The Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater

2682 Teaster Lane | Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 | (865) 908-1050 |

Grab your deerstalker hat and your corn cob pipe—it’s time to solve a mystery in Pigeon Forge! You and your guests will feel like Sherlock himself at the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater, where the shows are full of not only mystery but also hilarious comedy and Smoky Mountain-style mayhem.

Known as having “one of the funniest dinner theater shows in Pigeon Forge,” the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater is a must-see during your Pigeon Forge vacation. Choose this attraction for a memorable date night, a fun outing with the family, or a special event with any size group (private showings are available for groups of 80+ guests).

Fast Facts about the GSMMMT
• They feature unique shows packed with mystery and side-splitting fun.
• Each show offers a 3-course meal with restaurant-style seating.
• All guests receive a clue packet upon arrival so they can help solve the crime.
• A prize packet is award to the “Super Sleuth” of the evening.
• The theater provides ample parking for buses or vans.
• The theater provides handicap access for easy entry and exit.
• Shows at the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater are rated PG-13 due to some adult innuendos.
• Reservations are HIGHLY recommended due to the intimate nature of this theater.

Three Shows, One Unique Atmosphere
Currently, the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater is offering 3 exciting shows, each of which features hilarious comedy and mysterious mayhem! For an idea of what’s showing at the theater, check out the brief show descriptions below. You can also visit the theater’s website or call the theater directly for more information about specific shows and showtimes*.

“Moonshine Murders” ¬— The Lukes have been runnin’ shine in the Sevier County hills for years. But can they outrun the unscrupulous Boss Boar and his henchwoman, local law officer Roscette Ketrain?

“Frankly Scarlett You’re Dead” — You’ve been invited by Colonel Simpson himself to attend a formal ball in celebration of the formation of the Confederacy. Come meet his eligible daughters, Scarlett and Melody, and share a cigar on the veranda at the Simpson Plantation!

“The Killbillies” — Wonder what the Clampett family is up to now? They’ve made their way from Beverly Hills all the way to Pigeon Forge, where you can witness a new batch of mischief and hijinks with Ellie May, Jethro, and the rest of the gang.

*Showtimes are generally 6:30 p.m. with a later showing (8 p.m.) on Friday evenings. Be sure to check the Great Smoky Mountain Mystery Theater website for a current show schedule.

Group Reservations
Bringing a group to Pigeon Forge? Perhaps you’re traveling with a church group, planning a family reunion, or looking for fun outing for a wedding party. The Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater is a perfect small or large group option! This Pigeon Forge attraction offers 1 complimentary ticket for every 30 guests and special private showings for groups of 80 or more.

To be considered a group by the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater, you will need at least 20 guests in your party. A $150 deposit must accompany your signed contract, and final payment will be due 2 weeks prior to your show date. For more information about group reservations with the theater, please contact:

Randall Brown – Group Sales & Marketing Director
(865) 908-1050 ext 3

What’s on the Menu?
At the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater, you’ll find memorable performances along with a delicious 3-course meal! The dinner menu* begins with a choice between 3 soup options, and the main meal consists of both Savory Pork Tenderloin and Oven-Roasted Chicken. This comes with a side of green beans, mashed potatoes, and a dinner roll. For dessert, indulge in their Carnegie Deli-Style Cheesecake with a choice of berry, caramel, or chocolate topping.

Have allergies? Prefer vegetarian? No problem! The theater provides delicious options for all kinds of appetites, including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free. Simply let them know your preference when you make reservations, and they’ll make sure your meals fit your needs. You can also book a child’s plate, which comes with chicken only as the main entrée (adults receive pork and chicken) for children 12 years old or younger.
*Menu is subject to change.

What’s the Cost?
Adults 13-plus: $44.86 + tax
Children 12 & under: $25.95 + tax (rate per child with each full price paid adult)
Children 3 & under: FREE (when child sits in parent’s lap and shares meal)
Children 3 & under w/ seat but no meal: $10.83 + tax
Adults w/ party of 8 or more: $44.86 + tax + $2.90 gratuity
Children w/ part of 8 or more: $25.95 + tax + $2.90 gratuity

Due to the intimate nature of this theater, dinner shows sell out quickly, so reservations are strongly recommended. However, should you need to cancel your reservation, you can notify the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater (at least 24 hours prior to showtime) for a full refund of your money.

Other Dinner Shows in Pigeon Forge

The Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Theater isn’t the only dinner theater you should check out in Pigeon Forge. For other exciting options, check out the Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show, Lumberjack Adventure, and the Dixie Stampede. Pigeon Forge also features music shows, morning shows, magic acts, comedy skits, and more. Whether you’re planning date night or a downtown adventure with the family, put at least one of these unique Smoky Mountain attractions on your to-do list during this year’s stay at our cozy Pigeon Forge cabins!