Dollywood TN Discounts Tickets and Specials 2020
Looking for discounts to Dollywood in TN for 2020? There are many ways to get discount tickets to amusements parks including Dollywood. We will be constantly scouting for these discounts and posting them here.
|It is always a good idea to purchase theme park tickets before you go to the park. Often beverage vendors offer discounts with their product containers or labels. Chain restaurants like subway often have Dollywood tickets at a discount.
So if you are looking for Dollywood deals you have come to the right place. It is always a good idea to plan ahead. Look for discounts on line. Check you local paper for Dollywood coupons.
Dollywood also offers season passes so you can enjoy rides like the new Barnstormer of Pigeon Forge all season long.
FIRECHASER EXPRESS Dollywood 2020
They say where there’s smoke, there’s fire. Well, in the Smoky Mountains that’s more than just a saying. Fortunately, it seems like with every big blaze, there’ve always been a few brave souls willing to answer the call – heroes able to tame nature’s fury and preserve the Smokies for generations to come!
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Pigeon Forge offfers Dollywood Discount Tickets
|Take advantage of these incredible specials and discounts in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee! Enjoy budget friendly options that are sure to help you and your family fill your vacation with tons of adventure.
Maybe you are in for the thrill of a world class rollercoaster ride through the Smokies on Dollywood's Wild Eagle Winged Roller Coaster or an underwater adventure at the world famous Ripley's Aquarium in Gatlinburg, TN. No matter what you are in the mood for, Dixie Stampede and our fabulous Pigeon Forge Attractions, Adventure and Lodging partners have a deal for you.
Now, you can easily add as many of these fun adventures as you want from our new "Add More Fun" section when purchasing your Dixie Stampede Tickets! Simply choose the date and time you want to come see us here at Dixie Stampede in Pigeon Forge, TN
|New for 2020 at Dollywood - Barnstormer
Enjoy the same breathtaking moments that daring stunt pilots of the1920s might have experienced as they zoomed over the fields of nearby farms. The $5.5 million Barnstormer features two pendulum arms with seating for 32 riders.
Seated back to back, riders travel higher on each swing of the Barnstormer’s massive arms, reaching a max speed of 45 mph and 230 degrees of rotation. At its peak, the Barnstormer reaches a staggering 81 feet in the air!
The Barnstormer rests amid a big red barn creating a huge barnyard-themed area which includes a 22-foot by 16-foot bi-plane play area as well as a pig pen water play area for children.
|Dollywood's spectacular Tennessee setting provides the perfect backdrop for a variety of amusement park rides and attractions. Thrilling roller coasters, daring water excursions, family rides and kiddie rides-you'll find them all at Dollywood-along with one-of-a-kind attractions that let you experience our Smoky Mountain way of life. See a live show while you're here and don't miss the best roller coasters in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee!
Make the most of your day at Dollywood with Q2Q—More Time, Less Wait for your favorite rides!
|Dollywood received the 2010 Applause Award
|During a special ceremony at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Expo in Orlando, Fla., on Nov. 16, 2010.
The Applause Award, the most prestigious award within the amusement and theme park industry, honors a park whose management, operations and creative accomplishments have inspired the industry with its foresight, originality and sound business development. The award is presented every other year by Liseberg amusement park located in Gothenburg, Sweden. For this 2010 award, Dollywood competed with Alton Towers in the UK and Phantasialand in Germany for the honor.
|Dollywood Admission at the Gate
Admission to Dollywood is FREE! You simply pick and choose any attractions you want, then fill up your custom Fun Pass with the credits you need! It’s easy to do.
Enjoy one last blast of summer fun before the kids head back to school!
Dollywood Nights will be held August 8-14, 2020 with park operating hours extended to 10:00 p.m. each evening.
Dollywood opens at 10:00 a.m. each day during Dollywood Nights (except Saturday when the park opens at 9 a.m.)
Most rides will operate during the extended hours.
