Castle of Chaos in Pigeon Forge, TN

Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center110 Showplace Blvd. Unit APigeon Forge, TN 37863
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Buckle up and grab your 3D glasses for a non-stop shoot-em-up adventure that’s fun for all ages. It’s a thrilling, seated 5D ride where you'll feel like you’re moving through a whole new reality. At every turn, you’re surrounded by sights and sounds that make you feel like you’re really inside the game. Plus, bragging rights can be yours as you compete for the highest score! This delightfully intense experience – with up to 400 movements per second – will leave you shaking with excitement and ready for more!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Pigeon Forge Travel Experts
  • 5-D shooting attraction.
  • Part interactive ride, part video game.
  • Located on-site at the Hollywood Wax Museum.
  • Combo ticket available.


from Castle of Chaos Pigeon Forge
Virtual Insanity!
Buckle up and grab your 3D goggles for a non-stop, shoot-em-up ride that’s fun for all ages. Castle of Chaos brings you into a wild continuous 5D adventure where you’re seated but you feel like you’re moving through a whole new reality. Armed with your laser blaster, you’ll compete for the highest score. You’re surrounded at every turn by howls, screeches, crashes, rushing water, and so much more that makes you feel like you’re really inside the game. Winners are shown on the screen at the end of every ride. This delightfully intense experience – with up to 400 movements per second – will leave you shaking with excitement and ready for more!
Note: Children under 4 may not ride Castle of Chaos.

Also located in the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center:

Hollywood Wax Museum
Come Play With The Stars! The world-famous Hollywood Wax Museum in the Smoky Mountains gives guests the opportunity to rub elbows with your favorite A-listers. This classic star-studded attraction lets you ham it up and take “selfies” with celebrities and be part of the Hollywood scene! Learn all about their pets, pet peeves, accomplishments, and charity work.

Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors
Are you The Chosen One? Find your way through the mirrored corridors hidden deep within the Castle of Savannah and go on a gallant adventure to rescue a princess. Team up with King Oscar, Queen Emmy, and the Wizard of the Golden Globe, and watch out for surprise curses from Ugly Hetty! Discover 288 potential turns among hundreds of mirrored walls and archways, plus several sections where you see infinite reflections in every direction.

Outbreak - Dread the Undead
An experiment gone wrong has turned military test subjects into throngs of the undead. You'll shriek your way through the ransacked biotech lab and basement where zombie infection is rampant and aerosol attacks are unpredictable. Can you make it through and help prevent a worldwide viral outbreak? Find out at Outbreak - Dread the Undead.

Tripster Customer Reviews

5 Reviews
Tripster Customer
Gainesville, GA
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Exciting and Thrilling"
July 2019
My husband & I are in our fifties and absolutely loved this thrilling 5D simulator. We chose the Carnival theme and it was so realistic- it felt as if though I was really at a carnival on the rides especially the roller coaster scene to the point to where I actually laid my head down on my husband's shoulder and closed my eyes screaming until the next scene. There is a laser blaster, and it is exciting to shoot the "creepy" things that come toward you from the screen. This is a very realistic experience and an exciting thing to do. We definitely would do this again!
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Harmony King
Newport, MI
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Must do"
August 2018
The warewolf at castle of chaos was riveting and so much fun. I would highly recommend.
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brian s
1 Review
February 2016
This review is for the "4D" thing. An adult ticket is $15 in person. The exterior and lobby looks convincingly decent though empty - good enough to draw you in and get you to buy the ticket. Unfortunately, that's the best of it. The "ride" is just about 5 minutes. You sit on a platform that spins around to face one of a few screens. There are cheap "4D" effects thrown in (eg. stuff poking your butt, or midgets under the seats, etc.). The people working it clearly don't want to be there or interact with you, at all. The guy looked like they dragged a mechanic in from some shop, presumably because the ride breaks constantly (which seems correct, based on recent reviews).

Then the program they probably bought pre-packaged starts, skipping the intro and having audio issues, so you don't really know what the storyline is or what you're supposed to do. You have a gun and there are things flying at you, so I guess you're supposed to shoot them. Whatever registers the "points" doesn't work. Then the graphics lag terribly, because at $15/ticket, they apparently couldn't be bothered to buy a sub-$1,000 computer that anyone who plays computer games would have. They probably spent all the money on the exterior to draw you in. Anyway, so the thing freezes and there are bats stuck on the screen, but the audio still plays. Then you see a Windows desktop's wallpaper. Really? Yes, that's how chaotically awful the "Castle of Chaos" was.

Seriously - read all the negative reviews before you decide to waste your life here. I don't know how it got so many positive ones - but I feel they weren't gained through legitimate means. The whole thing reeked of a crappy fly-by-night operation that popped up because someone realized they could make a profit after buying equipment for some game on ebay, and it somehow still exists - probably because they threw enough money at advertising and a decent web site. Someone else paid for my ticket, and I still felt like I was ripped off. It's not even worth the $3-$4 extra when added onto the wax museum/mirror maze thing. I was with a group and didn't want to make a stink out of it, otherwise I would've demanded a refund or tickets to one of the other attractions, and I'm not one to ever do that.
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Lisa Knopsnyder
Somerset, PA
24 Reviews
Verified Traveler
October 2015
Too intense for younger people. My daughter hated scene was bugs everywhere, gross
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Sherry Ballard
Chickamauga, GA
4 Reviews
Verified Traveler
April 2015
Three teen boys really enjoyed it
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Frequently Asked Questions about Castle of Chaos Pigeon Forge

What is involved in the attraction?
The ride combines 3D film, ride motions, and video game concepts and effects for a one-of-a-kind experience in Pigeon Forge.

Is this attraction good for children?
The nature of this ride includes sharp movements in a secured chair, frightening imagery, and near or total darkness. Riders are immersed into the ride through sights, sounds, smells, and touch. Parents, please accompany your child on the ride or make a judgment call regarding your child’s participation in the attraction. Children must be over the age of 4 in order to ride.

Where is Castle of Chaos located?
Castle of Chaos is located at 106 Showplace Boulevard, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863.

When is the attraction open?
Castle of Chaos opens at 9:00 am and closes at 10:00 pm or later.

Is there a number I can call for more questions and information?
Please call the phone number listed on your voucher or ticket for more information.