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All reviews knife making pony shoe old mill blacksmith shop treasure forever unique opportunity whole process these guys awesome experience once in a lifetime cool experience highlight of our trip kids and adults a lot of fun railroad spike horseshoe
We come to Pigeon Forge all the time. I’ve never met anyone as rude as the lady at the counter. She told my teen daughter to hurry and pick something if she wanted to make one. We were there for only a couple of minutes...More
My husband and I have been down in the area several times and only stumbled upon this place on our most recent trip. My husband made the horseshoe knife and had a great time. Of course the finishing work was done by the pros but...More
Went there to watch a few minutes thought I might buy a few things but before I got a chance to my five year old was jumping like any five year old boy would and the Robby guy raised his voice and got onto to...More
I secretly made a reservation for my husband to take a lesson on how to forge a railroad spike into a knife at Iron Mountain Metal Craft on 9/1. We both loved it! Everyone was very friendly. My husband said each person explained to him...More
I do NOT think this is worth it! The Lady and young man in the office were NOT friendly at all. I had made reservations wks before for 6 of us. Told the lady on the phone that I wanted to do the cross and...More
Very unique experience- bucket list kind of thing. It took less than a half an hour, but that was probably enough. For what you pay, I was expecting a little longer process, but the end result was awesome and you definitely have a hand in...More
We stumbled onto this little activity totally by accident. Noticed some neat knives in a little shop and asked an employee about them. He told us we could make our own knife right next door. We headed right over and booked a lesson. The guys...More
To be honest I didnt buy anything here or make my own knife but the prices were reasonable and its definetly on our to do list next time we visit. I seen kids and grown men taking the class and the teachers really seemed to...More
Response from lisa24chevy | Reviewed this property |
prices vary depending on what you pick--the smaller easier items are less expensive. I believe our family of 4 (kids 13 and 10) did it for around 50-60 total for 4 pieces. Very fun. Well worth it. Something different.