Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is full of fun things to do for all ages, the options of things to do are endless. No matter what time of year it is, Pigeon Forge is bursting at the seams with activities for the whole family.
Top 10 Things To Do In Pigeon Forge Tennessee
Between the historic locations and many family-friendly attractions, there are countless ways to plan your next trip. With the Smoky Mountains as your perfect backdrop check out my list of Top 10 Things To Do In Pigeon Forge Tennessee.
- Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show
- The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel
- Stay In A Cabin In The Smoky Mountains
- Outdoor Gravity Park
- Pirates Voyage Dinner and Show
- Tour The Historic Old Mill
Dolly Parton’s Dollywood features rip-roaring rides, delectable fare, stellar entertainment and all surrounded by breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains.
From live artists performing country, southern gospel, classic rock ‘n’ roll and Appalachian music, to master craftsmen showcasing glass blowing and blacksmithing.
Dollywood is brimming with the rich heritage and artistry of the Smokies. Did I mention all of the large family-style southern comfort food you can get here? Learn more about Dollywood here.
With over 400 real TITANIC artifacts, valued at over four-million dollars, our Permanent, Interactive TITANIC experience goes beyond the obvious!
Explore twenty dramatically lit galleries, touch a growing iceberg, experience 28-degree water, sit in an actual size lifeboat and see the only actual TITANIC photos that exist on display. Learn more about The Titanic Museum here.
Enter the MagiQuest kingdom, cast your magic wand, and embark on exciting adventures. Here, you can search for treasure, do battle with fire-breathing dragons, and challenge evil goblins.
And discover secret passages and hidden corridors along the way. Also make sure you check out their 18 holes of SpecialFX Pirate Golf, travel through Odyssey the world’s largest mirror maze, or race through the Vault laser challenge. Learn more about Magiquest here.
Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show
The silliest most entertaining dinner show you will ever see in your life. This family feud is full of good eats and tons of entertainment. Come for the food, stay for the show.
They offer grandma’s cooking with unlimited refills of all your favorites. To find out how all of this comes together in their Family Feud show read my full review of the Hatfields & McCoys Family Feud Dinner Show.
Wonderworks, this interactive indoor theme park was hours of fun. They offer indoor attractions, a galactic rope course, mind-bending activities, a bubble room and so much more!
The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel
The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel sits at the center of The Island in Pigeon Forge, a new shopping, dining and entertainment destination at the heart of the city.
Rise 200 feet above the city for the best view of the mountains in one of the VIP wheels that is a climate-controlled, enclosed gondola on The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel!
Don’t forget to stick around after dark and catch the wheel as it lights up for a spectacular LED light show! Learn more about The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel here.
Stay In A Cabin In The Smoky Mountains
It’s perfect the perfect getaway for large families and offers that smoky mountain experience kids look forward to. Located outside of all the noise you will find a family-friendly cabin with plenty of space and amenities that will make you feel at home.
With cabins of all sizes offered in this area, there is always the perfect cabin available for your family. Learn more about the available Cabins in the Smoky Mountains on their website.
Outdoor Gravity Park
Grab your swimsuit and head over to the Outdoor Gravity Park, it’s a great way to cool off during those hot and sunny days. The Outdoor Gravity Park is home to the iconic New Zealand adventures, OGO, and Fishpipe extreme rides.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to go Zorbing where you slip, slide, and get wet (without tumbling). Don’t forget your GoPro to capture some insanely fun videos as you go zooming down the courses.
Pirates Voyage Dinner and Show
Pirates Voyage Dinner and Show invite you to join the most famous pirate, Blackbeard, and his quartermaster, Calico Jack as they lead the Crimson and Sapphire crews. In a battle on land, on deck, in water, and high above full-sized pirate ships in a 15-foot indoor hideaway lagoon!
As the action begins, the delicious four-course pirate feast is served to start with the Buccaneer Biscuit and Voyager Creamy Vegetable Soup. The Cracklin’ Pan-Fried Chicken, Bone-in Pork Chop, Matey’s Mac ‘n’ Cheese, and Jolly Roger Sweet Potato Souffle are sure to please.
Even the pickiest of pirates and are followed by the Walk the Plank Peach Turnover with unlimited Coca-Cola, Tea, or Coffee. Learn More about the Pirates Voyage Dinner and Show here.
Historic Old Mill
Tour the Historic Old Mill in Pigeon Forge, TN. Built-in 1830, The Old Mill of Pigeon Forge still operates to this day! See how farmers once employed the greatest in 19th-century hydropower technology to grind flour and meal. Plus, learn how pottery and candy were once made by hand.
Once you are done touring the Historic Old Mill, take a break at one of their many delectable restaurants in the area. The Old Mill Pottery House & Cafe serves from-scratch dishes on in house-made pottery. It’s that southern home-style cooking that makes this place such a unique location to visit.
So what are you waiting for? The fun awaits you! Start planning your spring break family vacation in Pigeon Forge Tennessee today.