13 New Pigeon Forge Attractions to Visit in 2021

Visiting Pigeon Forge in 2021? Check out these new attractions with the latest entertainment, shopping and dining.

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1. Ogle Brothers General Store

This old-fashioned store stocks everything from local arts and crafts to souvenirs, food, clothing, and toys. The whole family can spend hours browsing this classic American shop.

 

2. Cruze Farm

Devour ice creams crafted by a local, family-owned dairy. This friendly Sevierville shop scoops flavors from Sugar Cookie Dough, Chocolate, and Sweet Cream, to fruity sorbets. Grab a shake, cone, or float.

 

3. Rowdy Bear Ridge

In 2021, Rowdy Bear Ridge boasts North America’s first “laser gun coaster.” You’re suspended beneath the track for flying fun—while you swoop, you’re shooting your laser gun at targets! Combine this wild ride with year-round tubing on a 500-foot track.

 

4. Feasters on Teasters

This restaurant on Pigeon Forge’s Parkway offers unique Native American-themed dishes like fry breads, Indian tacos, and cactus chili, plus Omaha steaks. Chicken, fish and shrimp dishes mean there’s something for everyone.

 

5.  Casual Pint

Grab a pint at this craft beer spot in the Pigeon Forge Holiday Inn. Choose from ales, lagers, stouts, IPAs, fruit beers, and ciders. Nosh on sandwiches, burgers, flatbreads and other munchies to complement your brews.

 

6. Funky Budha

Open from 3 p.m. until 3 a.m., the Funky Budha combines Asian cuisine with a bar, dance floor, and open patio for smoking hookah. Come for the hot steak curry, orange chicken, or seafood feast, and stay late to dance and drink.  bar,

7. Flying Theater Ride

 Experience the sensation of sailing high over America’s natural wonders! Hop on the new Flying Theater Ride at The Island in Pigeon Forge. This $20 million high-tech experience opens for passengers in 2021.

 

8.  Pigeon Forge Chairlift

Be one of the first to soak up views from this attraction opening in fall, 2021. The chairlift will fly you gently for superb vistas. Not into chairlifts? Climb the 85-foot observation tower to see 360 degrees of mountain beauty.

 

9. REI

Everyone wants to get outdoors lately, and REI has reopened in Pigeon Forge to help you gear up. Check out their virtual classes, virtual store tour, bike shop and more.

 

10. Junction 35

Try locally made moonshine, rum, gin, vodka and whiskey. There’s a restaurant and bar, specializing in cocktails plus entrees like ribs, burgers and mac and cheese.

 

11.  Cinnaholic

The scent of cinnamon rolls spices the air at Cinnaholic. Heaped with frostings, cookie bites, chocolate chips and more, these hefty treats are dairy- and egg-free, so they’re great for everyone.

 

12. Aubrey's

This Sevierville eatery offers creative comfort foods. From buttermilk fried chicken to blackened rattlesnake pasta, you’ve got a huge range of choices. The extensive beer and wine lists add to a great meal out.

 

13.  Buzzed Bull Creamery

Watch for a new Buzzed Bull in Sevierville in spring, 2021. There’s already a Pigeon Forge location for this ice cream and coffee shop, where they can make your treat “buzzed” (with a touch of alcohol!).