Dollywood Tickets in Pigeon Forge, TN

2700 Dollywood Parks BoulevardPigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Overview

Owned by the popular country singer Dolly Parton and Herschend Family Entertainment, Dollywood® features thrilling roller coasters, kid-friendly rides and attractions, upbeat live performances, legendary festivals and events, southern-style restaurants, arts and crafts, and unique shops within 10 fun themed areas like Rivertown Junction, Craftsmen’s Valley, Timber Canyon and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • Shows included with admission.
  • Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Re-enter park on same day with hand stamp.
  • Doggywood available to lodge dogs.
  • Rain checks available.
  • Wheelchairs, strollers and lockers available for rent.
  • Home to five of the south's largest festivals.
  • Features more than 40 rides and attractions.
  • Working craftsmen demonstrating within park.
  • Scrumptious southern food available throughout the park.

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Insights from Reserve Direct's own team members

Joan B.

Dollywood is a Pigeon Forge vacation must! The park offers plenty to do for all ages. Plan on lots of walking. Make sure to get a park map and show schedule when you arrive. When you're thirsty, ask for a cup of water at any food stand. It's free!

Anne Mercer

Even if rain is in the forecast, go to Dollywood. You’ll experience shorter wait times, fewer crowds, and more chances to ride your favorite coaster or ride over and over again. We walked right onto Tennessee Tornado, Wild Eagle, and Mystery Mine!

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Description

from Dollywood
Dollywood is Tennessee’s number one ticketed attraction and annually hosts nearly 2.5 million visitors. It is recognized as one of the world’s best theme parks thanks to one-of-a-kind rides, award-winning entertainment, and several of the South’s largest festivals. Dollywood boasts an impressive number of world-class attractions, including Lightning Rod, the world’s fastest wood coaster, Wild Eagle, the country’s first wing coaster, as well as Thunderhead wooden coaster, and the 110-ton Dollywood Express steam engine. In 2018, Dollywood makes its single largest entertainment investment in history, including a new concert series called Spring Mix, which plays host to a number of chart-topping artists.

2018 Event Dates:
  • Festival of Nations: March 17 - April 9

  • Spring Mix Music Series: April 11 - 29

  • Barbeque & Bluegrass Festival: May 25 - June 10

  • Dollywood Summer Celebration: June 16 - August 5

  • Harvest Festival featuring Southern Gospel Jubilee and Great Pumpkin LumiNights: Sept. 28 – Nov. 3

  • Smoky Mountain Christmas: Nov. 10 - Jan. 5




Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer Reviews

152 Reviews
Jennifer Neumann
LILLINGTON, NC
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Great family park"
April, 2018 NEW
We had a great experience even if the weather did not cooperate fully. On our next visit we will definitely go off season because the park was very full and the wait for food was outrageous. Overall we all had a great time
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Suzi Hessenflow
Bethlehem, GA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Dollyday"
April, 2018 NEW
The wife and I brought our granddaughter and two of her friends, all 11 years-old, for a day of fun during their Spring Break. The girls had a great time and the day was perfect!!! We had issues with our printed tickets upon entrance and the staff was very efficient and friendly and resolved the issue quickly. The wait times were not as long as I expected them to be and the park and all it accommodations were very clean. Great time! We will be returning in the future for more fun
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Tip: Be prepared to have fun!!

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gary dawson
saint augustine , FL
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Great place to learn history of the mountains and Dolly Parton"
April, 2018 NEW
Great day, lots to see and do reasonable prices
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Tip: Lots of walking dress comfortably

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer
Lawrenceville, GA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Great Amusement Park"
April, 2018 NEW
Love this park. It was extremely crowded as we were there over spring break. The park was very clean. Restrooms were the cleanest I have ever seen. The attendants at the rides were all very nice, even on the extremely hectic days where lines were very long! Will come back. Plenty of things to do and see even if you are not a fan of rides, but the roller coasters do not disappoint!
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Christopher Peters
Plymouth, MI
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Unique Theme Park"
April, 2018 NEW
Dollywood is unlike any theme park I’ve ever been to. Its part roller coaster park like six flags or Cedar Point but also part museum and added to that there is an entire area of crafters making candles, glass vases, wood carving and metalworking. I didn’t have much interest in the roller coasters and other rides so I thought we wouldn’t be there very long. Even without going to anything we had to stand in lines for we still spent most of the day there, it just has so many things to see and do for people of all tastes and ages. When we went it was during their “Festival of Nations” celebrations so there were plenty of shows and concerts around to go to all over the park.

