While many Dolly Parton fans may have flown away to see Dollywood in all its glory, those who are obsessed with the singer may want more.
Luckily, mega fans can jet off to Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains where they can stay in the singer’s tour bus.
The vehicle has been converted into the “Suite 1986” in Pigeon Forge, Knoxville.
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Dolly’s 45-foot motorhome comfortably sleeps two people and is decorated in the singer’s classic style – with plenty of hot pink velvet and glitter.
Two people can sleep in the glitzy motorhome and may even try on all of Dolly’s gorgeous costumes, shoes and even her guitar.
“(I) decided to retire it because I wasn’t touring that much anymore and it just was sitting there.
“And I thought this could be put to really good use.”
While many major fans will want to stay in the tour bus it does come at a cost.
The motorhome costs a minimum of $10,000 (£8,280).
But, Dolly has stated that part of the cash goes to the Dollywood Foundation which supports disadvantaged children with education programmes as well as her Imagination Library.
The superstar added: “If you’ve got money – and a lot of people do – they just want to experience that.”
Guests get to enjoy a Dollywood room that sleeps an extra four people, a full sized wig cabinet and bejewelled clothes and shoes.
The decor is a gaudy wonderland with murals on the walls.
Dolly spent months in the motorhome during her tours from 2008 to 2022.
And, she even wrote some of her songs like “Backwoods Barbie” as well as “9 to 5: the Musical” within its walls.
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On the booking website, the van is described as “the ultimate behind-the-scenes Dolly Parton experience.”
It even states: “Designed by Dolly and her sisters, the motorcoach offers a unique glimpse into Dolly’s life on the road.”
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