Enjoy a wide variety of tours and shows in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. There's so much to see and do in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and on either the Tennessee or North Carolina side of the Great Smoky Mountains that it's hard to know where to start. The Pigeon Forge area is home to a number of shows and also has hiking tours, canoe trips, horseback riding, helicopter tours, Jeep tours, tubing, river rafting, and jet boat rides. Book tours and show tickets online and save or call us toll free for assistance with reservations, group tour bookings, and private charter transportation services.
Known as one of the most famous areas in the Smokies, Cades Cove abounds with wildlife, mountain views and photo opportunities.
There is nothing like the beauty of Christmas in the Mountains, seen from the comfort of a heated bus. Enjoy a visit to the Carvers Appalachian Farmers Market where you can get fresh apples for Christmas Apple Pie, along with canned goods, great fruit and produce and real Appalachian food items. After lunch and shopping, the bus will stop at the oldest cemetery in East Tennessee before returning to Pigeon Forge, while driving along English Mountain. 48 HOURS MINIMUM ADVANCE BOOKING REQUIRED.
Check Out the Rowdy Good Time Lumberjacks at the Great Smoky Mountain Lumberjack Feud in Pigeon Forge! The Dinner Theater is definitely one of the best and most fun things to do in Pigeon Forge for both kids and adults.
Come and see the greatest magic show in the Smoky Mountains. Direct from Las Vegas, it's the Magic Spectacular Show in Pigeon Forge! This family-friendly magic and illusion show features the award-winning husband and wife team of Steven and Cassandra Best. Travel through a truly magical moment in time, with amazing magic tricks, grand illusions, comedy, music, a world-record quick change act and so much more!
You’re going to love the Country Tonite show! Experience this two-hour powerhouse production where the Love of God, family, and country are themes that resonate throughout the show.
Enjoy the excitement of great food with a live performance. This is a celebration life below the Mason-Dixon line, shared by a family that will make you want to pull up your chair and feel good all over.
Take a whole day and learn about Bush's on this small group tour. Discover the history of how the beans are produced and canned. This tour also includes a visit to the second oldest town in Tennessee - Dandridge, with the oldest working courthouse in the United States.