We went the day after Easter and I did notice due to it being so early in the season that some of the food areas and many of the games in the carnival midway area were closed, likely due to lack of manpower until colleges let out for the summer. I was just sad I didn’t get to play Plinko because of it. Oddly despite it being spring break and possibly understaffed I didn’t see long lines for anything. Even on their app the longest line I saw the entire time we were there was only 25 minutes for the most popular coasters.

Although it says everywhere that it opens at 10am I did find out that they open the doors at 9:30am so everyone can get into the park and line up at their favorite rides etc. Nothing in the park opened until 10 (some of the food areas may have opened before that, I didn’t check) but it was nice to get in a bit early and start walking around.
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Tip: There is a preferred parking option that costs $25 instead of the normal $18 but goes to a small lot close to a separate entrance to the park. It was well worth the extra seven dollars for not having to wait for a tram or huge lines at the entrance.

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Reserve Pigeon Forge Customer
Sandusky, OH
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Festival of Nations"
April, 2018 NEW
What a wonderful couple of days. We saw every group once and some twice. We are two 65+ year olds who come for the entertainment and landscaping. We found plenty to do.
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Tip: Trolleys take you to and from the parking lots to the entrance. We missed a chance to ride the train because we waited to try until late in the day.

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Shelley H.
Cornelius, NC
2 Reviews
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"Lots of fun"
April, 2018 NEW
We had a great day! Lines were not very long. Very clean and fun place to spend the day!
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sandra valdes
miami, FL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"One day is good enough!"
April, 2018 NEW
We went for two days. We also had good weather. One day is good enough for small children 2 and 4 years of age. First because you cant ride the adult rides when you are with kids and second there really is not enough rides for small children. I would like to come back without kids and do the roller coasters. Also the lines for the small children are way too long. Imagine standing in line with a 2 and 4 year old for 45 minutes. Just imagine. Yes that picture in your head right now was me.
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Tip: bring something to entertain the children in line and bring snacks.

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Kali M
"LOVE LOVE LOVE"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 18, 2018 NEW
THIS PLACE IS THE BEST PLACE TO GO IN PIGEON FORGE. They have a little of everything to do with everybody. Even if you don't like rides they have shops, shows, and even a Dolly Museum that you can take a tour of. There is never a dull moment. I have been going there since I was 2 and now I am 20. The people that work their are so friendly and check your schedule before you go because they have diffrent events through the park at certain times of the year and if your lucky Dolly might be there.
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F4450ZMkevinh
Grand Rapids, United States
"So Much Fun!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 18, 2018 NEW
We were a party of 15 with two under 2 and we had a blast! There was something for everyone all day long. So much fun. The park was super clean - even warm water to wash your hands in the restrooms!!! Food was great and lines weren't too bad. Our advice - GET THE TIME SAVER if you want to ride all of the roller coasters. We had 7 of them and it was money very well spent. Everyone got to ride, as many times as we wanted, and never had to wait in the snake lines. So fun. We will absolutely go back again.
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Granny_Annie327
Flagstaff
"Good time at Dollywood"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed April 18, 2018 NEW
Overall enjoyed the park. Food is too pricey and April weather too warm for me, but fun rides and a nice atmosphere. Really liked the Heartsong film (Dolly's memories and feelings for the Smoky Mountains).
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Monica S
Marmora, New Jersey
"rides & shows"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 17, 2018 NEW
we had a great day. group of 7, some ride the coasters and some did the shows. saw 4 shows and there was more. the international food festival was very good, a little backed up early in the day, so try to wait till later in the day. you really need to come for two days and maybe not try to be there first thing in the morning.
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TeacherAndMomma
Manchester, KY
"Family Fun!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 16, 2018 NEW
I’ve visited Dollywood ever since I was a child. I still continue to visit with my own children. There are so many attractions to meet the needs of our entire family. Fun, mild rides for my younger son, fast, thrilling rides for my older son, and tons of crafts/shops I enjoy! The food is always delicious! We enjoy the Festival of Nations and Bluegrass & BBQ.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Dollywood

Are Dollywood shows included with theme park tickets?  
Yes, there are a variety of shows and entertainment options throughout the park which are free with your admission ticket, excluding special-ticketed events.

What is the minimum age for children to attend the park without supervision?
For the safety of our guests, children must be 13 years old or older to enter without an adult. Children 12 years old and younger must be accompanied by a chaperone 16 years old or older. Unescorted children will not be admitted to Dollywood.

Is Dollywood wheelchair accessible? 
A majority of the park is level to gently-rolling and is, thus, wheelchair accessible.

