You probably think dinner shows are pretty easy to do. The audience sits at their table while actors on stage go through their rehearsed lines. Everyone applauds and enjoys their meal. Well, in Pigeon Forge, there’s a place where dinner and a show aren’t like that at all. Some of the participants weigh more than 1,000 pounds and have actors hanging off of them or doing flips on their backs, have to run at full speed only to stop within feet of a wall and do all this while the audience cheers them on.
You’re probably familiar with Dollywood, the signature attraction in Sevier County that’s not a national park. And you know it has a little of everything for the family. Some of the most popular rides they offer are their rollercoasters. And they’ve got a real doozie debuting this spring – the Wild Eagle.
For a lot of travelers, part of the appeal of the Smoky Mountain Area is the opportunity to be entertained by professionals. And during the winter months, there’s a lot to be said for being inside a warm theater and seeing something you probably don’t have at home. While all three cities have theaters and shows, Pigeon Forge has a huge variety to choose from.