Often called the "Live Entertainment Capitol of the World," Branson, Missouri is home to some of the best entertainment in the country. Located in the rural Midwest Branson is a rare gem of excitement and family-friendly attractions. With 3 lakes, over 100 live shows, 200 places to stay and 250 places to eat, no one in your group will be bored.
If what you seek is entertainment, you've come to the right city. There are 52 theaters in Branson including the Dutton Family Theater, Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theatre, Andy Williams Moon River Theater, the Shoji Tabuchi Theater, and many more. Some of these include such shows as The Legends in Concert, the illusionist Rick Thomas, and the amazing Shoji Tabuchi Show.
For something a little different, Branson offers theme parks such as Silver Dollar City and White Water. Both have special accommodations for large groups to ensure a spectacular getaway. If award winning roller coasters and water slides aren't your thing, head over to one of the many museums like Ripley's Believe It or Not, or for something more historic, the Titanic Museum. The historic district of Branson is also something you don't want to miss. Tours are offered for individuals and groups, leading you through ghost tours, ushering you around historic downtown on a trolley, or through town and over water on the Ride the Ducks tour.
If what you desire is a relaxing retreat, you might want to check out Branson's horseback riding tours, the golf courses, or maybe some of their fine spas, excellent restaurants, and wineries. The three lakes surrounding the city are perfect for a nice day at the beach, swimming, boating or fishing.
Whatever your motivation for visiting Branson, there will never be a shortage of things to do. The only problem will be deciding on what to do first.