Things To Do In Sevierville

Visit for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Children to Titanic Pigeon Forge (Up to 38% Off)

Titanic Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge

Audio guides featuring stories from Titanic survivors lend context to Edwardian artifacts and interactive exhibits about the historical ship

$54 $33.50

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One Trail Ride for Two or Four at Douglas Lakeview Stables (Up to 52% Off)

Douglas Lakeview Stables

Sevierville

Trail rides overlook the Cherokee Valley with views of the Smoky Mountains and Lake Douglas; parties include hot dogs and marshmallows

$60 $29

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Two or Four Gemstone-Mining Buckets at Pigeon Forge Gem Mine (Up to 50% Off)

Pigeon Forge Gem Mine

Pigeon Forge

Mine through buckets of sand to find more than 20 kinds of gems—including rubies, sapphires, garnets, and amethysts—in their raw state

$30 $17

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Golf Outing with Cart Rental for 2 or 4 at Bent Creek Golf Course in Gatlinburg (Up to 56% Off). Three Options.

Bent Creek Golf Course

Bent Creek Golf Club

Twosomes cartpool across 6,182 yd., Gary Player–designed course that hugs mountain stream as it rises & falls over scenic Smoky Mountains

$70 $31

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$27 for Morning Go-Karting and Mini-Golf for up to Five at Cooter's Place ($54.75 Value)

Cooter's Place

Gatlinburg

Groups race around an indoor go-kart track and play an 18-hole mini-golf course inside Dukes of Hazzard museum

$54.75 $27

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Zipline Tour for One or Two at Jayell Ranch (Up to 56% Off)

Jayell Ranch

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Guests take in panoramic views of the Smokey Mountains or zipline through a mine shaft

$44 $22

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$72 for a Couples Holiday Segway Ride from Segway Rentals and Sales of Pigeon Forge ($130 Value)

Segway Rentals and Sales of Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge

Following a brief training, couples guide Segways along paved paths to take in the sights of Pigeon Forge during the holidays

$130 $72

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Zipline Tour for One, Two, or Up to Six at Wahoo Ziplines (Up to 49% Off)

Wahoo Zip Lines

10

Six ziplines carry riders and safety-conscious guides through majestic views at 40–250 feet above ground in shadow of Great Smoky Mountains

$89 $49

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History Walk or Natural Pools and Waterfalls Walk for Two or Four from A Walk in the Woods (Up to 50% Off)

A Walk in the Woods

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Guides lead hikers through hidden trails in the Smokies, trying out edible plants and teaching about the lives of settlers and Cherokees

$62 $35

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Two-Hour Climb, Zip, Swing Treetop Trek at Adventureworks (Up to 61% Off). Four Options Available.

Adventureworks

Sevierville

Take on Swiss Family Robinson-style adventure across a full acre of tree-top ropes courses

$35 $15

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Nestled in the scenic shadows of the Smoky Mountains, Bent Creek Golf Course's 18-hole layout stretches across 6,182 yards of fairways that rise and fall among rolling foothills and pristine valleys. Golf legend and course designer Gary Player made deft use of a babbling mountain stream by running it through the course and seamlessly uniting two distinct nines: a front nine that sprawls across the valley floor and a back nine that roams the hilly mountainside like a forlorn sasquatch. The overall effect is a course that does justice to both the sheer scope of the rising peaks with bottom-up views and the panoramic splendor of Great Smoky Mountains National Park when seen from the cresting hilltops of the back-nine. The inventive layout is perhaps best characterized by the 11th hole, a 362-yard par 4 where a 90-degree dogleg-left plays into a green completely surrounded by the creek's rippling waters. A blend of bent and bermuda grasses grows resiliently for golfers striving to play all year-round, and fragrant wildflowers blossom at every tee to warm the hearts of world-weary nine-irons.

Bent Creek bolsters the pin-hunting prowess of its golfers with a staff of PGA-certified instructors that conducts lessons and presides over the domain of their full-service pro shop. A practice putting green helps players trim their score by reading dicey slopes, and the Creek Side Grill hosts postround revelry and community gatherings to decry the historical hardships of the mashie niblick.

3919 E Parkway
Gatlinburg,
TN
US

From the outside, Professor Wonder?s WonderWorks Pigeon Forge laboratory appears to have flipped completely on its head. When visitors enter the upside-down edifice, they must first pass through the psychedelic spinning lights of the Inversion Tunnel, which turns the building right-side-up so that families can embark on a day of entertaining educational activities.

