It’s a valid question. I get it. Is there enough for my children to do during our visit at Dollywood, or should we wait until they’re older?
As a mother of two young boys, I weigh this question against what it requires to wrangle my very active guys when considering things to do this fall. If they’re going to be bored, the answer is going to be a hard no. I mean, they’re not ready to sit through most shows, and they’re not very tall, so what can they actually do?
At Dollywood, I speak from experience when I tell you there’s easily enough to entertain young kids for a day—plus many more! I have a preschooler and a kindergartener—and they’ve been coming since they were babies. Remember, children get in for free until they turn 4. And, if you have the Pre-K Imagination Pass, you get a little more time before you have to buy them a ticket or pass.
I think it’s important to SHOW you what we enjoy as a family. It’s one thing for me to tell you, “Oh, there’s a lot for small children to do,” but it’s more helpful for you to get a better picture of what that actually looks like. I even asked my little boy to share his favorites at both Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country. So, after he got his Pre-K Pass, he helped me with this video.