Posts Tagged ‘ Titanic ’

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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10 Things To Do on a Rainy Day in Pigeon Forge

1. Trampoline Parks TopJump Trampoline & Extreme Arena  TopJump is one of the hottest attractions in the Pigeon Forge area. It features the new Fire & Ice Ninja Course, trampolines, fun obstacles, 20 climbing lines, The Tower, an arcade, and even a Sugar Rush Candy store. The entire family can have a blast at this

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15 Awesome Winter Things To Do in Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg

1. Experience the Winterfest Lights Every winter, the Sevier County becomes a winter wonderland with more than 5 million lights brightening the night. Now in its 27th year, Winterfest has become one of the most anticipated celebrations in the Smokies. Wherever you drive in the county, you’re sure to see lots of awesome light arrangements.

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7 Best Family-Friendly Museums in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg

When you think of museums, you probably bring up an image of a marble building with dusty, boring exhibits. The many museums you find in Pigeon Forge turn that concept on its head. They offer interactive exhibits, one-of-a-kind objects, and a fun atmosphere. With so many to choose from, you could take a day trip

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Top 4 Things To Do Indoors in the Pigeon Forge Area

Top 4 Things To Do Indoors in the Pigeon Forge Area The weather doesn’t always cooperate when you’re looking for something to do. In East Tennessee, the weather is very unpredictable and can change in a matter of minutes. Why not be prepared to head indoors and have just as much (if not more) fun

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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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An Attraction to Remember

It’s been 100 years since the HMS Titanic struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic, claiming the lives of more than a 1,000 passengers. The story of the ship, as well as its passengers and crew, is told at one of Pigeon Forges most distinctive sites, the Titanic Museum Attraction. Titanic Pigeon Forge,

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