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Your Guide to Pigeon Forge Axe House & Sevierville Axe House

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Axe throwing is a one-of-a-kind adventure for both visitors and locals to enjoy in the Pigeon Forge area! Pigeon Forge Axe House opened in the heart of Pigeon Forge and brings one of the fastest-growing sports to Sevier County. Sevierville Axe House opened in October, offering people the choice of two amazing locations. We’ve gathered all the details about Pigeon Forge Axe House and Sevierville Axe House and what you can expect when you visit.

About Pigeon Forge Axe House

inside of an axe throwing houseAxe houses are becoming more popular throughout the country, and now Smoky Mountain visitors can visit one in Pigeon Forge! The Pigeon Forge Axe House is a place where people can enjoy competitive axe throwing, food, drinks and a good time. It’s a family-friendly and thrilling experience in the Smoky Mountains. Whether you’re a professional axe-thrower or want to try it for the first time, there are coaches there who guarantee you have a fun and safe time. All the coaches at Pigeon Forge Axe House not only love the sport, but are great teachers! They’ll have you feeling like a pro in no time.

Where is It Located?

Pigeon Forge Axe House is nestled in the heart of Pigeon Forge. It’s located at 2850 Parkway, Suite #13, Pigeon Forge, TN.

About Sevierville Axe House

The owners of Pigeon Forge Axe House didn’t just stop after one axe throwing attraction! In October of 2020, Sevierville Axe House opened. Sevierville Axe House is another place for people to learn how to throw axes like a pro from the axe coaches. Just like the Pigeon Forge Axe House, this attraction offers food, drinks and axe throwing! You can visit either of the two locations for an exciting experience learning how to throw axes safely.

Where is Sevierville Axe House Located?

Sevierville Axe House is located at 1436 Winfield Dunn Parkway on Hwy 66. It’s in the plaza next to the antique mall and across the street from Taco Bell.

Other Unique Attractions in Pigeon Forge

The Axe Houses bring a one-of-a-kind adventure to Pigeon Forge, but it’s definitely not the first unique attraction to open here! Check out these other unique attractions in Pigeon Forge:

Axe Throwing at Lumberjack Feud

lumberjack feud signWhen you visit the Adventure Park at Lumberjack Feud, you can try your hand at axe throwing! This activity was just recently added to the lineup of exciting things to do at the Adventure Park. Other things you can enjoy at the Adventure Park are a zipline roller coaster, a lumberjack-themed ropes course, 80-foot free-fall jumps, a log roll, a boom run and a speed climb!

Goats on the Roof

Goats on the Roof is one of the most popular unusual attractions in Pigeon Forge. It doesn’t get much more unique than having live goats on the roof! This attraction is full of fun, from a mountain coaster, to gem mining, to a gift shop, to an ice cream shop. The star of the attraction, however, is the “goat-cycle,” which allows visitors to transport goat feed up to the roof and watch as the goats chow down!

Alcatraz East Crime Museum

Alcatraz East Crime Museum in Pigeon ForgeDo you love reading about popular crimes and the history of crime in America? Then step inside Alcatraz East Crime Museum. This 25,000-square-foot museum is filled with 5 unique galleries and over 200 interactives. Read about some of the most notorious criminals in America, learn how to solve crime using forensic science, and see what it’s like to be trapped in a prison cell! One of the most famous exhibits at the museum is the Getaway Cars Exhibit, which includes Ted Bundy’s Volkswagen Beetle and the Bronco from the O.J. Simpson chase.

Outdoor Gravity Park

At Outdoor Gravity Park, you get to race down hills in giant, plastic balls! This activity is called zorbing, which includes an 11-foot inflatable ball, a 1,000-foot hill and 10 gallons of water. The attraction uses 90-degree warm water in the winter and cold water in the summer for a one-of-a-kind, slip-and-slide experience. If you want to roll down the hill without water, dry zorbing is available November to March.

More Attractions in Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge Parkway with Titanic Museum signWhile you’re here visiting this new attraction in Pigeon Forge, take time to enjoy everything else the area has to offer, whether it’s one of the unique attractions mentioned above or another activity! Take a look at all the fun things to do in Pigeon Forge for help deciding what to do on your vacation.