Are you looking to experience one of the Pigeon Forge museums during your vacation? There’s no better way to have a little fun with some of Pigeon Forge’s “non-traditional” museum attractions.
When you think of visiting a museum, you probably imagine a building filled with a bunch of possibly-boring facts, history and science. Lucky for you, Pigeon Forge museums are exactly the opposite! Take a look at our favorite museums in Pigeon Forge for your vacation:
1. WonderWorks Museum in Pigeon Forge
WonderWorks is far from your typical museum experience. You walk into an upside down house of interactive fun. This museum has a variety of different zones, so you’ll learn all about science, history and more – all while having fun! Be sure to check out the Bubble Lab and the Physical Challenge Zone where you can even lay on a bed of nails!
2. Hollywood Wax Museum
This is one of the most interesting Pigeon Forge museums because it isn’t really a “museum” much at all. It’s filled with wax celebrity figures in their most popular movie or stage settings. As you walk through the museum, you’ll be able to take pictures with your favorite celebrities like Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and Charlie Chaplin!
3.Titanic Museum Attraction
The Titanic Museum will take you back in time as you step aboard the ship. As you walk through, you’ll find hundreds of artifacts that add up to millions of dollars. The artifacts are original pieces, not replicas, that were found on the ship, in the ocean or with the belongings of passengers. You will learn all about the ship, but you’ll also learn about the individuals who were on the ship as well. At the museum, you’ll even be able to feel a real iceberg just as if you were on board the ship.
4. Elvis & Hollywood Legends Museum
The Elvis Museum has been a popular attraction for over 30 years. You can take an audio tour to experience first hand accounts of Elvis’ life along with details about all of the items you’ll see throughout the museum.The museum holds dozens of exhibits and hundreds of original artifacts from Elvis and legendary musicians.
To learn more about all of the other museums in the area, be sure to check out our Pigeon Forge Museums information page.