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Guinness World Records Adventure

See the amazing book come to life on the Parkway at Guinness World Records Adventure. Plus, play over 20 interactive games & challenges including: Block Breaker, Quick Draw, Lumberjack Tree Hack, Frisbee Toss & more.

Combination tickets are also available for Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, Ripley’s Aquarium, Moving Theater, Haunted Adventure, Marvelous Mirror Maze, and Davy Crockett Mini Golf.


Gatlin’s Fun Center

Play mini golf, laser tag, or bumper cars at Gatlin’s Fun Center on the Parkway in Gatlinburg.

Plus, you can also climb the ropes course, escape the laser maze, or try to get out of one of their escape rooms.


Gatlinburg Sky Lift

Ride from downtown Gatlinburg to the top of Crockett Mountain on the Gatlinburg Sky Lift.

Spectacular views of the lush forests and majestic mountains are enjoyed on the downhill ride since the area is surrounded on three sides by the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


Hollywood Star Cars Museum

See Batmobiles and Love Bugs, DeLorean Time Machines and the Drag U La at the Hollywood Star Cars Museum.

The have over 40 historic cars from movies, television, and entertainment icons.


Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium

Step into the strange and fascinating world of Robert Ripley’s Believe It or Not with a trip through the Odditorium in Gatlinburg.

Included in the 500 exhibits and artifacts they have are a 19th Century vampire killing kit, shrunken heads, and even the Last Supper recreated out of lint. Combination tickets are also available for Ripley’s Aquarium, Moving Theater, Haunted Adventure, Marvelous Mirror Maze, Davy Crockett Mini Golf, and Guiness World Record Adventure.


Shoot ’em Up Cinema

Shoot ’em Up Cinema is fun for cowboys of all ages, so grab your gun and your 3D glasses.

Compete against your friends to see who is the best shot in the interactive motion theater.


Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway

Take in the views of Gatlinburg and the surrounding Smoky Mountains from the Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway. The 2.1 mile tramway runs from downtown Gatlinburg to Ober Gatlinburg.

Each of the two 120-passenger, counter-balanced cars depart regularly from each station, just as they have been since it opened on August 5, 1973.


Ober Gatlinburg

Ski resort during the winter, and adventure park the rest of the year, Ober Gatlinburg offers year round entertainment just outside Gatlinburg. You can even leave the car at the hotel, and ride the Aerial Tramway up the mountain from downtown.

Winter activities include skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. In the summer, guests can enjoy the Ski Mountain Coaster, Alpine Slide, and water raft rides. Indoor ice skating can be enjoyed year round.


Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre

Since opening in 1977, Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre has produced over 30 original musical comedies.

With a performance style akin to the music halls of the 1890’s, Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre offers unique shows unlike any other in the Gatlinburg area.


Earthquake the Ride

As subway train #13 pulls out of the station, sidewalks buckle, ceilings cave in, and the track falls into a developing sinkhole.

Earthquake the Ride is an exciting, live-action ride complete with special effects, live-action destruction, and heart-pounding excitement.


Mysterious Mansion

As Gatlinburg’s oldest haunted house, the Mysterious Mansion has been frightening the bejesus out of visitors since 1980.

Decorated with vintage antiques, the Mansion is modeled after an early 1900’s Victorian mansion. They are open year round to frighten you regardless of season.


Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Chartered on June 15th of 1934, and dedicated by FDR in 1940, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is visited by over 11 million visitors every year, making it the United State’s most visited national park.

With around 850 miles of trails, including 70 miles of the Appalachian Trail, hiking is one of the most popular activities in the park. Many of the trails follow rivers and streams, almost a quarter of which are large enough to support trout populations to be fished; almost all of them have waterfalls of various heights.

If you are looking for a bit less walking with your nature, the park also has several nice auto touring routes that pass by panoramic views, historic buildings, and through mature hardwood forests.


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