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Bandmaster’s Violin On Display at Titanic Museum

The violin on which Titanic bandmaster Wallace Hartley reportedly played “Nearer, My God to Thee” as the ocean liner sank April 15, 1912, is currently on exhibit at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge. The violin will be on display from May 22-July 27, then it will be taken to the Titanic sister museum in Branson, Mo.,...

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Dollywood’s Great American Summer

May 21, 13 Dollywood’s Great American Summer

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It’s going to be a Great American Summer at Dollywood! Well, isn’t it always? In reality it is, but this happens to be a certain new initiative in which Dollywood’s operating hours are extended daily to 10 pm. Start the day out with a live performance of the Star Spangled Banner and end it with a spectacular fireworks...

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Smoky Mountain Coca-Cola Collectors

May 09, 13 Smoky Mountain Coca-Cola Collectors

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If you’re into Coca-Cola, and by that I mean not just sipping on a bottle of Coke at dinner or in front of the television, but the actual signs, collectible bottles, and anything else with the Coke logo on it, you’ll want to be in Pigeon Forge June 4-8 for the Smoky Mountain Coca-Cola Collectors Convention at the Holiday...

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Pigeon Forge Wildflower Update

“In bloom” is the current status of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and its numerous wildflower species. As May creeps along, expect the magnificent blooming season to continue. Rainfall in Pigeon Forge this spring has been fairly prevalent, especially in the higher elevations of the park. For wildflower...

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Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain River Rampage

May 06, 13 Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain River Rampage

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The wettest ride at Dollywood is the Smoky Mountain River Rampage.  This white water rafting style ride promises dips, plunges and lots and lots of water.  Stepping into the circular boat means that you have agreed to get drenched in the fast moving water.  The ride is located at the front of the park, in Rivertown Junction,...

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Pigeon Forge Gem Mine

May 03, 13 Pigeon Forge Gem Mine

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If you’re someone who love jewelry and are looking for that specialty piece to mark your time in the Smokies, then the Pigeon Forge Gem Mine is definitely a stop you should make while in town. They’ve been an integral part of the Parkway in Pigeon Forge for over three decades. The store’s mine is recreation of the...

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Dollywood’s Mystery Mine

May 02, 13 Dollywood’s Mystery Mine

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In March of 2007, Dollywood invited its guests to take a ride on the Mystery Mine, its haunted mine car roller coaster that, at the time, was setting records and was the first roller coaster of its kind in the US.  This steel Euro Fighter style coaster features inversions, loops and at the time the steepest drop in the country....

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