Short distance to Dollywood and Splash Mountain. Dixie Stampede, Wonder Works, Outlets Shopping, Golfing, Fishing, River Tubing, Cades Cove, Gatlinburg, Ripley's Aquarium, Smoky Mtn National Park, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Hiking, Biking, Fine Dining, Family Dining, Dinner Shows, Pigeon Forge Attractions and Amusements.
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Hollywood Wax Museum - Pigeon Forge
The new Hollywood Wax Museum has become an instant landmark in the Smoky Mountain community of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. High on the hill at the corner of Parkway Boulevard and Showplace Boulevard in Pigeon Forge, Hollywood Wax Museum is the only wax museum in the country devoted entirely to celebrity figures. The two-story Museum brings Pigeon Forge tourists and locals into the world of Hollywood Stars and allows visitors to get close to some of the most famous people in show business, recreated so faithfully that you'd swear they are alive. Hollywood Wax Museum houses tons of uncanny replicas, lending themselves to fun photo opportunities for guests. If you're waxing for fun things to do in Pigeon Forge TN, the country's largest Hollywood Wax Museum is a must-see.
The Titanic Museum Attraction is a museum located on the parkway in Pigeon Forge, TN. It is one of twoTitanic-themed museums owned by John Joslyn (who headed a 1987 expedition to Titanic's final resting place); the other is located in The museum holds 400 pre-discovery artifacts in 20 galleries.
Guests step through the artificial iceberg into the museum, and receive a passenger boarding ticket, featuring the name of an actual Titanic passenger and the class on which the passenger traveled. During the tour, guests learn the individual stories of several passengers. At the end of the tour, guest are told whether their ticket holder survived.
Like the museum of Pigeon Forge, the museum's main exterior visual feature is the partial mockup of the original ocean liner. The construction consists of the front half of the ship, including its first two funnels.
Soaky Mountain Waterpark
Soaky Mountain Waterpark is a NEW 50-acre waterpark located in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. Highlights include the Avalaunch, a first-of-its kind watercoaster; Soaky Surge, a 35,000 sq. ft. wave pool; Black Bear Rapids, an adventure river; and a lot more!
The Sky Bridge in Gatlinburg
The Most Spectacular Experience In The Smokies.
Located at the top of the SkyLift, the Gatlinburg SkyBridge is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America and the most spectacular experience in the Smokies.
From the mountain-top SkyDeck, the SkyBridge quite literally crosses the sky as it stretches 680 feet across a deep valley in a single span. Guests can walk across at their own pace, taking in the panoramic views and enjoying the spectacular setting before walking back when they're ready. With a height of 140 feet at its midpoint, the SkyBridge is an incredible but easily attainable experience you'll remember for a lifetime - especially as you cross the glass-floor panels in the middle of the span.
You can find other bridges and spans, but there's only one Gatlinburg SkyBridge and it will be the one photo you'll want to share with family and friends after your trip.
The last ticket sold at the window is 10pm and the SkyBridge closes at 10:30pm.
The Island in Pigeon Forge
The Island in Pigeon Forge is your one stop in Pigeon Forge for affordable family fun all night and day! Explore the terrific new shopping and entertainment complex with more than sixty retail and specialty shops to choose from, a number of popular restaurants and eateries, rides and games, dancing fountains, live music, attractions and much more.
Why Dollywood's Splash Country?
A relaxing refuge during the hot Tennessee summers, Dollywood's Splash Country Water Park has provided families with a fun place to cool down for more than 15 years. Featuring 35 acres of thrilling attractions, dining options, canopies and retreats, and beautiful scenery, our award-winning water park has something for everyone.
Cades Cove is an isolated valley located in the Tennessee section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. The valley was home to numerous settlers before the formation of the national park. Today Cades Cove, the single most popular destination for visitors to the park, attracts more than two million visitors a year because of its well preserved homesteads, scenic mountain views, and abundant display of wildlife. The Cades Cove Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.