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flyaway indoor skydiving

 

So have you ever wanted to go skydiving but are afraid of heights? Well that is me and the rest of my family. I mean I have always wanted to go skydiving but the thought of jumping out of the plane scared me to death.  Now you can experience sky diving without the fear of falling out of a plane at Flyaway Indoor Skydiving in Pigeon Forge, TN. They are the first in America to have a vertical wind tunnel to experience skydiving for yourself by watching your body fly.

My family and I got the chance to experience Indoor Skydiving at Flyaway. When we arrived we were asked to watch a short video and meet with our instructor. He went over some guidelines while suiting us up. They really made sure that we were safe by providing head-gear and telling us what hand signals to use if we need help since you can’t hear in the wind tunnel.

The instructor took us all in the wind tunnel and one by one he held onto us while we floated thru the air. It was an experience like no other. He made sure our body was correct so we could get the best experience. What you do is lay down flat on a metal grate and the wind tunnel turns on. The suit you put on makes the air go thru it pushing up upwards. The instructor makes sure you do not go too high by holding onto you.  I wanted to spin around so I hand motioned him to spin me and he did. We did it! We all faced our fear of skydiving. Well, sort of at least. 🙂

At the end we even got a video to treasure our memory forever. Below, I made a short clip from our video so be sure to check it out.

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If you want to experience Indoor Skydiving for yourself, be sure to stop on over to Flyaway Indoor Skydiving and check out more details found here.

Disclosure: I was given five tickets featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.

 

wonderworks

 

WonderWorks located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is fun for all ages and it let’s your imagination fun wild. You can explore the more than 100 hands on exhibits such as, feel the winds of a hurricane, climb the largest indoor ropes challenge course, ride some rides, and so much more.

When you walk up to the building the outside is upside down as well as the front entrance inside.  When you get inside you will explore the many things there are to do. It kind of reminds me of a science fair, amusement park, and children’s museum all rolled up into one. There is plenty for the whole family to do for hours in the 55,000 square foot of fun.

Here are some of my favorite attractions:

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Bed of Nails

Lay on a bed of 3,500 real nails. First you lay down with no nails and then the employee raises the bed of nails up while you are laying on it. I could feel the nails poking my arms and it was cool to say that I layed on a bed of nails.

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Bubble Lab

Create all different shapes and sizes of bubbles in the bubble lab. They have several containers full of bubble solution with different wands for hours of fun. We spent the most time in the Bubble Lab.

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Ropes Challenge Course

Standing 50 feet tall, you can climb 4 stories of rope obstacles; including swinging steps, lily pads, a tremor bridge and more. It is also dark up there with bright neon colors to light the way. We had to wait over an hour in line to get on the course. Warning: if the location is busy there may be a long wait.

There is so much more to do that it is hard to list everything. Some attractions require that you wear closed toe shoes so be prepared to wear them when you arrive.

To view all the attractions and buy tickets head on over to WonderWorks.com.

Disclosure: I was given 4 tickets and a discounted ticket featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.

hollywood wax museum

 

You can come see all of you favorite stars at the Hollywood Wax Museum in Pigeon Forge, TN. I love Hollywood Stars and know that I will never see them in real life so seeing them in wax version is fine with me. My family and I visited the Hollywood Wax Museum in Pigeon Forge, TN a few weeks ago to see all of our favorite stars. When you first arrive the outside of the building looks like a replica of Hollywood buildings with the Hollywood sign and King Kong on top. Then you walk in like you are a movie star with the red velvet ropes and they take your picture inside King Kong’s hand where you can purchase at the end of the visit.

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We continued to walk through the building seeing out favorite stars and taking our pictures with them. They looked so real! The stars had the props with them that made them famous such as Hugh Heffner with his robe and round bed, Michael Jordan with his basketball and so much more.

Through the middle of the tour you get to take the elevator up to the roof level where you get off outside. Our family is scared of heights but we wanted to check it out. We made it outside and my husband snapped a few shots of King Kong up close while the rest of us stayed in one place. It was really neat to be on the roof and see the Tennessee mountains but with us being so scared we didn’t stay long.

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They saved the best star for last and that was Michael Jackson. He was at the end along with the Hollywood sign where you can take a picture with the whole family to look like you were in Hollywood. When you come out from the Wax Museum you can get a chance to look at your picture that was taken at the beginning, and shop around for a souvenir. Including picking up your very own Oscar to take home.

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After you visit the Hollywood Wax Museum be sure to visit the Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors and Castle of Chaos that is located in the same area. You can pick up a VIP pick 3 passes to score a better deal when you do all 3.

The Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors was a lot of fun. You have to make your way through 288 potential turns and among hundreds of mirrored walls and archways to free Princess Hannah from Ugly Hetty’s spell. This mirrored adventure, crafted by one of the world’s foremost maze designers, is all about gallantry and fun.

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The Castle of Chaos is the first 5D adventure where you will see, hear, feel, and smell the chaos as you attempt to discover the paranormal activity lurking inside. This is a moving row game where you wear 3D glasses and shoot the ghosts and dead people with your gun for the highest score!  Must be at least 4 years old or 42” tall to ride.

These are 3 attractions you do not want to miss while you are visiting Pigeon Forge, TN. They are open 365 days a year from early until late and it is something the whole family will enjoy.

To pick up your discount tickets head on over to Hollywoodwaxentertainment.com.

 

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Disclosure: I was given 2 tickets plus a discount featured in this post to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.