Aside from the evening hours during the park's wintertime Smoky Mountain Christmas festival,
Dollywood Nights offers a rare occasion to enjoy Dollywood's rides, including the award-winning coasters
Thunderhead and Mystery Mine ---- in the dark.
|Dollywood Admission Tickets
Splash & Play*
|Regular (Ages 12-59)
|Child (Ages 4 - 11)
|Senior (Ages 60+)
Tickets valid for one-day
Mar. 26, 2020 - December 30, 2020.
May 21 - September 5, 2020.
Play tickets allow you to enjoy a combined total of 3 days at
Dollywood and Dollywood's Splash Country. Some restrictions may apply.
|Dollywood Season Pass
|For the best value, a season pass tops the list! For less than the cost of 2 days, season passholders receive an entire season of adventure plus exclusive benefits including discounts at Dixie Stampede, Dollywood Vacations and many other attractions. Learn more
|2020 Season Pass
(View Season Pass Privileges)
|Dollywood Regular (Ages 12+)
|Dollywood Child (Ages 4 - 11)
|Dollywood Gold Pass (Ages 4+)
|Super Regular (Ages 12+)
|Super Child (Ages 4 - 11)
|Super Gold Pass (Ages 4+)
Passes valid March 26 - Dec. 30, 2020.
Super Passes valid at Dollywood and Dollywood's Splash Country.
Super Passes available for purchase through Aug. 13, 2020.
|Dollywood and Dollywood's Splash Country Season Passholders receive a 20% discount on cabin rentals during select time frames. (Reservations must be made by phone and season pass must be presented upon check-in.)
Package Special Offers
(Lodging + Admission Tickets)
Make planning your vacation simple! Purchase your tickets and lodging all in one package and save! Learn more
Season Pass Special Offers
|Season Pass - Great Value!
A season pass is less than the cost of two one-day admission tickets. Learn more
One-Day Ticket Special Offers
|FREE Meal Offer (Exclusively Online)
Purchase your Dollywood full-priced one-day admission tickets online and receive a FREE meal voucher valid now - August 17, 2020. Learn more
|Splash & Play Ticket
If you would like to visit both Dollywood and Dollywood's Splash Country, we have a Splash & Play Ticket available. Learn more
|After 3:00 PM, Next Day FREE!
Purchase a one-day Dollywood admission and arrive after 3:00 p.m. and visit the next day FREE! Learn more
Receive 30% with military ID. Learn more
|Dollywood Coupons: One of the biggest questions we get asked is where to find coupons for Dollywood. Unfortunately, Dollywood doesn't broker out discounts to third parties much any more, so if you see discounts from other places then it is probably timeshare bait. McDonald’s and Wendy’s restaurants in Pigeon Forge often have $5 off coupons for Dollywood or Splash Country on their bags. It’s definitely worth a look when you roll into town to stop at either of those restaurants! The official Dollywood website is the main source of Dollywood coupons. There you can find the official list of current special offers and coupons for Dollywood in Pigeon Forge.
Dollywood Cabins 15% Discount For Returning Guest
Guests who have stayed with Dollywood Vacations (or Starr Crest Resort) on a previous visit receive a15% discount on their cabin rental. (Reservations must be made by phone; previous visit will be verified.)
Spring in the Smokies
Spring…it’s one of the most relaxing and breathtaking times in the Smokies… save 15% on any stay of two or more nights in one of our luxurious cabins March 31 through April 11.
Expires: Apr 11, 2020 Purchase: Mar 31, 2020 - Apr 09, 2020
Dollywood Discount Tickets
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Dollywood, which started out as a dream for country music legend Dolly Parton, has evolved into Tennessee's most visited theme park, drawing more than 2 million visitors annually. Parton opened Dollywood in 1986 to showcase the rich heritage of the Smoky Mountain area where she was born and raised before heading to Nashville and superstardom. Take the whole family for a day of fun at Dollywood and enjoy lively music, spectacular shows, thrilling amusement park rides such as the Thunderhead Wooden Roller Coaster and the Tennessee Tornado triple spiral-looping coaster, as well as acres of attractions and the work of talented craftspeople. Kids will love the 60-animal carousel, Dolly's Demolition Derby bumper cars, the Dollywood Express authentic steam engine, Rockin' Roadway, Tennessee Twister tilt-a-whirl ride and Wonder Wheel, a 60-foot-tall Ferris wheel. Dollywood won the 2010 Applause Award for Best Amusement Park in the World from the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions.
