Archive for the ‘ Gatlinburg Attractions ’ Category

Shows Open During Winter Months in Pigeon Forge

  The Comedy Barn The Comedy Barn will resume regular season shows beginning January 1st, 2020. This is the most successful and most attended Clean Comedy Theater in the World – twenty-four years and counting! Get your entire family ready to laugh with fun barnyard animals, magicians, jugglers, ventriloquists, comedians, live country and gospel music! It’s

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Cades Cove Closed January & February

The Smokies most visited area for wildlife viewing, scenic scares, and motor nature trails will be closed for 2 months in 2020. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park will shut down main access roads to Cades Cove and Cataloochee beginning January 3rd. Cades Cove  Laurel Creek Road, the access road to Cades Cove, will close to

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8 Ways To Spend New Year’s Eve in The Smokies

  Bootlegger’s Ball  Ring in the NEW Roaring 20’s! Junction 35 Spirits will host the ultimate News Year’s celebration with a LIVE 17 piece swing band, casino, and dancing all night long! Additionally, you can enjoy heavy Hor d’oeuvres and a cigar bar. Tickets for the event are on sale HERE. This event will benefit

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12 Things To Do This Winter In The Smokies

  30th Annual Winterfest Experience the winter wonderland of lights this holiday season! With more than 5 million lights, Pigeon Forge will be covered with whimsical scenes and decorations. Winterfest will run through the 17th of February. This winter spectacular has become one the most anticipated events of each year! To make your experience even

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Enchanted Winter Celebration at Anakeesta

Anakeesta is the perfect mountain escape during the winter season. From the shops, delicious food options, and those peaceful rocking chairs, the mountains have never looked better! your family can enjoy the stunning views, decorations, even an appearance from Santa himself! Visit Anakeesta from November 19th through February 17th for their Enchanted Winter Celebration.  

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Places to See Santa in The Smokies!

The Island Travel to The Island to see Santa in Pigeon Forge! You can find him in his workshop in the breezeway behind the beautiful fountains! Photo opportunities will also be November 30th, December 7th, 14th, 20th, and 21st. Be sure to visit any of these days between 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm. Don’t forget

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Sevier County Celebrates 30 Years of Winterfest

Sevier County celebrates 30 years of winter family fun! Winterfest is a celebration of light displays, shopping, live shows, attractions, and winter adventures in the Great Smoky Mountains! The lights will be officially turned on November 15th and last through February 17th, 2020! Winterfest is a beloved event that happens every year. Be sure to

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Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas 2019

Holiday cheer is coming to Pigeon Forge and it’s time to celebrate at Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Festival! With the brightest lights and newest additions to the park along with your favorites, your family will enjoy all the fun this festival has to offer. Watch as Dollywood transforms into a winter wonderland and enjoy all your

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7 Things To Do This November

As the holidays begin, tourists will make their way to The Great Smoky Mountains looking for events, things to do, and more. Visitors love the fall colors, shopping, and fun events that take place in Pigeon Forge. We’ve compiled a list of events and things to do all November long for you and your family!

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Autumn Fun at Anakeesta

Anakeesta’s NEW Legend of Hallow Mountain and family-friendly nighttime hours are drawing crowds to the Smoky Mountain experience this Fall. Now, Gatlinburg’s only outdoor Halloween haunt is expanding its October hours!  More guests can shop, dine with scenic views and colorful sunsets, plus enjoy the Halloween fun! For all ages throughout the day, Autumn at

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