More than 100 interactive exhibits spark excitement around natural phenomena. The facility houses a replica of an astronaut's space suit that visitors can climb inside, a gallery of mind-bending illusions, and a caf? where human beings transform food into energy through the process of digestion. There's even a display that allows guests to experience the aftershocks of the San Francisco earthquake of 1989, as well as one where they can lie down on a bed of 3,500 sharp nails without receiving so much as a scratch. Additional activities include the Indoor Ropes Challenge Course, which exercises bodies and minds as challengers navigate four stories of swinging beams and suspension bridges, and the The Wonders of Magic, a variety show starring illusionist and Merlin Award winner Terry Evanswood.

100 Music Rd.
Pigeon Forge,
TN
US

Jim and Jeanette Greiner have been helping people escape the concrete ecosystems of everyday life since 1971. That's the year that they founded Wildwater, and as its name suggests, it started as a rafting outfitter that led groups down the rushing waters of the Chattooga River. Today, Wildwater's trained guides still navigate a number of rivers?the Ocoee, Nantahala, and Pigeon, in addition to the Chattanooga?but they've expanded their reach to the land as well. The company offers canopy tours with a combination of ziplines and elevated bridges, inviting guests to take a thrilling trip through the treetops. If clients prefer to stay within a few feet of the ground, they can opt for jeep tours that explore paths beyond the main roads.

Since Wildwater's team values the beauty of the natural environment, they embrace eco-friendly practices intended to help protect the areas they explore. Each of the company's locations strives to minimize its impact by using solar-powered water heaters for the showers, composting leftover food, and painting all of the outdoor equipment with chlorophyll.

10320 U.S. 19
Bryson City,
NC
US

With guidance from the friendly staff at Lazer Port Fun Center, spontaneous family adventures can begin with laps around the three-story go-kart track. Visiting racers and thrill-seeking spools of twine wind around corners, maneuver along helixes, and plunge down a 40-foot hill, before seeking out indoor adventures. 14,000 square feet of laser-tag landscape invite photon-fighting visitors to participate in 30-minute skirmishes, speeding across black-lit terrain and taking refuge behind alien figures while cosmic landscapes flicker in the background. After an engaging battle, visitors can settle into a 30-minute groove through the outer-space-themed mini-golf course. Cratered asteroids throw neon-yellow light on green fairways as they navigate between crashed spacecrafts, maintaining focus despite the heckling of gravity. The mesmerizing haze of LEDs and bells beckons visitors onward toward the arcade for ticket-churning rounds of prize games.

2782 Parkway
Pigeon Forge,
TN
US

As a recent graduate of the University of Tennessee's School of Architecture, Jon Felderman savored free time away from his office job in downtown Knoxville. Ditching his button-down shirt and tie, Jon headed to the Pigeon River on the weekends during the spring of 1996 to begin his training as a river-rafting guide. In just a year, Felderman's skill and enthusiasm had earned him promotions from river guide to trip leader and then to river manager—all while he maintained his full-time architecture job. Finally, in 2004, the inexorable draw of nature inspired a massive change: Jon abandoned the rigors of city life for good, founding his own rafting company, Big Creek Expeditions. Staffed by experienced guides who share Jon's love of the great outdoors, today the company leads trips down both the upper and lower Pigeon River and orchestrates rafting and camping packages for overnight expeditioners.

3541 Hartford Road
Hartford,
TN
US

By engineering an indoor, upwards-facing wind tunnel, the brilliant minds behind Flyaway Indoor Skydiving have managed to recreate the adrenalized thrill of freefalling sans the previously required airplane. In the studio’s unique flight room, ersatz divers hover several feet above ground as wind-powered force neutralizes the effects of gravity around them. While a typical outdoor skydive lasts only about a minute, Flyaway delivers a minimum of three straight minutes of simulated freefall, ensuring massive endorphin rushes and flashbacks to past lives spent as a Canadian goose. Before liftoff, the facility’s experienced trainers fill visitors in on everything they need to know about body control, safety procedures, and effective screaming techniques. Classes begin every 30 minutes and operate on a first come, first serve basis. Height and weight restrictions apply.

3106 Parkway
Pigeon Forge,
TN
US