Three Nights Accommodations
Three Breakfasts and Three Dinners
The Incredible Christmas Place
The Old Mill
Country Tonite Show
Antler Hill Village
The Incredible Christmas Place - At the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, is the premier destination for Christmas gifts and collectibles, designer-themed Christmas Trees, novelty and traditional Christmas Lights, hundreds of Personalized Ornaments, and all your favorite Holiday brands like Department 56, Lemax, Christopher Radko and many more!
The Old Mill is an 1830’s grist mill known for its dining, shopping & Smoky Mountain hospitality.
It was built on the banks of the what-was-to-be-called the Pigeon River, and soon became a hub of activity in this area of the Great Smoky Mountains. Today, the Old Mill is a working tribute to the pioneer days of the Great Smoky Mountains. The Old Mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the most photographed mills in the country. Just as in the 19th century, it's still one of the most popular places in the Smokies.
Country Tonite Show - See why this spectacular Pigeon Forge show has won so many awards including “2001-2015 show of the year”, “Best Live Country Show in America” and “Best Show in the Smokies”! In its twentieth year in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, Country Tonite continues to provide the best in quality Pigeon Forge entertainment with singing, dancing, comedy, gospel, American patriotism and more filling this two-hour show. From old country to new country, our theater has it all.
Biltmore Estate - Biltmore was the vision of George W. Vanderbilt. Designed by Richard Morris Hunt, America’s largest home is a 250-room French Renaissance chateau, exhibiting the Vanderbilt family’s original collection of furnishings, art and antiques. Biltmore estate encompasses more than 8,000 acres including renowned gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the father of American landscape architecture.
Antler Hill Village & Winery - Includes wine tasting, shopping and the Biltmore Legacy.
George Vanderbilt enjoyed getting away from it all, as much as he did tending to the operations of Biltmore House and the formal gardens. In 2010, Antler Hill Village opened to guests as a place to relax and unwind after a day of House tours and jaunts around the grounds. The village features a large Village Green, an exhibition hall, Biltmore Winery, and more.