10 Best Things to Do in Pigeon Forge with Kids!

Dollywood: This renowned theme park offers a plethora of rides, entertainment, and shows suitable for all ages. There are also play areas and attractions specifically designed for younger children.


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Dollywood's Splash Country: If you're visiting during the warmer months, this water park is a fantastic place to cool off and enjoy various water slides, pools, and splash areas.


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Titanic Museum Attraction: An interactive museum where you can explore the history of the Titanic through exhibits and artifacts. Kids often find this experience both educational and fascinating.


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WonderWorks: A unique indoor amusement park with over 100 interactive exhibits, including laser tag, a ropes course, an indoor glow-in-the-dark ropes course, and more.


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The Island in Pigeon Forge: A family-friendly entertainment complex featuring shops, restaurants, an observation wheel, and various attractions like The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel and Island Mirror Maze.


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Outdoor activities: Explore the natural beauty of the area by visiting Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where you can hike family-friendly trails, have a picnic, or enjoy scenic drives.


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Alpine Coaster and Go-Karts: Pigeon Forge offers various alpine coasters and go-kart tracks for adventurous families looking for some thrills.


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Mini-golf courses: There are several themed mini-golf courses in Pigeon Forge that are enjoyable for the whole family.


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Shows and theaters: Enjoy live entertainment at venues such as The Comedy Barn Theater, Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show, or Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show, which offer family-friendly performances.

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Arcades and fun centers: Visit arcades like Arcade City or Big Top Arcade, where kids can play various games and win prizes.

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