Are you interested in creating a customized, unique souvenir on your next trip to Dollywood? Check out the Tin Sign Shoppe in Craftsman’s Valley! This shop offers hundreds of designs that you can personalize, allowing you to take home a one-of-a-kind treasure.
So, how does the Tin Sign Shoppe work?
- Once you arrive at the Tin Sign Shoppe, you can browse through the design book located near the cash register. The book is divided into categories such as sports signs, road signs, home décor signs and kids’ room signs, making it easier to find the perfect design for you. You can even browse around the shop itself, as many design options are printed and hanging on display. Signs come in a variety of sizes and price points, making it easier to find a sign that fits your budget.
- Once you choose a design, the host will work with you to personalize your sign. Different elements on each design are customizable, and the host will help ensure that your creation turns out exactly the way you envision it.
- Next comes the magic. Your customized sign will be printed right there! When you check out, I would suggest asking whether the sign will be printed soon. On our last visit, our sign was being printed immediately, which meant that my kids were able to watch the host enter the design information and see the giant printer create the sign through the window in the shop. They loved watching the process, and it made the sign we created feel even more special.
- You can choose to take your sign with you as soon as it’s printed. Because these signs are created on heavy gauge metal and can be bulky to carry around the park, you may wish to pick up the sign closer to the time you plan to leave. The Tin Sign Shoppe will keep the sign until you return, or you can utilize Dollywood’s package pickup option and pick up your sign at the Dollywood Emporium before you leave the park.
- Now all that’s left to do is take your personalized sign home and enjoy it! Every time you look at your one-of-a-kind piece, you can remember the fun you had creating it at Dollywood.