Owned by Dolly Parton's Dollywood Productions, this show house features a stable of trained horses that prance, jump, and pirouette in tandem with a rodeo and Civil War theme. Throughout, the show is permeated with a rather charming sense of humor about cultural differences between things Northern and things Southern. While you eat a four-course meal with your fingers, you're entertained by some 30 horses, riders, and singing Southern belles, each in period costume. Locals and visitors flock here to feast on chicken, ribs, and corn on the cob while cheering whichever side they're on -- usually, the side of Dixie. Drinks (definitely nonalcoholic) are served in the Dixie Belle Saloon before the show. There are between one and four shows a day, year-round with the greatest frequency occurring during midsummer and the Christmas season. There are no shows in January.
- © Frommer's 2013
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