Co-owned by Parton and the Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation, Dollywood is organized into 10 themed areas: Showstreet, Rivertown Junction, Craftsmen's Valley, The Village, The Country Fair, Timber Canyon, Jukebox Junction, Dreamland Forest, Adventures in Imagination and Wilderness Pass. The theme park also serves as the home of the Southern Gospel Music Hall of Fame & Museum. Other not-to-be-missed attractions include Daredevil Falls, Smoky Mountain River Rampage and the Eagle Mountain Sanctuary. Special annual events at Dollywood include the Dollywood Festival of the Nations in April, KidsFest in the summer, Harvest Celebration in September and Smoky Mountain Christmas starting in November. Dollywood's Showcase of Stars features summer concerts from some of country music's hottest superstars. Dollywood’s nearby Splash Country Water Adventure Park features amazing waterslides, interactive children’s water play areas, a lazy river ride, huge wave pool and more.
So you, your family, and friends have decided to visit Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN for the day and you’re looking for some tips on making the experience more enjoyable. Well you’ve come to the right place as we’ve compiled the best tips on Dollywood coupons, the best days to visit, what to wear, ways to save money, and more! Here’s our list of 10 tips that will make your day at Dollywood much more enjoyable!
It’s Dollywood…not Dollyworld or Dolly World – Many people mistakingly call the theme park “Dollyworld” I suppose since it sounds close to “Disneyworld”. Dolly’s theme park, though, is named Dollywood as a play on words to Hollywood. So now that you know how it’s pronounced, spelled, etc you don’t have to come to town asking for information about Dollyworld. This should save you at least a laugh or two!
Ride the Trolley – Parking is $6 for a standard-sized vehicle and $9 for RV’s or anything larger. A trolley ride is .50 per person and it will take you right to the entrance of Dollywood. So yeah, you would have to have 24 people riding the trolley to equal the cost of parking! You can park at Patriot Park for free and then hop on a Dollywood trolley that runs every 15 minutes.
Eat Before You Go – This may sound like a no-brainer, but it’s important to remember. Food at Dollywood can be pricey, so try to fill up before you enter the park and then try to make it through the day on snacks purchased at Dollywood or a single meal. A local favorite is Red’s Diner in the 50's section. The burger, fries, and shakes are great!
Dollywood Provides Water – You are not allowed to brink snacks or liquids into the park, but Dollywood does provide free cups of water in their restaurants and plenty of water fountains. If anything, this keeps you from carrying bottles around all day. Keep this in mind as water is a good thing if you’re in the heat.
Dress for Action – Dress according to how you plan to enjoy Dollywood. If you plan on riding lots of rides (especially the water rides), plan on wearing light clothing that will dry quickly. Sandals are a good choice as well if you have a comfortable pair…and be sure they attach to your feet with velcro or other straps in order to keep them from flying away on certain rides!
When to Visit – Wednesdays and Thursdays are typically the least busy days. Saturdays are nuts and should be avoided…unless you like waiting in lines.
Purchase Tickets at Home – If you need to buy tickets, then purchase them at home. Information can be found on Dollywood’s Ticket Page
Consider a Season Pass – If you’ll be spending more than one day at Dollywood or if you plan on going back at least one more time during the year, then get a season pass…it’s cheaper, plus it comes with extra benefits…like free parking if you don’t like the trolley.
Get Dollywood’s Latest Info – Dollywood provides downloads of the latest schedules, maps, guides, etc on their website – Dollywood.com.
Dollywood Coupons: One of the biggest questions we get asked is where to find coupons for Dollywood. Unfortunately, Dollywood doesn’t broker out discounts to third parties much any more, so if you see discounts from other places then it is probably timeshare bait. McDonald’s and Wendy’s restaurants in Pigeon Forge often have $5 off coupons for Dollywood or Splash Country on their bags. It’s definitely worth a look when you roll into town to stop at either of those restaurants! The official Dollywood website is the main source of Dollywood coupons.
