This spring break, take a trip that the whole family will enjoy. From all the fun attractions at Dollywood and at The Island to relaxing massages and shopping, there's something here for everyone.

Pigeon Forge  is the perfect location for spending quality time with your family.  There are tons of fun things to do in the mountain resort city that hosts millions of visitors annually.

The Island in Pigeon Forge is a shopping and entertainment complex that offers something for everyone.  

Kids will enjoy the various arcade games and rides at The Island and adults have fun things, too, like shopping at the 60+ retail and specialty shops and getting a massage at St. Somewhere Spa.

If you are feeling brave, then the three-story tall Sky Trail Explorer should be on your list of things to do.  The staff securely fastens guests in safety gear and then lets them go.

Near the entrance to The Island is Alcatraz East Crime Museum, a museum devoted to educating guests about all things crime-related.   

The museum has five galleries spread across 25,000 square feet of space that delve into criminal profiles, the penal system, victims’ stories, crime prevention, forensic science, law enforcement, and the American justice system. 

Pigeon Forge is truly a Southern town, and with that, there is plenty of good old-fashioned Southern fare to be found. 

When you are in the Smoky Mountains, you have to begin your day with a hearty breakfast. Pancake houses are everywhere and you can even find those with breakfast buffets.

What's not to love about attending a dinner theater in Pigeon Forge?  Nothing.  It's a fabulous way to enjoy a show and sit down to a filling dinner.  


Pigeon Forge is a family-friendly destination.  There are over 70 attractions along the parkway PLUS award-winning Dollywood.  

The Tomb Escape Game might seem a little cheesy, but it is a lot less intense than The Escape Game and it's fun trying to figure out the necessary clues.

MagiQuest houses four different attractions under one roof.  The pirate golf is set in a Caribbean pirate village, the blacklight course has colorful pirate paraphernalia and a few obstacles which will challenge your putting skills.

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