Posts Tagged ‘ attractions in Pigeon Forge ’

How Huck Finn’s Catfish Donates Thousands to the USO

Huck Finn’s Catfish has been a staple of Pigeon Forge for more than 20 years. You can’t drive down the parkway and miss their iconic catfish statue outside, and you can’t say you’ve truly experienced Pigeon Forge without trying some of their delectable catfish. The restaurant is well known for its commitment to our service

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Fall Foliage in Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge truly is a remarkable place. Sitting on the outskirts of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park has given the area an incredible backdrop. During fall, that backdrop changes to stunning colors of red, yellow, orange and brown. The changing of the leaves is one of nature’s largest events in the area and draws

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Fall in Love!

If you are falling in love or already in love for a day or many years, Pigeon Forge is the perfect place to ignite a spark or keep the fire of love glowing. Any day is the right day to bring your Valentine to the Smokies where you can fall in love or fall in

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Great News in the Great Smokies! We’re Open!

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park will open at midnight Wednesday, Oct. 16 and will remain open until 11:59 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20, unless the government shutdown is not ended during that time. According to a recent report on WATE-TV, an agreement was reached today between Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam and North Carolina Governor Pat

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Poynor’s Pommes Frites at The Island

If you are looking for an unique food to try while in Pigeon Forge then head over to Poynor’s Pommes Frites at The Island. So what makes Poynor’s Pommes Frites unique? They are remembering the streets of Germany with authentic German foods. Some of their specialties include Pommes Frites, Belgium fries and homemade dipping sauces. They

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Experiencing The Island

The Island had its VIP opening last Thursday and opened to the public Friday. The main attraction is the wheel.  The wheel stands at 200 feet high and provides amazing views of the area for both new and returning visitors. I had the opportunity to ride the wheel on VIP day and it was an

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The Island

The Island, which is located in the heart of Pigeon Forge, will be open to the public Friday, June 21st. The Island will feature retail stores, restaurants and a 200 foot observations wheel. The 22 – acre development will open Phase 1 Friday and will feature businesses such Auntie Anne’s, Cinnabon, Timberwood Grill, Mellow Mushroom

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Old Mill Historical Marker

The City of Pigeon Forge recently unveiled a historical marker adjacent to the Old Mill commemorating the site of the Pigeon Forge Iron Works location. The marker will provide visitors to the area a brief history of how the city got its name, pictures of the flood and an interpretation on the original iron work.

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Titanic Treasure

The Pigeon Forge Titanic Museum unveiled the iconic ” Titanic violin” May 22nd to the media and public.  The violin, which had been lost since the sinking April 15, 1912 was found in 2006 by its current British owners. It took Alan Alridge & Sons, a research company who studies rare memorabilia, 7 years of

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