Here are March events in the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area, as wildflowers, wildlife and venues all wake up, and cabin deals abound in this less crowded time.- a good time to visit for those who like less crowds but plenty of action.
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We’ve had virtual reality for some time, but immersive theaters are fairly new – this is where the screen image moves and so do you, in your moving seat. Immersive technology continues to grow, so this roundup of all the immersive experiences available in the area will expand over time. It’s a moving target – rather like most of the sights and sounds in the immersive attractions.
Here’s a brief roundup of the immersive theaters in the area.
The Smoky Mountains area of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge offer a feast of wonders for homeschooling parents who want to pack a semester’s worth of learning into so much fun that kids will value their education forever. Even better is that many of the attractions also offer homeschool rates.
From the natural wonders of Great Smoky Mountains National Park to the museums and attractions of the towns, a trip to Gatlinburg packs in more opportunity for adventure and learning than anyone can take in just in the one trip. That’s why so many people make it a favorite for the kids (and parents) to return to often.
February in the Smoky Mountains means the action is on the slopes for ski season, or out on the hiking trails with their special appeal in winter. It’s cold outside, but it’s cozy warm in the cabin, made for snuggling with Valentine’s Day happening and a romantic getaway in the snowy mountains on the calendar.
Read on for all that’s happening in the area in February.
January in the Smokies is the time for winter sports, both on the slopes and along the trails, as well as wildlife adventures, indoor attractions – and extra time in the hot tub, courtesy of shoulder-season cabin specials, for that winter getaway in the mountains.
The Winterfest and Winter Magic festivities and lights will continue all through January in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, and the towns are bustling as ever through the winter activities.
December means that Christmas is a’comin’, and the Gatlinburg area of the Smokies is dressed in millions of lights and decorations, with music, song and laughter. Snow and snow sports are on the mountain, parades and fireworks are in the cards, and festivity is in the air.
Halloween is a fun time, but it can be a scary time too, especially if you’re not expecting spooky surprises. So here to sort the fun from the fright is our guide to Halloween happenings in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.
November is the month when fall definitely turns to winter, the fabulous fall colors remain for a week or two, but the season’s festivities are looming large, with millions of lights everywhere, live music on the street, gift shopping from the arts & crafts community, winter bluegrass, and snow tubing on the mountain.
Ah, romance, it makes the world go round. And in the Smoky Mountains, love and marriage are common features of life here. Gatlinburg in fact is one of the country’s most popular places to get married, and just being in the Smokies makes that easy to believe.
Here are the best places to drive or hike to catch the fabulous fall colors of the Smoky Mountains at their best during this fall season. Fall in the Smoky Mountains is famous for its wonderful colors, starting at the mountaintop and gradually moving down the mountain to lower elevations.