Silver Dollar City
Silver Dollar City is an internationally awarded 1880s-style theme park located in Branson, Missouri, that features over 40 thrilling rides & attractions, live shows & concerts, 100 resident craftsmen demonstrating America’s heritage crafts, award-winning food and 60 unique shops – all sitting atop one of Missouri’s deepest caves. World-class festivals and events are showcased from spring through Christmas - during which the park is illuminated with over 6.5 million lights! Start planning your Branson vacation today!
Hollywood Wax Museum
Hollywood Wax Museum is a landmark on Highway 76 in Branson, Missouri, the live entertainment capital of the Midwest and the only wax museum in the country devoted entirely to celebrity figures. A recent multi-million dollar renovation has brought more star power and dynamic style to the attraction, located in the Hollywood Entertainment Center on the strip. Branson visitors can now get close to some of the most famous people in show business and step right into the spotlight with icons of the silver screen, recreated so faithfully that you'd swear they are were alive.
Table Rock State Park
The hottest tourist towns in the United States, Table Rock State Park serves as Branson’s natural attraction and an outdoor recreation base camp for those wanting to take in the area’s abundant attractions. The park is also handy if you are seeking outdoor adventures. If water recreation is what you desire, State Park Marina rents everything from ski boats to paddle boards and offers all the supplies you will need for a day on the water, whether it is a relaxing day of fishing or an exciting day of skiing. You can also fly above the water on a parasail ride or explore what lies beneath the water on a scuba diving adventure. For land-based activities, take a hike or go for a bicycle ride on a paved trail or a challenging mountain biking trail.
As the whole world remembers the world’s most famous luxury liner, Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson. MO. will continue to open the door to the past in it’s one-of-a-kind way – letting “passengers” experience what it was like to walk the hallways, parlors, cabins and Grand Staircase of the Titanic while surrounded by more than 400 artifacts directly from the ship and its passengers. As visitors touch a real iceberg, walk the Grand Staircase and third class hallways, reach their hands into 28-degree water, and try to stand on the sloping decks, they learn what it was like on the RMS Titanic by experiencing it first-hand.