American Mountain Rentals Dollywood Discount Tickets 2020
|If you purchase the Dollywood Package, you stay 5 nights in one of our premier cabins or chalets located in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg or Sevierville Tennessee checking in Sunday and checking out Friday. With the package you will enjoy 3 full days of family fun with unlimited visits to both Dollywood and Dollywood's Splash Country. Even better yet, stay in a cabin for rent next to Dollywood Theme Park and Splash County!
1961 - Rebel Railroad opens with a steam train, general store, blacksmith shopd and saloon.
1966 - Rebel Railroad is renamed Goldrush Junction.
1976 - Goldrush Junction is renamed Goldrush.
1977 - Goldrush is renamed Silver Dollar City Tennessee.
1986 - Dolly Parton becomes co-owner of Silver Dollar City Tennessee, which becomes Dollywood. New attractions and restaurants include Smoky Mountain River Rampage, Back Porch Theatre, Aunt Granny's Dixie Fixins' Restaurant and Tennessee Mountain Home (a replica of the Parton family cabin).
1987 - Daydream Ridge area opens at Dollywood, featuring the Mountain Slidewinder.
1988 - The 1,739-seat Celebrity Theatre opens adjacent to the entrance of Dollywood.
1989 - Thunder Express, a steel mine train coaster, opens at Dollywood.
1990 - The 600-seat Gaslight Theatre opens at Dollywood, which also acquires a 1920 antique Dentzel carousel.
1991 - Dollywood adds the Eagle Mountain Sanctuary and Wings of America Theatre.
1992 - The Showstreet area opens at Dollywood, featuring the Showstreet Palace theater.
1993 - Dollywood's Fun Country area becomes The Country Fair with new rides and attractions.
1994 - The Gaslight Theatre is turned into the Heartsong Theatre.
1995 - Dollywood adds the Jukebox Junction area with a '50s theme and rides such as Rockin' Roadway.
1996 - The Dollywood Boulevard area is added with Thunder Road, Silver Screen Cafe and Centerstage gift shop.
1997 - The Flooded Mine ride closes and Silver Screen Cafe becomes DJ Platters.
1998 - Daredevil Falls replaces Flooded Mine and Thunder Express closes.
1999 - The Tennessee Tornado roller coaster replaces Thunder Express.
2000 - The Daydream Ridge is turned into Dreamland Forest, an interactive children's play area.
2001 - Festival of Nations premieres at Dollywood and Splash Country opens adjacent to the Dollywood parking lot.
2002 - Dollywood Boulevard becomes Adventures in Imagination.
2003 - KidsFest premieres at Dollywood and Imagination Station becomes Celebration Hall.
2004 - Thunderhead Gap area opens featuring the Thunderhead wooden roller coaster.
2005 - The Country Fair area adds 10 new rides, including Dizzy Disk, Amazing Flying Elephants and Lemon Twist.
2006 - Dollywood adds several new rides, including Timber Tower, Lumberjack Lifts and Beaver Creek.
2007 - Mystery Mine opens at Dollywood.
2008 - River Battle is constructed in the new "Wilderness Pass" area of Dollywood.
2009 - Two new shows debut at Dollywood: "Imagine" and "Sha-Kon-O-Hey!"
2010 - Adventure Mountain opens at Dollywood.
2020 - Dollywood opens Barnstormer.
2020 - Wild Eagle steel wing coaster opens at Dollywood.
|Dollywood received the 2010 Applause Award during a special ceremony at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions Expo in Orlando, Fla., on Nov. 16, 2010.
The $5 million River Battle is a themed water raft ride equipped with powerful soaker guns. Eight rafts, seven of which will accommodate eight passengers and one ADA raft that will accommodate six passengers and one passenger in a wheelchair, follow a 500-foot channel. As the rafts navigate the waters, the battle begins as passengers, each armed with a soaker gun, take aim at each other and more than 100 targets along the way, including large-scale "talking animals"—beavers, skunks, otters, bears and more.