Pirate's Voyage Dinner & Show

Is it Worth It?

My Review

(pictures below)

My sister came to visit with my 11 year old nephew and among other places, we really wanted to see this show.  It's a Dolly Parton owned company, so as with anything Dolly is involved in, we had great expectations and knew it would be a quality venue.

Show prices were around $50 Adult and $25 for Kids.  There is also a Christmas Show that may be a different price.  It' s best to arrive about an hour before the show. 

Coupons for Pirate Voyage Dinner Show can be found in brochures, and on local grocery receipts, and other usual places. I easily found one here


We were able to get a nice, fun selection of adult beverages at the bar in the lobby while we waited for the showtime.  We were only allowed 1 per adult.  Bring your ID to be served.

In the lobby, there were photo ops being sold in front of a pirate ship scene, and we got our picture taken. My nephew got a face painting, which he loved and there were fun themed items for kids that parents can purchase for about $20.  A cute gift shop is also onsite.

The Pre-Show included a beautiful parrot flying about and a few other entertainers.  Once the show began, we were asked not to film or photograph, so out of respect for that, the actual show was not filmed.  But you will get the idea from what I have in the video above.  

The Dinner menu was a 4-course meal, which included a pork chop AND fried chicken, mac n cheese, along with a creamy, delicious soup, and a dessert pastry and drink choice.  The servers never let us go hungry or thirsty and we enjoyed our food.

The Show was really entertaining and energetic, with mermaids, competitions, swimming and diving tricks, and the cast was extremely talented! The costumes are gorgeous.  My 11-year old nephew loved it, and we were never bored.  It lasts about an hour and a half.

Servers and Bartenders should be tipped directly in cash, and if you forget to bring cash, there is an ATM onsite.

Overall, we all loved it and highly recommend it, it is worth going and great for both adults and kids!

According to the website, this location is wheelchair accessible and wireless headsets are available for hearing impaired.


Tickets for everything and reserved row seats can be purchased here


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