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The Old Mill Restaurant

Рекомендуют 87 местных жителей · Примерная цена 2, максимум — 4 ·

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Josh & Victoria
Josh & Victoria
June 19, 2020
Historic location with comfort foods!
June 18, 2020
Great home cooked meals in a rustic setting. Check out the various shops right next door.
June 29, 2020
Good southern food that is close to an old working mill.
June 26, 2020
Down home family style cooking with HUGE portions. The food is delicious and the old mill is charming.
July 7, 2020
The Old Mill Restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in the Smokies. Expect to wait up to 90 minutes and then be served more comfort food than you could possibly eat. Although the prices may look a little steep, remember they include ‘fixins,’ drinks, and even a homemade dessert. This…

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Point of Interest
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Amusement Park
“WonderWorks, which is located inside a humongous upside-down building, is one of the most popular attractions in Pigeon Forge and the Smoky Mountains. The WonderWorks attraction is a combination of a science fair, amusement park, and children’s museum all rolled up into one huge experience. The admission price includes access to over 150 activities ranging from roller coaster simulators to black light ropes courses. In my opinion, the wide appeal of the WonderWorks exhibits is the strongest reason to visit. WonderWorks simultaneously entertains young children, teenagers, and adults – the plentiful attractions are truly fun for people of all ages! Depending on the crowds and how many exhibits your party decides to interact with, the experience should take between two and four hours. Some of the attractions and exhibits include: Inversion Tunnel – As you enter the WonderWorks experience, you will pass through an inversion tunnel. Hang on to the rails – the combination of the colors, patterns, and circular motion will make you feel like you are upside down. Xtreme 360 – Imagine a pedal-powered, upside-down carnival ride. The speed at which you pedal determines the rate of your upside-down revolutions. Hurricane Simulator – Step into this small room to see what a 65 mile per hour wind feels like. Don’t worry you don’t get wet. The word hurricane is a little misleading – this is nothing more than a low-speed wind tunnel. Bed of Nails – See what it feels like to lay down on a bed made out of 3,497 nails! Don’t worry it won’t hurt a bit. Climbing Wall – The rock climbing wall, which is a beginner level, is a fun physical challenge for everyone. Race a friend or family member to the top and earn bragging rights. Wonder Coaster – This multiple-axis virtual roller coaster will take you through seemingly endless loops and rolls. The coaster has a full 360 degrees of pitch and roll that is sure to get your adrenaline pumping! Ropes Course – The indoor ropes course, which is the largest in the world, is over 50 feet tall! The course is sure to please adrenaline junkies and families alike. As you climb 4 stories of rope, you will cross tremor bridges, swinging beams, and experience over 50 obstacles. Due to the black lights, the entire course has a psychedelic atmosphere. In my opinion, the ropes course is the best attraction at WonderWorks Pigeon Forge. The above list is just a small sampling of the 150+ exhibits and attractions at WonderWorks Pigeon Forge.”
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164 Old Mill Avenue
Pigeon Forge, TN 37863
Номер телефона+1 865-429-3463
Банковские карты
Yes (incl. American Express)
Столики под открытым небом
Бранч, обед, ужин
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