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Numerous exciting attractions await your group in Branson. From theme parks to museums there is something for every age group and every taste.

Area attractions include:

Titanic Branson - World's Largest Titanic Museum Attraction

Today the great Titanic lives on. A towering symbol of hope and courage recreated in all its glorious splendor in Branson. Here guests will relive the last hours of that fateful voyage. Make haunting emotional connections to passengers and crew through their words and stories. And feel their spirit presence in the galleries where over 400 personal and private artifacts are on display..

Upon entry each guest will be handed a boarding pass bearing the name of a Titanic passenger. The fate of this passenger will be revealed on the Memorial Wall. Along the way powerful emotions will surface as guests...

  • Walk an elegant replica of the Titanic's Grand Staircase
  • Touch the frozen surface of an 'iceberg'
  • Feel the chill of that fateful "Starry Night"
  • See the world's largest Titanic ship's model on display
  • Stand on the mighty ship's bridge and hear the Captain's commands
  • View life onboard, see a First Class Stateroom & Third Class cabin
  • Explore world-class gallery rooms with rare historical artifacts
  • Try to send an SOS signal from the ship's wireless room
  • View an exclusive exhibit of the only known interior & exterior Titanic photos

Titanic Attraction at a Glance: As you step through the iceberg into the world of the TITANIC your guests will be given a passenger boarding ticket. On this ticket is the name of an actual Titanic passenger and the class they were traveling. Guests will learn the individual stories & in the Titanic Memorial Room they will find out whether their ticketed passenger survived or perished.

Throughout the exhibit Titanic, guests will see twenty different rooms including:

  • Launch & shipyard
  • See an 18 ft. titanic model
  • Experience third class
  • Walk the Grand Staircase
  • Feel the emtion of first class
  • Interact in the bridge area
  • Feel 28 degree water
  • Touch an iceberg
  • Interactive area for young people
  • All 400 artifacts relate to a passenger or crew member; each artifact has an individual story

Web Site: www.titanicbranson.com/group-sales

 

WELCOME TO THE BRANSON AUTO & FARM MUSEUM

The Branson Auto Museum was purchased by Mr. Maurice F. Wilder in 2011 after he fell in love with a car at the museum and purchased it. Later, the owners approached him and asked if he would be interested in purchasing the entire museum! Ever since, there has been no looking back. The museum was completely rebuilt in 2013/14 after a devastating tornado in February of 2012. It was rebuilt into a 90,000 square foot building, with one half dedicated to classic & antique automotive history and the other half to farming implements and equipment history. Therefore the name was changed to The Branson Auto & Farm Museum.

Mr. Wilder grew up in the Midwest farming community which led to his very successful lifelong career in farming and ranching, among many other business ventures. Most of the vehicles are for sale and we are always looking for interesting cars and tractors to add to the collection.

PLEASE CALL OUR BOX OFFICE - 417-335-2600

Group Pricing Available

Web Site: http://www.bransonmuseum.com/

 

 

The World's Largest Toy Museum

Remembering your childhood has never been so much fun! The World's Largest Toy Museum (Antique Toy Museum) is like Christmas morning every day! Rediscover the joy of your favorite toys and reminisce about childhood heroes such as Shirley Temple, Tom Mix, and Groucho Marx. You'll find toys as old as the 1800's and as new as Star Wars, as tiny as a thimble and as big as a genuine, full-size Rolls Royce. There are thousands of toys including dolls and doll house furniture, toy cars and trucks, action figures, die cast toys, antique bicycles, die cast cars Elvis display, farm toys, General Lee, John Deere, Johnny Lightning, Kaleidoscopes, Tin toys, Toy trains, Wind-up toys, Toy tractors, and cap guns. The toy museum has toys on display dating from the Civil War period to present day. Our guests travel down memory lane when viewing the Barbie dolls, Ms. Beasley, Board Games such as Break the Bank & Clue, Cushman motorcycles, B-B guns, and Cap Pistols. We feature over one hundred antique toy trains, Antique Toy Tractors, Doll Buggies, and Pop Guns as well as the old character toys such as Howdy Doody, Popeye, Buffalo Bob, Power Rangers, Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. Thousands of other treasures from yesteryear are here to bring back treasured memories. Experience the memories: Remember back to when you played with your grandpa's old toys. In our Gift Shoppe, we specialize in re-creations of the older toys.

