Why do you visit Pigeon Forge during the winter months? There’s so many great things to do around the town during the holiday season, but one of the most popular things to do is bundle up to take a look at all of the Pigeon Forge lights.
For a hassle free way to see the lights, the Pigeon Forge trolley system offers a tour of lights. At only $5 per person, the trolley tour is one of the most popular ways to see all of the lights. The trolley will be heated for the most comfortable ride for everyone in the family. A tour guide will talk you through the lights, explaining the meaning and history behind each of the light displays. The tour begins at Patriot Park where families can leave their vehicle and take a ride. Families will return to their vehicle following the tour.
How much does the Pigeon Forge trolley tour of lights cost?
The cost is only $5 per person, and tickets can be purchased the day of the tour at the Pigeon Forge trolley station next to Patriot Park.
When can I ride on the Pigeon Forge trolley tour of lights?
Throughout the month of December, tours depart at 6:30 p.m., 7: 45 p.m. and 9 p.m daily. In January, the tours depart at the same times but only on Mondays and Fridays.
Where is Patriot Park?
Located at 186 Old Mill Avenue in Pigeon Forge, families will find Patriot Park as well as the Pigeon Forge trolley station.
If you don’t want to catch a ride on the Pigeon Forge trolley tour of lights, you can always walk or drive along the Pigeon Forge Parkway to view the light displays.
After you spend some time exploring the lights, you’ll appreciate relaxing in one of the gorgeous cabin rentals in the area. For a great selection of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge cabin rentals, take a look at Get More on Vacation’s ‘Where to Stay’ page. There, you will find the best deals on Smoky Mountain cabin rentals, perfect for small families or large groups.