King's Castle Theatre
Ways to visit King's Castle Theatre
The exterior of the King’s Castle Theatre, extensively rebuilt following a 2012 tornado, evokes a castle, and its interior continues the royal theme. With more than 1,450 seats, the theater features dynamic state-of-the-art sound and lighting, ideal for a wide variety of shows, from musicals to dance and variety shows. To best experience the theater, attend one of the many performances held here. Some shows sell out, so it’s best to book tickets in advance.
Things to know before you go to King's Castle Theatre
The King’s Castle Theatre has a gift shop and concessions shop.
The theater is wheelchair-accessible.
A new lineup of shows is featured every year.
Save your ticket for discounts on future shows at the theater.
How to get to King's Castle Theatre
Located in the center of Branson, along the main Highway 76 strip, the King’s Castle Theatre can be accessed via Wildwood Drive or Green Mountain Drive. Free parking is available on-site.
When to visit King's Castle Theatre
The King’s Castle Theatre hosts performances just about every day. Some days there are multiple performances of the same show, while other days feature several different shows. Showtimes change on a regular basis, so check the schedule and book in advance to avoid disappointment.
A successful theater producer from England, David King purchased the King’s Castle Theatre from Bobby Vinton. He continues to produce musical, theater, and dance shows, including up to five productions per year for the King’s Castle Theatre, along with special shows during the holiday season.
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