Military members receive a special offer from the Titanic Museum during Veterans Week. Call the museum for more details, 800-381-7670.
November 6 – February 28: Pigeon Forge Winterfest
Pigeon Forge joins Gatlinburg, Sevierville, and the rest of the Smokies as the town turns into a winter wonderland. Millions of lights, decorations, special events, music and food make Pigeon Forge an amazing destination during the winter months.
November 6 – February 28: Winterfest Trolley Tour of Lights
Take a tour of all the Winterfest lights and displays in a heated trolley. Tour begins and ends at Patriot Park with multiple tours nightly.
November 6: Winterfest Kickoff
The kickoff begins with the Salute to Veterans Parade and ends at Patriot Park with live entertainment and the ceremonial lighting of the Pigeon Forge Winterfest displays.
November 6: Salute to Veterans Parade
The second annual veterans parade will take place through the streets of Pigeon Forge to honor the men and women of America’s military. Parade begins at 4:30pm at the south end of town and will travel down the Parkway to Patriot Park.
November 10 – December 30: Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Christmas
Visit Dollywood during the holidays and see millions of lights, special Christmas shows, and delicious holiday meals.
November 22: Thanksgiving at The Old Mill
The Old Mill Restaurant and the Pottery House Café & Grille will be open on Thanksgiving Day serving a family style traditional feast. Reservations are not accepted.
November 22: Fireworks at the Titanic Museum
The Titanic Museum is planning a special fireworks display at 7:30pm to celebrate the lives and legacies of the ship’s passengers, crew, and rescuers.
November 22-24: Snow at the Titanic
At 7pm each night, watch as real snow falls off the bow of the Titanic. The museum, inside and outside, will be brilliantly decorated with Christmas lights.