A minimum of 15 paid tickets is required to receive group rates (combo ticket which includes the Harold Bell Wright Museum). Contact Tom Beck at 417.332.1499 or aantique@centurytel.net for more information.
Web Site: www.worldslargesttoymuseum.com

 

Imax® Entertainment Complex

Big Screen! Big Shopping! Big Food! Big Live Shows! Giant-screen IMAX Adventures including “Ozarks Legacy & Legend,” a Branson Exclusive. Either before or after the show, treat your group to Ozark recipes and hospitality at McFarlain's Restaurant. Make sure to save time for the indoor shopping mall with specialty stores, food court, video arcade, movie theaters and live performances in Branson's most unique live theatre.
Web Site: www.bransonimax.com 

Branson Tracks - Family Fun Parks

The Track Family Fun Parks are the fastest way for your family to have fun together in Branson Missouri. Wooden or classic go-kart tracks, water blaster-equipped bumper boats, themed mini golf-all without an admission charge! Where kids feel like grown-ups and grown-ups act like kids!
Web Site: www.bransontracks.com 

Silver Dollar City

Silver Dollar City is one of Branson’s most popular attractions. Travel back in time to the simplicity of 1880s America where you’ll enjoy family shows, events and entertainment. The theme park includes six fabulous family festivals held April-December, 30 thrilling attractions and rides for all ages, 60 unique specialty shops, live entertainment featuring more than 40 shows daily, hundreds of craftsmen demonstrating skills in pioneer crafts and a dozen family friendly restaurants offering breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Web Site: www.bransonsilverdollarcity.com

Showboat Branson Belle

The Showboat Branson Belle offers a beautiful cruise aboard a 1890s paddlewheel riverboat. Treat your group to elegant dining, a spectacular show and a fantastic lake adventure. Journey past lush Ozark Mountains on the crystal clear waters of Table Rock Lake during the two-hour riverboat cruise and dinner show. The show features Showstoppers, an exciting production starring a tremendously talented cast showcasing over 30 award-winning numbers. Choose from three cruise times: noon, early dinner or evening dinner.
Web Site: www.showboatbransonbelle.com 

White Water

Take your group to the tropics this summer at Branson's premier water park, the ultimate destination for fun in the sun! Get wild and crazy or just plain lazy with the area's largest variety of water rides. From water-blasters and super-soakers to speed slides and a surfing wave pool this white water theme park features the largest selection of water rides and activities in the Branson area. There are 12 wet and “waterful” attractions appropriate for all ages.
Web Site: www.bransonwhitewater.com 

The Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Theatre

Millions of visitors have experienced the legend - the homestead and drama that bring to life the early 1900s Ozark region immortalized by novelist Harold Bell Wright in his epic story of love, loss, power, hardship and the true meaning of life. Along with the nightly performance of “The Shepherd of the Hills,” daily activities include historical tours, horseback riding, Inspiration Tower, music, crafters, shopping and much more.
Web Site: www.theshepherdofthehills.com/outdoor 

The Ralph Foster Museum at College of the Ozarks

The museum is located two miles south of Branson at the College of the Ozarks campus on Point Lookout. The primary focus of the museum is to collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit items relating to the Ozarks region including antiques, weapons and artifacts. One of the most famous items exhibited is the original vehicle used in the TV series “The Beverly Hillbillies.”
Web Site: www.rfostermuseum.com 

The Veterans Memorial

Web Site: www.veteransmemorialbranson.com 

The Hollywood Wax Museum

Web Site: www.hollywoodwax.com 

Ride the Ducks

Web Site: www.bransonducks.com

   

 

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