10 Things You Must Do in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

10 Things You Must Do in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

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3 Popular Attractions In Tennessee

  • Tennessee Aquarium: Aquarium in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
    • Cades Cove: An isolated valley in the Tennessee side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

    Tennessee Facts:

    • The only person in American history to be both an Admiral in the Navy and a General in the Army was Samuel Powhatan Carter who was born in Elizabethton.
    • Robert R. Church, Sr. of Memphis is purported to be the South’s first African-American millionaire.
    • Tennessee ties with Missouri as the most neighborly state in the union. It is bordered by 8 states.
    • The Memphis Cotton Exchange misuses one third of the USA' whole cotton plant.
    Memphis, Tennessee
    City of Memphis
    Skyline at night
    Beale Street
    Memphis College of Art
    Graceland
    Memphis Pyramid
    Hernando DeSoto Bridge
    Official seal of Memphis, Tennessee

    Nickname(s):

    Bluff City, Home of the Blues, Grind City

    Interactive map of Memphis
    Coordinates:

    35°07′03″N 89°58′16″W / 35.11750°N 89.97111°W / 35.11750; -89.97111Coordinates: 35°07′03″N 89°58′16″W / 35.11750°N 89.97111°W / 35.11750; -89.97111

    Country United States
    State Tennessee
    County Shelby
    Founded May22, 1819; 203 years ago(1819-05-22)
    Incorporated December19, 1826; 195 years ago(1826-12-19)
    Named for Memphis, Egypt
    Government

    Mayor Jim Strickland (D)
    Area

    City 304.62sqmi (788.97km2)
    •Land 296.98sqmi (769.18km2)
    •Water 7.64sqmi (19.79km2)
    Elevation

    337ft (103m)
    Population

    City 633,104
    •Rank 28th in the United States
    2nd in Tennessee
    •Density 2,100/sqmi (800/km2)
    Metro

    1,337,779 (43rd)
    Demonym(s) Memphian
    Time zone UTC−6 (CST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (CDT)
    ZIP Codes
    ZIP Codes[4]
    Area code 901
    FIPS code 47-48000[5]
    Interstates I-22.svg I-40.svg I-55.svg I-69.svg
    Interstate Spurs I-240.svg I-269.svg I-555.svg
    U.S. Routes US 51.svg US 61.svg US 64.svg US 70.svg US 72.svg US 78.svg US 79.svg
    Major State Routes Tennessee 385.svg
    Waterways Mississippi River, Wolf River
    Public transit MATA
    Airport Memphis International Airport
    Website City of Memphis

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    Today, we're back in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee sharing with you 10 Things You Must Do in Pigeon Forge. This mountain resort town is famous for being the home of Dolly Parton's iconic theme park Dollywood. But there's lots more to experience here, from a “monster” of a thrill ride and a number of dinner and comedy shows to the community's oldest building that's also one of the most photographed mills in the country and a place where you can pick up a hammer and learn the traditional craft of blacksmithing. Tell us your favorite on the list in the comments section!

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    Timestamps:
    00:00 Background
    01:30 Intro
    02:08 The Old Mill
    03:44 Pigeon River Pottery
    04:46 Iron Mountain Metal Craft
    05:38 A Long Story Short
    06:53 The Island
    09:00 Mountain Coasters
    09:38 Mountain Mile and Mountain Monster
    11:04 Dinner Shows
    11:44 Family-friendly Attractions
    12:29 Apple Barn
    14:06 Wrap
    14:57 Credits

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    4 thoughts on “10 Things You Must Do in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

    1. I'd read that the guy that runs the KOUNTRY KREAMERY ice cream shop in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is a true pile of s#!t. He abused an autistic child and the young boys mother. Apparently he also has refused service to African American people and others he assumes may not be Trump supporters.
      A town that harbors trash like that does not deserve the patronage of vacationers/tourists, travelers, and other paying citizens.

    2. Wonderful video. As a local you covered some of the best things to do up there. Heck you even threw some at me I hadn't heard of. Also great editing

    3. We love the Smoky Mountains!!! We go at least 3 times a year! IT IS FOR ALL TYPES OF PEOPLE RELIGIOUS OR NOT!!! IF YOU DON'T LIKE SOMETHING DON'T PAY TO DO IT. JUST DO SOMETHING ELSE.

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