Branson Shows

Branson offers a wide variety of live entertainment shows for the whole family!

2018 Show lineup coming soon…

 

Dixie Stampede

Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede takes rivalry up a notch, high into the treetops, with the new “Rumble In The Treetops” lumberjack competition! The new feature showcases the strength and agility of skilled lumberjack teams as they climb, chop, saw and log roll their way through a four-event relay. Then go back in time as the North vs. the South with fast horses, high step dancing, and racing pigs while your great meal is at your fingertips – literally!

 

Motown Downtown

There is a new little theater in town, and its producing some mighty fine music in the evenings. Unlike many of the larger theaters, the Hot Hits Theater seats 85 and everyone in the audience is up close and personal with the performers.

National Tiger Sanctuary

Global Resources for Environmental Education and Nature, dba National Tiger Sanctuary is a non-for-profit organization established in 2000 to create a safe and protected environment to connect with the diversity of creation. For more information and ticket information, visit http://www.nationaltigersanctuary.org.

Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum

Over 400 Exhibits in Seven Uniquely Themed Galleries! You’re in control as you enjoy your self-guided tour of this truly amazing experience. Take as long as you like to view and examine some of the most odd and amazing collections ever assembled. Robert Ripley was considered the modern Marco Polo and the real-life Indiana Jones as he traveled the world for over forty years. “Come in…look around…and see if you Believe It or Not!”

The Titanic Museum Attraction

“Titanic Museum Attraction is not to be missed.” – USA Today

Buy tickets to Branson shows and many, many more. You can also reserve your vacation condo and enjoy nights as much as your days. Call (816) 309-9445 for reservations today!

 


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