Posts Tagged ‘ Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies ’

5 Things To Do This July 4th

July Midnight Parade Date: July 3rd- 4th, 2019 Location: Downtown Gatlinburg Cost: FREE For the past 44 years, Gatlinburg has gone all out to celebrate Independence Day. To kick off the holiday they begin at 12:01 am on July 4th with The Gatlinburg Fourth of July Midnight Parade. This parade stretches more than a mile

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8 Things To Do On A Hot Day

Summertime in East Tennessee is nothing short of hot and sunny! We’re not complaining but sometimes it’s good to have plans for when the day is just too hot to be walking around. We’ve put together a list of awesome indoor and outdoor activities to get through even the hottest days of summer in Pigeon

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Top 6 Places to See Animals in The Smokies!

When heading to the Smoky Mountains for a vacation or weekend getaway you’re sure to have a bucket list full of activities, restaurants, and more! Towards the top of your list most likely has something to do with exploring the National Park, seeing lots of wildlife, and nature trails. Did you know, it’s so easy

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Explore The NEW “Savage Seas” Exhibit at Ripley’s!

The NEWEST Ripley’s Exhibit is officially open! Explore all the discoveries, tales, and ruins of what lies beneath the ocean surface. Learn all about pirate life and discover the weapons used for daily survival! With many games available, you can live like a pirate experience their choice of entertainment. Be prepared to weather the storm inside

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Spring Break in The Smokies 2019

It’s officially Spring Break and Pigeon Forge welcomes you! You’ve been planning your trip for months and counting down the days to move south and experience all the fun! The Smokies are packed with award winning attractions, restaurants, and hotels that are perfect for your family and friends. Whether you’re wanting to explore the outdoors

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7 Best Museums in The Smokies

1. Ripley’s Aquarium of The Smokies Spend your day exploring the oceans of the world! You and your family can see creatures of the deep up close and personal as you explore the aquarium. Exhibits cover all types of amazing sea creatures in the Tropical Rainforest, the Ocean Realm, the Coral Reef, and the Gallery

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Ripley’s Aquarium Will Serve As Home Base For New NBC Show!

  Every week, an episode will originate from the home bases of Ripley’s Aquariums’ three locations in Gatlinburg, TN, Myrtle Beach, SC, and Toronto, Canada. The show will also bring audiences face to face with fascinating native animals. Some cute and some dangerous! The show will educate teen viewers and their families with amazing facts

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Fall in Love in Pigeon Forge This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a day full of love, oh yeah, and chocolate too! As you’re thinking of the perfect gift for the one you love, why not give them memories of a day spent in the Smokies? Whether you live within a days drive or need a cozy and romantic place to stay, there are

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10 Spots To See Santa This Season in Pigeon Forge

The Island Travel to The Island to see Santa in Pigeon Forge! Enjoy a photo anytime from December 16th- 23rd from 3pm to 9 pm. You can find him in the breezeway behind the beautiful fountains!  Visit The Island website    Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies Thanks to a special arrangement with the North Pole,

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10 Things To Do This Winter In Pigeon Forge 2018

  29th 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 begin November 6th and run through the month of February. This winter spectacular has become one the most anticipated events of each year! To

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8 Halloween Events in Pigeon Forge 2018

The holidays are approaching and we begin this season with Halloween! You may be surprised to know that there’s some great things to do for Halloween in Sevierville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. Sure, you can take the kids from house to house in the neighborhood, but imagine spending the holiday in The Great Smoky Mountains!

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