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Hamners' Variety Theater
Tap into Branson's famous entertainment with a family-friendly performance at Hamners' Variety Theater. Expect to find multiple acts gracing the stage, from magic performances to variety shows and country music tribute acts—all under one roof. The shows run throughout the year.
Hughes Brothers Theatre
The Hughes Brothers Theatre in Branson, Missouri is a home away from home for the illustrious Hughes Brothers, musicians who both manage the landmark theater and perform in many of the shows. Catch their award-winning performance, or see the other musical shows hosted here, including a gospel supergroup and a contemporary vocal band.
Branson Scenic Railway
The Branson Scenic Railway is a unique vintage-train experience that takes passengers through the Ozark foothills beginning at the historic 1906 depot in downtown Branson, Missouri. The narrated ride brings the area’s past to life, and also details local wildlife and the railroad’s role in the history of the Ozarks.
Little Opry Theater
Branson’s country music lovers find some of the best music in the region at the 210-seat Little Opry Theatre. The intimate performing arts space stages everything from original shows to classic tributes such as the Glen Campbell Songbook.
Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center Branson
Travelers who want to brush elbows with the rich and famous don’t have to venture to LA, New York or Hollywood Hills. In fact, they can do so in the heart of America’s Midwest at Branson’s Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center. Jam-packed with hundreds of life-like wax figures of famous celebrities from the big screen, this destination is an ideal spot for families looking for a bit of fun and a taste of something different.Visitors can learn what it takes to create one of these impressive figures (hint: three months and seven artists!), explore galleries filled with the rich and famous, and even have their pictures taken in some of the most iconic Hollywood film and tv sets around!Travelers who are short on time but still want to see it all can opt for skip-the-line tickets options for a fast track to the life-like exhibits and displays.
Branson's Promised Land Zoo
As you pass by rare primates, towering giraffes, and striped zebras, you might forget that you’re in Missouri, when you visit Branson'sPromised Land Zoo. Perfect for a family outing or a chance to unplug, the zoo offers intimate animal encounters that are sure to please curious kids and animal-loving adults alike.
Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex
With numerous entertainment options, from movies and live performances to great shopping, Branson's IMAX Entertainment Complex offers something for everyone. Highlights include a larger-than-life IMAX theater, diverse eateries, and the Little Opry Theatre, where you can find some of Branson's best performers gracing the stage.
King's Castle Theatre
Located in Branson, the King’s Castle Theatre is named after owner and theater producer David King. Formerly the Bobby Vinton Theatre and the Branson Variety Theatre, the venue has hosted some of the biggest and most popular acts to appear in Branson. It’s well-known for the high quality and production of its shows.
Branson's Wild World
Branson's Wild World is part aquarium, part zoo, and part theme park—all under one roof. Kid-friendly activities include mini-golf and 3D movies, while animal lovers of all ages find creatures such as wolves and sharks. With its convenient location, Wild World is a great indoor destination for the whole family.
Jim Stafford Theatre
With numerous live venues in the city's Theatre District, Branson has a well-deserved reputation as a regional entertainment hub. The Jim Stafford Theatre stands as one of the more popular venues, where visitors can see Jim Stafford's classic stage show—which combines music and comedy—or tribute shows.
The 76 Strip (also known as Country 76 or the Branson Strip) is the center of activity in Branson, Missouri. It sprung to life in the late 1960s, when the Presley Family first established a permanent show and were soon joined by the Baldknobbers, a musical group named after outlaws who once frequented the Ozarks. The Strip’s transformation to become a major tourist destination began in the 1980s when the Roy Clark Celebrity Theater opened and started to lure major country music stars to Branson. By the 1990s, it had gained a reputation as the “live music capital of the entire universe.”The 76 Strip now features a variety of theme restaurants, amusement parks, shopping areas, hotels and more than 100 theaters, including ones owned by major stars such as Andy Williams, Dick Clark and Dolly Parton. Theaters and attractions worth checking out include Andy Williams’ Moon River Theater, Spirit of the Dance, the Twelve Irish Tenors, Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Grill and Theater, the Titanic Museum, the Jim Stafford Theater, the Grand Palace Theater and Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Staying at a hotel along the Strip will provide you easy access to some of the best entertainment that Branson has to offer.
Jerry Presley's God and Country Theatre
From country and soul to classic rock and roll tribute shows, there's diverse live entertainment on two stages at Jerry Presley's God and Country Theatre, owned by Elvis Presley's cousin. Visit the theater, located on Branson's busy 76 Strip, to see one or more of its 15 different shows.
Andy Williams Performing Arts Center & Theatre
Set among 16 acres (6 hectares) in Branson, Missouri, the Andy Williams Performing Arts Center & Theatre is an architectural gem and a landmark theater. The state-of-the-art facility hosts a wide variety of live shows, including music, magic, variety shows, and the ever-popular annual Andy Williams Ozark Mountain Christmas Show.
Acrobats Theatre in Branson, Missouri, is home to the Acrobats of China show, a unique entertainment unlike any other in town. See performances filled with traditional acrobatics, including ball tricks, aerial displays, and hoop diving, presented by troupes from mainland China in an engaging, family-friendly program.