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  • WonderWorks Debuts Wonder of Magic Halloween Spooktacular Show
    by Hometown Sevier on October 3, 2019 at 5:54 pm

    PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee – (October 1, 2019) – WonderWorks is known for entertaining the whole family all year long, but they are setting out to give people a spooky treat this fall. Their ongoing family friendly magic show will be transformed for the season, becoming the “Wonders of Magic Halloween Spooktacular.” The show will run from […] The post WonderWorks Debuts Wonder of Magic Halloween Spooktacular Show appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • FREE Concert Benefiting the Greater Smoky Mountains Vet2Vet Program – October 5th
    by Hometown Sevier on September 24, 2019 at 7:31 pm

    The post FREE Concert Benefiting the Greater Smoky Mountains Vet2Vet Program – October 5th appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Announces Local Appreciation Specials, Sept. 22nd-28th
    by Hometown Sevier on September 20, 2019 at 5:18 pm

    Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud has announced their local appreciation days specials, valid from September 22nd through 28th! Bring in 5 or more canned goods and you can get into the show or adventure park for just $5! Bring in 10 or more canned goods and get into the show AND adventure park for just $10! […] The post Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Announces Local Appreciation Specials, Sept. 22nd-28th appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • World’s First Cable-to-Rail Zipline Roller Coaster Opens in Pigeon Forge, TN
    by Hometown Sevier on September 16, 2019 at 6:46 pm

    PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. – Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud Show & Adventure Park, in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains, has officially opened the Flying Ox, the world’s first cable-to-rail zipline roller coaster. The one-of-a-kind Flying Ox zipline roller coaster takes riders on a thrilling 1,000-foot-long ride 80 feet in the air above Lumberjack Square […] The post World’s First Cable-to-Rail Zipline Roller Coaster Opens in Pigeon Forge, TN appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]

  • Alcatraz East To Hold 9/11 Ground Zero Guest Speaker – Sept. 7th
    by Hometown Sevier on September 4, 2019 at 8:30 pm

    Disaster Response after September 11th The Alcatraz East Crime Museum will be hosting a special 9/11 event on Saturday, September 7, 2019, titled “Response After September 11.” The event will feature guest speaker Art Bohanan, a forensics expert who worked on the site of Ground Zero, and is author of the book “Prints of Man.” […] The post Alcatraz East To Hold 9/11 Ground Zero Guest Speaker – Sept. 7th appeared first on Hometown Sevier. […]


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  • Orlando on a Budget: How to Visit Without Breaking the Bank
    by Talena McNeely on October 10, 2019 at 7:05 pm

    When you think of Orlando, you envision over-the-top thrills, dining, and entertainment. And while it can be expensive, your vacation doesn’t have to break the bank. Whether you’re a huge Disney or Universal fan, an outdoor enthusiast, or love local charm, you and your family can enjoy Orlando on a budget. Discover the best ways to save below with these top tips. Visit During the Off-season Because of its world-renowned theme parks, entertainment, and weather, Orlando can become quite busy and therefore expensive. However, you can visit Orlando on a budget and still have a fantastic time. We recommend booking flights, hotels, tickets, and reservations early, as well as looking into vacation packages. When visiting Orlando, consider going from mid-January to early March or September to early December. The parks will always draw heavy crowds, but considerably less so if you don’t go during late spring or summer. If you can’t miss school, consider visiting in late July to mid-August. Additionally, when booking flights, look into alternate airports like Orlando Sanford Airport or Tampa International Airport. Yes, they are more out of the way, but you can potentially save rather than booking through Orlando International Airport. Invest in an Orlando Explorer Pass The Orlando Explorer Pass enables travelers to visit top attractions across the city with 30 days to use from the first scan. Choose from or five attractions from over 15 such as The Wheel at ICON Park, the Kennedy Space Center, Gatorland, WonderWorks, and SEA LIFE Aquarium! You can save up to 35% versus gate prices, enabling you to enjoy Orlando on a budget. Further, the pass is digital, so you don’t have to carry a physical ticket when entering the attraction. Simply show the pass and have fun! Take Advantage of Free & Cheaper Things to Do … The post Orlando on a Budget: How to Visit Without Breaking the Bank appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • 3 Days in Los Angeles: How to Make the Most of 72 Hours
    by Anne on October 10, 2019 at 6:32 pm

    Wondering how to spend 3 days in Los Angeles? Lucky for you, we've got an entire guide showing you exactly how to spend your 72 hours. The post 3 Days in Los Angeles: How to Make the Most of 72 Hours appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • 20 of the Best Things to Do in Austin, TX
    by Anne on October 9, 2019 at 10:24 pm

    Searching for fun things to do in Austin, Texas? We've got 20 great ideas we think you'll love. Add these things to do in Austin to your trip itinerary! The post 20 of the Best Things to Do in Austin, TX appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • 12 of the Best Hotels in Myrtle Beach for Kids
    by Talena McNeely on October 8, 2019 at 9:15 pm

    Myrtle Beach, SC is the ideal beach family vacation because of its beautiful weather, oceanfront attractions, and relaxing way of life. Both adults and kids can have fun in the sun, indulging in on-site dining, waterparks, game rooms, and more at one of the many inclusive hotels in the area. Discover some of the best hotels in Myrtle Beach for kids below. The Long Bay Resort The Long Bay Resort is one of the best hotels in Myrtle Beach for kids because of its amenities and proximity to top-rated locations. Amenities include: Breakfast at Martin’s is $8.95 for an adult and $5.95 for kids under 10 Oceanfront views Efficiency rooms, suites, and condos available 19 minutes away from the airport Concierge on-site Free parking Cribs available first come, first serve 1 Outdoor Pool, 1 Indoor Pool, 1 Kid’s Silly Sub, 1 Water Slide, 3 Indoor Hot Tubs, 1 Outdoor Hot Tub, 1 Indoor Mushroom Kid’s Pool, 1 Indoor Lazy River (250 ft) 3 on-site restaurants and a Starbucks Games available South Bay Inn & Suites South Bay Inn & Suites showcases a new indoor water park, perfect for families looking to explore and relax. More amenities include: Free breakfast for all guests who book direct Valet parking Discount tickets to attractions On-site restaurants and shops Game room Spacious rooms and suites to accommodate 4 to 10 guests Oceanfront views Close to the Boardwalk Dunes Village Resort Dunes Village Resort offers abundant on-site amenities and attractions, making this resort one of the best hotels in Myrtle Beach for kids. Amenities include: On-site dining Indoor waterpark and outdoor pools, a lazy river, and waterslides Village Kids Club hosting kids activities Oceanfront views Luxurious Lost in Serenity Spa for the adults Spacious room, suite, and condo options Crown Reef Beach Resort & Waterpark … The post 12 of the Best Hotels in Myrtle Beach for Kids appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

  • Gatlinburg vs. Pigeon Forge: Where Should I Vacation? 
    by Anne on October 7, 2019 at 9:03 pm

    Trying to decide between Gatlinburg vs. Pigeon Forge for your Smoky Mountains vacation? We'll help you choose the right destination! The post Gatlinburg vs. Pigeon Forge: Where Should I Vacation?  appeared first on Tripster Travel Guide. […]

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