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Something New! Candy Distribution Night- Oct. 31

We’re trying something new. Maybe I’ve said that before on this blog? At Dollywood, we’re always on the lookout for new experiences that will make our guests smile.

This year, for our 12 and younger guests who visit us on Oct. 31, we will have candy stations in addition to all the other attractions and experiences we offer.

Here’s what I can tell you about Great Pumpkin LumiNights Candy Night presented by Humana and Food City:

This opportunity was specifically created for our guests who are 12 and younger.

It’s available while supplies last—the first 5,000 children who arrive at the first candy station beginning at 5 p.m. will be able to participate.

Check out this map for where you can find the candy stations. It will all happen in our Great Pumpkin LumiNights area of the park. Follow the flow of traffic and enter from the Craftsman’s Valley side.

We will provide bags for the candy, so it’s not something you need to worry about bringing with you.

Children 12 and younger may wear costumes for this special occasion, but for safety, no masks are allowed. Also, please remember Dollywood is a family-friendly park. We ask that no one wears anything vulgar or gruesome.

Plan to reach all six of the candy stations by 8 p.m. because that’s when the distribution will wrap up.

Beyond park admission, there’s no extra cost required. Candy Night is a perk for the children who visit us on the evening of Oct. 31!

One final note: we’re using this opportunity to remind folks about the mission of our friends at Operation Christmas Child. The holiday season is coming soon! Look for information about the program at the first candy station. You can’t miss it—you’ll see a costumed shoebox!

By | 2018-10-26T11:15:55+00:00 October 26th, 2018|Family Visits|0 Comments

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Amber Davis is in the thick of navigating life as a working mom. She regularly balances meetings and tantrums —from her toddler, not coworkers. Growing up in Knoxville, Amber visited Dollywood and Sevier County often and now loves to share the same memories with her own young family. Read More!
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