Branson Area Reviews
Baldknobbers open 55th season
The Baldknobbers opened their 55th season February 28, 2014 with a new line-up of music, costumes and comedy.
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Still trying to get over the harsh winter blues? Tax season got you down? Perhaps free tickets to The Haygoods’ show, Titanic Museum, or Adventure Ziplines might be just what you need. Now, there’s some good news to help get you into the spring spirit!
Blakely Webb’s passion for horseback riding inspires Webb Riding ...
Horseback riding requires so much more than simply climbing on the back of a horse and riding off into the sunset. Riding instructor Blakely Webb will attest to that. Horseback riding is like an art – and like most art forms, it takes practice.
Forte Theatre Productions creating ‘loud’ buzz in community
You may not have heard of Forte Theatre Productions, but chances are you soon will - if you haven’t already.
About Branson, Missouri
With an area of only 20 square miles and a population of just over 10,000, Branson, Missouri may sound like your average Midwest town. But don't let its modest size fool you. Branson has come a long way from its roots as a small community nestled in the Ozark Mountains.
Branson's convenient location in the heart of America is just one of many contributing factors to its rise in popularity. In fact, with over 7.5 million visitors each year, Branson is one of the nation's most popular vacation destinations! And with such a huge variety of things to see and do, it's no wonder visitors come back year after year.
Whether you're drawn to the Branson area for its shows, attractions, dining, and shopping or simply its pristine lakes and rolling hillsides, Branson, Missouri has it all. Including over 50 theaters in Branson (totaling more theater seats than Broadway), theme parks, museums, and tons of other exciting attractions, hundreds of restaurants with every type of cuisine, three outlet shopping malls, and more.
For the outdoor enthusiast, the Branson area boasts two gorgeous lakes with some of the best bass and trout fishing available. Boating, parasailing, swimming, scuba diving, and jet skiing are other popular activities. Those who'd prefer to stay on dry land can try their swing at one of 13 world-class golf courses or even take a walk or trail ride through the beautiful countryside.
The Branson, MO area is also home to a variety of seasonal festivals and events. Craft festivals like Plumb Nellie Days Hillbilly Festival and Craft Show held annually in May and car shows like the Super Summer Cruise held each August, provide fun-filled activities for a whole weekend. Patriotic events like Women's Veterans Week in May and Veteran's Homecoming in November draw thousands to the Branson area for a week's worth of events. One of Branson's best-known festivals, Branson Fest (held in April), allows visitors to sample a variety of live shows and restaurant fare from one convenient location.