Due to growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic, World Choice Investments will be closing its facilities Pigeon Forge until May 9. Those closures affect:

  • The Comedy Barn Theater
  • Dolly Parton’s Stampede
  • Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud
  • Pirates Voyage
  • Smoky Mountain Opry

“We have been following the coronavirus crisis very closely and based on the new guidelines provided by the CDC yesterday and in consultation with the health experts, we are closing all of our theater facilities until May 9,” Jim Rule, CEO said.  “We can control the group size in our Frizzle Chicken House Café and it will remain open at this time.”

Additional shows in the area that have closed include:

  • Buttonwillow Civil War Theater (gift shop still open)
  • Great Smoky Mountains Murder Mystery Dinner Show
  • Lumberjack Feud

Read More: Business closures in the Smokies: How attractions are responding to the coronavirus pandemic

The team at World Choice Investments will meet with the cast members at each facility this week.   They continue to watch the conditions within our markets, consult with its medical experts and to follow CDC guidelines.  Any additional changes will be released at a later time should they occur.

For guests with tickets for this period of temporary closure, please contact 865-453-4400 for rescheduling information.

Visit the CDC website and the Tennessee Department of Health website for the latest information about the coronavirus.

Disclaimer: While we do our best to bring you the most up-to-date information, attractions or prices mentioned in this article may vary by season and are subject to change. Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any mentioned business, and have not been reviewed or endorsed these entities. Contact us at [email protected] for questions or comments.