Pigeon Forge anymore.

Let's explore the best places for fun and entertainment in Pigeon Forge:

  1. Dollywood

    Tags: Amusement Park, Theme Park, Water Park, Observatory

    ‘Jolene, Jolene, Jolene, Jolene. I'm begging of you please don't take my man.’ This song sung by country music queen Dolly Parton was a worldwide sensation in 1973. Born on January 19, 1946 in Tennessee, Dolly Parton was dedicated to establish her career which would lead into stardom. By 1999 she was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. She became a cultural icon whose attr...Read more
  2. Dixie Stampede Dinner And Show

    Tags: Observatory, Entertainment, Theatre, Dinner Show

    Settle in your seat and watch the entertainment. Succulent four-course feast is served to you to satisfy your taste for delicious home-cooking, and country cravings. The menu consists Dixie Stampede's Original Creamy Vegetable Soup and cheddar biscuit, tender whole rotisserie chicken, delicious hickory smoked barbeque pork loin, and hot buttered corn on the cob, tasty herb-basted potato a speci...Read more
  3. Hatfield And Mccoy Dinner Show

    Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Entertainment, Performance

    The Hatfield & the McCoy are feuding families. Each family felt insulted or wronged by the other. They knew that they are both Hill Billie.  This term was used to describe a free and untrammelled white citizen of Alabama, who lived in the hills and had no proper speech, unkempt dressing, high on alcohol if he could procure some and fired off his revolver as the fancy took him. The Hill...Read more
  4. Smoky Mountain Opry

    Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Stage Show, Theatre

    All the sparkling descriptive words to describe a truly delightful Broadway show can be bestowed to the Smoky Mountain Opry. To understand the impact, encouragement, and commitment to the craft of showmanship, you have to experience this ultimate musical variety show. Witness the most artistic cast of singers, dancers, comedians, aerialists, and musicians in the Smoky Mountain Opry. Every act i...Read more
  5. Lumberjack Adventure Park

    Tags: Food And Drinks, Entertainment, Performance, Theatre

    The term "lumberjack" is apparently of Canadian derivation. Lumberjacks are workers in the logging industry, performing the initial harvesting and transport of trees for ultimate processing into forest products. The term usually refers to a bygone era, before 1945 in the United States, when hand tools were used in harvesting trees. Because of its historical ties, the term lumberjack has become ...Read more
  6. Terry Evanswood Presents The Wonders Of Magic

    Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Stage Show, Theatre

    Who is a magician? Is he a conjurer, an illusionist, a medium, a psychic, a seer or a mind reader?  He is a person who has magic powers in stories, or who performs tricks for entertainment. Magicians explore the most intriguing magic words and phrases from around the world.  Magic have stood the test of time, passed on from master to apprentice, generation through generation, to find ...Read more
  7. Soul Of Motown The Early Years

    Tags: Observatory, Entertainment, Performance, Concert

    The Drifters, The Platters, Sam Cooke, Smokey Robinson, Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, The Temptations, The Impressions, The O'Jays, and Earth Wind & Fire. Take a walk down memory lane to a time when you could sing all the words to the songs and feel good about it. At the Soul of Motown, the Grand Majestic Band delivers a supreme tribute to some of the greatest vocal ...Read more
  8. Mel's Diner Incorporated

    Tags: Hotel, Outdoors, Observatory, Food And Drinks

    The Original Mels has been serving up fun and great food since 1947. It is from a bye gone era that offers a humble and friendly atmosphere with delectable food for the whole family. It started with Mel Weiss and Harold Dobbs who used to entice guests with radio personality Wolfman Jack. The legendary restaurant was soon put up for sale but George Lucas filmed his classic film ‘American G...Read more
  9. Christmas Place

    Tags: Landmark, Observatory, Entertainment

    The smell of cinnamon spice and mulled cider wafts through the air on Christmas Eve. Twinkling Christmas lights atop the tower and all over the building scanning the sky for Santa and his sleigh. Carol singers stand under the tree singing hymns in unison. Snow layers the pine trees, and as it falls you touch it, cold on your fingers and tingle your face. The magic of Christmas, year after year ...Read more
  10. Tomb Egyptian Adventure

    Tags: Outdoors, Landmark, Observatory, Educational Site

    The curse of the Pharaoh is cast upon any person who disturbs the mummy. The mummy does not differentiate between thieves or archaeologists, and its curse will cause bad luck, illness or death. The Egyptians observed a complex series of rituals when burying dead pharaohs, designed to aid the dead king’s transition into the afterlife. Mummification and burial were deeply significant for th...Read more
  11. Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Dinner Show

    Tags: Hotel, Outdoors, Food And Drinks, Restaurant

    If you are a fan of Whodunits head over to the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Dinner Show. For six years this theatre has been spinning yarns where a cast member is murdered and it’s up to you to solve the crime. You stand to win a prize if you deduce the killer. There are three exhilarating shows along with a four course meal. The theatre deals with three different shows: Whodunit L...Read more
  12. Mountain Valley Winery

    Tags: Hotel, Outdoors, Observatory, Food And Drinks

    With wine, you can tell quite a bit about it by looking at it. You should always start by pouring the wine into a clear glass, then taking a few minutes to look at the colour. As far as the colour goes, white wines aren't white, but actually yellow, green, or brown. Red wines on the other hand are normally a pale red or dark brown colour. Red wine gets better with age, while white wines get sta...Read more
  13. Dollywood's Splash Country Water Adventure Park Image
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    Tags: Outdoors, Water Park, Observatory, Entertainment

    Feel the rush of adrenaline as you zoom down an exhilarating water ride called the Cascades. This massive lagoon type pool has 25 interactive features promising endless splashes of fun. The geyser in the middle sprays water 20 feet high. There are 4 Grotto slides, contoured seating areas, and plenty of space to chill out. Children can explore and find mist, and bubbles that lie in secret coves....Read more
  14. Cakes By Bakin' Bishop

    Tags: Hotel, Outdoors, Observatory, Food And Drinks

    The history of bread and cake starts with Neolithic cooks and marches through time. However the first mention of cupcakes can be traced back to 1796 when a recipe for a cake to be baked in small cups was written in American Cookery by Amelia Simmons. Pies came to America with the first English settlers who cooked their pies in narrow pans and called them coffins. The filling was eaten and not t...Read more
  15. Three Bears General Store

    Tags: Off Beaten Path, Play, Specialty Shop

    The story of the teddy bear is known to every American school child. President Theodore Roosevelt was hunting bear but he could not find any. His guide caught him a little cub and tied it to a tree. Disgusted, Roosevelt refused to shoot the animal, fortifying his reputation as a man of mercy and principle. Political cartoons featured the President and his bear, and toymakers exploited, making s...Read more