Your children will love all the events planned for Easter in Pigeon Forge, from hands-on activities to a giant Easter Egg hunt. They can even meet the Easter Bunny over a hearty country brunch while you snap photos of their adorable outfits and happy smiles. Pigeon Forge in the spring is all beautiful blossoms and colorful flowers, sure to appeal to everyone. Plus, with a thriving arts and crafts community and a variety of shops, Easter in Pigeon Forge will be full of happy memories.
Easter in Pigeon Forge Is Great for Family Memories
On Saturday of Easter Weekend, begin your day at Brunch with the Easter Bunny from 9:30-11:30. Hosted by the Old Mill Pottery House Café and Grill, this fun event starts with a country breakfast, proceeding to fun activities and drawings for a selection of door prizes. Call (865) 428-0771 to purchase your tickets for the whole family.
There is also an Easter Egg Hunt nearby, lasting from 10:30 to noon. Patriot Park, on the banks of the Little Pigeon River, will host hundreds of plastic eggs. As if pictures of your children laughing and running to put eggs in their basket is not heart-warming enough, the event is free!
During the week, the Christ in the Smokies Museum brings Easter to life, with 45-minute walking tours through scenes from the life of Christ. Easter in Pigeon Forge is all the more special with the beautiful colors of spring and, on Sunday, you can attend a sunrise Easter service you will not soon forget atop Ober Gatlinburg, with free parking and a complimentary ride on the Aerial Tram as well.
Pigeon Forge in the Spring Means Arts and Crafts
The Gatlinburg Convention Center is kicking off the week of Easter with an Arts and Crafts Show. A number of artisans from the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community, the largest of its kind in the world, will show off their work in one place. Speak to the painters, potters, carvers, and many other talented artists and find out more about their craft.
There are other arts and crafts shops scattered around Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, like the Thomas Kinkade Gallery and the various boutiques in The Village. There are plenty of offbeat places as well, like the Smoky Mountain Cat House, the Moon Pie General Store, and Smoky Mountain Knife Works. Plus, there are a number of distilleries and wineries as well.
Cabins in Pigeon Forge in the Spring Make Your Stay More Enjoyable
Make sure to book one of our cabins in Pigeon Forge for your Easter getaway. There are still Pigeon Forge cabins available and they make enjoying your time in the Smokies much easier. Each of the cabins has a full kitchen, jacuzzi or hot tub, and a porch to enjoy Pigeon Forge in the spring.