PIGEON FORGE / SEVIERVILLE AREA ATTRACTIONS
Enjoy a four-course meal while watching a rodeo, of sorts, Southern
style, complete with belles and heroes. (1-800-356-1676)
Dolly Parton's theme park featuring 40 live performances every day,
31 rides and attractions, and more. (865-428-9488)
|The Miracle Theater
An awe-inspiring epic musical about the life of Christ featuring an enormous cast, along with live animals.
Majestic kings ride camels through the crowd. Roman centurions on horseback maintain order. The sights, sounds,
celebration, and drama of 2,000 years ago are masterfully recreated in remarkable detail.
Ancient mysteries, Indian legends and natural wonders, with special
lighting and sound presentations. Always 58 degrees. Open daily.
|scenic helicopter tours
Just minutes from Pigeon forge. They offer aerial photography and sightseeing tours.
All pilots and aircraft are FAA certified. Flights from $10 per person and up. Look for the yellow and black helicopters.
The best way to see the Smokies.
features Grand Ole Opry stars Jim Ed Brown, Johnny Russell and The
Whitewater rafting on the Upper Pigeon River features exciting Class
III-IV rapids perfect for adventurous families. Lower Pigeon rafting
makes a great family float trip. Splash through wave chains and
roller-coaster rapids in a professionally guided self-bailing raft.
This mellow trip features a combination of guided and unguided rafts
and ducks. You'll relax as you flow down the calm ripples of the
Lower Pigeon on this perfect whitewater primer. (800-232-7238)
Watch pottery being made by master craftspeople; all pottery made
from local clay and glazes made from minerals in Smokies; items
available for sale have Pigeon Forge Potter's mark (865-453-3883)
Located in the scenic splendor of the Smoky Mountains! Waterfalls,
winding streams and white water adventures for the whole family!
Enjoy loads of rides - from wild to mild!
Creek Riding Stables
2709 Walden's Creek Rd., Pigeon Forge - (865) 429-0411
GATLINBURG AREA ATTRACTIONS
School and Shop
The school dates back to 1912, when the Pi Beta Phis, the national's
oldest college women's fraternity, opened a school for isolated
mountain children to supplement their three-month public education.
In 1915 it began to revive the mountain crafts of basket making
and weaving. The shop became the outlet for the sale of the crafts,
and it remains so today. Handmade items such as woven place mats
and baskets and even clothes can be found here.
Presenting highlights from the life of Christ, Christus Gardens
is a family-oriented attraction that has been enjoyed by more than
three generations. Open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Discover a mountain of fun at Gatlinburg's new multimillion-dollar
family entertainment complex.
A musical drama about the life of Christ. Call for reservations
and times. (865-430-3777)
Smoky Arts & Crafts Community
more than 70 artists' studios, shops and homes on an 8.5-mile loop,
located 3 1/2 miles east of downtown on Highway 321 North (865-436-9214
World Records Museum
Featuring all new exhibits from the Guinness Book of World Records.
Grey Art Gallery
The McCarter family has been privileged to serve as the Smoky Mountain
Area's premier riding stable for 3 generations. Our horses are the
best trained and our people are the most experienced in the riding
Gatlinburg Ski Resort and Amusement Park
Getting there is half the fun. America's largest aerial tramway
travels from downtown Gatlinburg slightly over two miles to Ober
Gatlinburg Ski Resort and Amusement Park.
Aquarium of the Smokies
Believe It or Not Museum
in the midst of downtown, from your motel balcony or on the river's
edge. Tourists can fish April through November every day except
Thursday, when the river is restocked.
Largest Aerial Tramway
between downtown and Ober Gatlinburg atop Mt. Harrison. It's known
as the South's finest ski resort, with eight slopes, a half-mile
Alpine slide, indoor ice arena complex and the longest sightseeing
chairlift in the South.
Gardens Wedding Chapel, Little
Log Wedding Chapel and many more.
including the Scottish Highland Games in May, the spring Wildflower
Pilgrimage, arts and crafts shows, and one of the state's only nighttime
Christmas parades, with lighted floats.