Earthquake the Ride Attraction in Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Earthquake the Ride Attraction in Gatlinburg, Tennessee

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3 Popular Attractions In Tennessee

  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park: National park on the border of Tennessee and North Carolina.
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    • The largest earthquake in American history, the New Madrid Earthquake occurred in the winter of 1811-12 in northwestern Tennessee. Reelfoot Lake located in Obion and Lake Counties was formed during this earthquake.
    • The nation’s oldest African-American financial institution, Citizens Savings Bank and Trust Company, is located in Nashville.
    • Tennessee bottlers Moses and Ally Hartman developed Mountain Dew in 1940.
    • Tennessee was confessed as a state on June 1, 1796, making it the 16th state.
    Memphis, Tennessee
    City of Memphis
    Skyline at night
    Beale Street
    Memphis College of Art
    Graceland
    Memphis Pyramid
    Hernando DeSoto Bridge
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    Nickname(s):

    Bluff City, Home of the Blues, Grind City

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    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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    [4K] Earthquake the Ride is a unique attraction located in a popular tourist area in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Admission is $11 with tax. What do you guys think of this ride? Is it a knockoff of Earthquake on the Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood?

    Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are a small towns in Tennessee with plenty of attractions to see and do. It's located right next to the entrance to Great Smokey Mountain National Park. You can also find Dollywood theme park there as well.

    Filmed August 2019.

    7 thoughts on “Earthquake the Ride Attraction in Gatlinburg, Tennessee

    1. I don’t care what others might say I love this! Yes it’s cheesy but it’s one of the few old attractions left in Gatlinburg I remember from my younger years and I for one are happy it’s still here! I’ll always ride it as long as it’s still there.

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