Per Person Prices starting at
. . . $349 Double.
. . . $329 Triple . . . $319 Quad . . . $489 Single.
. . . Weekdays Nov-Dec. Excludes holidays and special events.
Day 1 – Arrive in Pigeon Forge, TN and check into your local hotel and get ready for an “Action Packed Holiday.” No matter which way you turn, there are fun-filled activities, and beautiful views of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
This evening you have a choice of Dinner Shows.
1. Christmas in Dixie (Dixie Stampede)
2. Soul of Motown, or
3. America’s Hit Parade
4. New – Dolly’s Smoky Mountain Adventures
Day 2 – After breakfast, you spend time at the Incredible Christmas Place, and the Island where you will find many great shops with items to fill holiday stockings.
Then you have a Boarding Pass for The Titanic Museum. This two-story museum attraction is shaped like the original British Ocean Liner ship that hit the Iceberg in 1912. On the inside you’ll walk the Grand Staircase, visit the Captains Bridge, see the difference between First Class and Third Class passenger cabins. This recreation is stunningly accurate, and through modern technology it gives voice to the 2203 who perished in the wreck
Then tonight, you again enjoy your choice of Dinner Shows from our list above.
Followed by a guided tour of the Winterfest Lights. Over five million lights shimmer at dusk, inspiring a grand jubilee of light arrangements, festive decorations, special events, seasonal delicacies and mountain music.
Day 3 – Start today with a visit to nearby Gatlinburg where you have time for shopping and individual sightseeing. You may want to visit Ole Smoky Moonshine, Ripley’s Aquarium or Ober Gatlinburg the time is yours to enjoy as you wish.
The afternoon features Dollywood. This theme park is nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Enjoy live stage shows, the Dolly museum, master craftsmen at work, train ride, an American Eagle habitat, plus this time of the year Dollywood is decked out for the holidays. Christmas music at all the show, and after dark the lights sparkle.
Also included with your admission to Dollywood is a live performance of “A Dollywood Christmas Carol.” The three spirits of Christmas visit stodgy Ebenezer Scrooge in this inspiring story of redemption told through song and story. The original musical adaptation entertains audiences with a 15-member cast, fully orchestrated musical tracks, Victorian scenery and period costuming. We suggest you end the day with the Dixie Stampede late dinner show.
Day 4 – After breakfast, load your treasures aboard the bus and depart for home.