Are wheelchairs or electric convenience vehicles (ECVs) available for daily rental?  If so, what is the cost?
A limited number of wheelchairs and Electric Convenience Vehicles (ECVs) are available for rent. (Operator must be at least 16 years of age. Operators 16-18 years of age must have a parent or legal guardian at least 21 years of age sign the rental agreement.) Reservations may be made online 48 hours prior to arrival with our convenient purchasing process. Wheelchairs and ECVs are available for an additional fee. Discounts are available on wheelchair and ECV rentals for Dollywood Gold and Super Gold Passholders. No other discounts apply.

What if my child is 3 years old or younger?
They are free!

Are lockers available for rent?
Dollywood offers two choices for renting lockers:

Front Gate Lockers: All day locker rentals are available at the Front Gate at the Stoller and Wheelchair rental booth and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Front Gate lockers and family sized locker rentals are available for an additional fee.

Ride Lockers: Ride to ride locker rentals are available at Wild Eagle, Mystery Mine, River Battle, FireChaser Express, Daredevil Falls, Barnstormer, River Rampage, Sidewinder, and near the Tennessee Tornado roller coaster. Ride lockers are floating lockers, which means you can rent them and float from locker to locker without having to pay for each new locker. These rentals are available for an additional fee.

Does Dollywood offer package pick-up?
Yes, instead of carrying your purchases around, please take advantage of our convenient and complimentary Package Pickup service. Any items purchased in our merchandise shops will be delivered to the Dollywood Emporium for you to pick up as you exit the park at the end of your day. Let the merchandise host know that you’d like to use Package Pickup. You’ll receive a card indicating the time your item(s) will be ready. Simply proceed to the Dollywood Emporium to the Package Pickup counter where your item(s) will be waiting! Package Pickup is offered on purchases made prior to two hours before park closing. For your convenience, Package Pickup is staffed until park closing.

What are the parking fees at Dollywood?
Fees vary, depending on vehicle type. Please visit Dollywood.com for details.

Are coolers or outside food or drink allowed at Dollywood?
No, after careful consideration of park policies across the nation, consultation with health and safety experts and much consideration of the welfare of our guests and employees alike, we are unable to allow coolers, food or drinks into Dollywood. Although we do not allow food or drink to be brought into the Park, Dollywood offers a wide variety of delicious foods available at our restaurants and snack vendors. (Special dietary needs should be addressed with the Foods Office prior to arrival at 865-428-9428.) However, if you would like to eat elsewhere or must leave for any reason during the day, remember to get your hand stamped and keep your admission ticket, then you can return later that same day. Dollywood does not have picnic areas at the park, but if you would like to picnic somewhere, the Smoky Mountains National Park is a great place to visit.

Can I leave the park and return that same day?
Yes. You will need to have your hand stamped at the exit at the Dollywood Emporium. Keep your ticket so it can be scanned when you return.

Are strollers available for rent?
A limited number of single and double strollers are available for rent on a first-come, first-served basis. Single strollers and double strollers are available to rent for an additional fee.

What items are prohibited at the park?
Alcohol and weapons. 

Are there First Aid Stations located at Dollywood?
Yes. Dollywood staffs three Safety/First Aid Offices—one in the Jukebox Junction area near the Pines Theatre, one in Wilderness Pass near River Battle and another in The Village area near the train crossing—with medical personnel on duty at all times during park hours.

What is the smoking policy at Dollywood?
If you smoke, please utilize the many designated smoking areas indicated on the Park Map. Smoking is strictly forbidden on all rides, queue lines, indoor theaters, attractions, shops, and restaurants.

Are baby changing and nursing stations available at the park?
Baby Care Centers, located in the Showstreet, Wilderness Pass, and Country Fair areas, offer nursing areas, changing stations and family restrooms. There are also nursing stations available at the restrooms in Country Fair, Jukebox Junction, Market Square, The Village and Craftsman's Valley near the Woodcarving Shop.

Are pets allowed at Dollywood?
Although pets are not permitted inside Dollywood, the one-of-a-kind kennel, Doggywood, is available for the convenience of our guests and their dogs.  The daily rental fee provides each dog its own water supply, and a walk area is located adjacent to the building so owners can spend time with their pets without having to leave the park. Space is limited, and reservations are highly recommended. Please call 865-428-9826 during park operating hours. Without a reservation, all kennels at Doggywood will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis. *Please note: Doggywood can only accommodate dogs.

Service animals for guests with disabilities are allowed inside Dollywood.

Does Dollywood offer rain checks on tickets?
If it is raining when you leave the park and your visit is shortened by the rain, you can request a rain check—just ask. Rain checks are distributed at the Season Pass Center and are valid until the end of the season. You must request the rain check on the day of your visit before leaving the park.

Why do my Dollywood E-Tickets only have one name listed on them?
The name on the E-Ticket is the primary ticket holder but the tickets are valid for all within your party.