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Due to concerns related to COVID-19 we are closed. 

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Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show will close temporarily starting March 16, 2020 as a COVID-19 precautionary measure

The coronavirus pandemic is an escalating and ever-changing issue. As a result, Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show will be closing all of its theaters beginning March 16, 2020. Dolly Parton’s Stampede will also be closed starting March 16. The Dollywood Company is delaying the opening of its Dollywood theme park to guests for the next two weeks beginning March 14. Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa, and Dollywood’s Smoky Mountain Cabins will remain open at this time.

“We have been following the coronavirus crisis very closely and based on developments within the last 24 hours and in consultation with health experts, we are going to delay our season opening to a later date,” Craig Ross, Dollywood President said. “Despite the delay in opening, we are committed to taking care of our hosts while the park remains closed.”

Dolly Parton added,

“We need to focus on good health and praying for those who are affected. We know brighter days are ahead.”

Dollywood continues to watch the conditions within the East Tennessee area, to consult with its medical experts and to follow CDC guidelines. The park will communicate any additional changes should they occur.

Check back here for further updates regarding the operating schedule of Pirates Voyage Dinner & Show.