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3 places you don't want to miss in Pigeon Forge TN

View of Pigeon Forge from Hot Air Balloon.
View of Pigeon Forge from Hot Air Balloon.
Marie DeWolfe

Pigeon Forge Tennessee is located near the entrance of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Pigeon Forge is filled with family friendly venues. Here are three places that you don't want to miss on your trip to Pigeon Forge.

1- The Comedy Barn

If you are looking for good, clean, family fun with no off color jokes that you might have to explain to the children, then make sure you take in a show at the Comedy Barn. This show offers some of the best comedy to be found anywhere, with tons of audience participation to be had. They will go through the audience before the show, meeting people, talking with them, and sometimes offering them a chance to come up on stage during the act and participate, which leads to a plethora of highly amusing ad lib situations. No two shows are alike, and they will have you rolling in the floor with laughter throughout the entire show.

2- Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud

If you want a great meal and show, then you can't miss with the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Feud! The entire family will enjoy a meal of Hatfield & McCoy's signature vegetable soup, fried chicken, pulled pork BBQ, coleslaw, corn on the cob, mashed potatoes and rolls along with your favorite beverage and their special signature dessert. They also offer a vegetarian meal if you prefer, all served family style. Once the meal is complete the show will begin and you will find yourself laughing at the satirical version of the infamous Hatfield & McCoy family feud.

3- WonderWorks
If you're looking for a place where the kids can get rid of some of that built up energy that all children seem to have an abundance of, then you can't miss WonderWorks. Once inside this upside down building, there are activities galore that will keep both children and parents enthralled. It's also very educational as everything inside shows you the science of how things work. The whole family can enjoy a rock climbing wall, a wild ride that is powered by the riders, feel the force of a hurricane or the power of an earthquake, and see what it feels like to lay on a bed of nails along with many more experiences. It would be easy to spend an entire day exploring WonderWorks and it's a sure thing that the kids will get some great exercise!

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