9 Indoor Activities To Beat The Cold in Pigeon Forge

The winter season in the Smoky Mountains can be a bummer for many outdoor enthusiasts or just plain cold-natured people who prefer warm, wide open spaces. Not that the Smokies aren't beautiful coated in a blanket of snow; if you can brave the cold, a winter hike is totally worth it. But let's face it. Sometimes we just want to stay in the warm indoors. Luckily Pigeon Forge has plenty of indoor activities to enjoy.

Cabins With Fireplaces

Cozy up by a warm fireplace this winter. It is the perfect time to get close to your loved ones and appreciate each other's company while snuggling up under a blanket near a fire with some hot cocoa. Enjoy the cozy atmosphere a cabin creates, coupled with a toasty fireplace to make your trip perfect.

Cabins With A Fireplace

Take A Shopping Trip

Hit up the outlets on a Pigeon Forge shopping trip. While you're out and about, be sure to stop by Smith Creek Moonshine to sample one of their flavors of delicious moonshine. Try their Apple Pie or Cinnamon flavors to warm up and embrace the winter season. You can even stop by Stages West to grab some authentic cowboy boots to keep your feet warm.

Pigeon Forge Shopping

Challenge Yourself At Headcase

Come take the challenge at Headcase Escape Adventure! Join them for an amazing journey through creative room concepts and compelling technology. Their friendly staff will skillfully guide you through your adventure of choice in an interactive, team-building environment. This is the ultimate test of your mind and collaboration skills.

Take The Challenge

Visit A Museum

Looking to learn something new on your trip? Visit one of the unique and entertaining Pigeon Forge museums. If you're a pop culture enthusiast, stop by the Hollywood Wax Museum. Or if history is more your thing, check out the incredible Titanic Museum.

Want to check out something truly unique? We reccommend Alcatraz East. Learn about the history of crime and crime fighting in America while also playing some exciting games and seeing some legendary items you wouldn't get the chance to see anywhere else. Also be sure to check out our 5 Must See Exhibits & Items at the Alcatraz East before you go!

Catch A Movie

Beat the crowd and catch a flick at Governor's Crossing Stadium 14. You can always check out their movie schedule on our site and pick a movie or two. Grab your friends and family and head to the theater, where you can curl up in a luxury recliner with a giant tub of popcorn and enjoy the show.

Movie Schedule

Burn Off Energy At TopJump

It might be cold outside but you can get your blood pumping at this indoor trampoline park! One pass gets you into all the trampoline areas - open jump, dodgeball, basketball, ninja course, gladiator pit, air bag, and the kid zone. The kid zone has kid-friendly trampolines, a foam pit, and a giant ball pit. TopJump also features the LARGEST Clip ’n Climb Center in the United States with 21 climbing lines for every skill range.

TopJump Extreme Arena

Help Solve A Mystery

Become part of the show at the winner of Best of Pigeon Forge's best dinner theater, Great Smoky Mountain Murdery Mystery Dinner Show. Witness murder, mystery and mayhem in a family friendly, hilarious environment. Guests can become audience actors, or solve the mystery using clue packets, all while enjoying a three-course dinner.

Solve The Mystery

Explore Ripley's Aquarium

Discover the different species and exhibits at Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies. The aquarium is a classic on any Smoky Mountain to-do list, and even if you've been before, you're guaranteed to appreciate the beauty and wonder of oceanic life time and time again. Say hi to the penguins for us!

Explore Ripley's Aquarium

Looking for more things to do in Pigeon Forge? Check out our list of 25 Rainy Day Activities for more awesome suggestions, and keep up with our events page for information on what's happening around town this winter.