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If you are wondering what to do in Pigeon Forge after dusk, then you should check out one of the town’s amazing dinner shows. The dinner shows in Pigeon Forge offer a lot of variety and fun for the whole family. There are an extraordinary number of shows in this medium size town located outside of the Smokey Mountains National Park. Themes vary from action-packed animal shows, comedies, adventures, magic shows and mysteries. Prices as well as the lengths of shows vary widely, so it is quite easy to find something that the whole family will enjoy while staying inside your vacation budget.
Most of Dinner Shows in Pigeon Forge are conveniently located directly off of the US-441 Scenic Parkway, which makes it easy to get around the town without getting lost. Some theaters include a menu, for others the meal has already been determined. The following are some of the most sought after dinner shows in Pigeon Forge.
Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede is the largest dinner theater production in town. The show is over two hours long, and if you arrive early, you can also take in a pre-show. The show features a lot of heart-stopping action, magic and animal acts. You can expect to see horses, buffalo and all sorts of other critters in this production. Snacks are served during the pre-show, and after the show has begun you can indulge yourself in a BBQ feast featuring rotisserie chicken, slaw, vegetable soup, biscuit, corn on the cob and a dessert. Vegetarian meals are available, but must be requested in advance.
The Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Show involves the audience as super-sleuths. Several different shows are featured throughout the year, and whoever solves the mystery receives a special prize. Dinner includes pork-loin, dinner rolls, fresh vegetables, cheesecake and more.
The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud pokes fun at America’s most famous feuding families. The show includes humor, music, dancing and much more. You can enjoy a full country feast with your meal that includes fried chicken, slaw, mashed potatoes, ice tea and dessert. The Hatfield and McCoy theater also hosts a Breakfast Jamboree and a special Christmas Show during the holiday season.