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Although Branson is the music show capital of the Midwest and has a reputation for a country and western twang, it also has its share of oldies and rock-impersonators plus fascinating live shows for all tastes.
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Discover entertaining performances like Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Theater, wild west reenactments like Shepherd of the Hills, and historic Mississippi River paddleboat at Branson Belle Dinner Theater.
Branson is home to oddities and histories too. The Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum houses a mix of unbelievable but true oddity exhibits. The history continues with reenactors of 19th Century life at Silver Dollar City Amusement Park where you can watch reenactors make the essentials necessary to live in the 19th century. The history continues with the Titanic Museum exhibit which houses recovered relics from the lives of those lost on the ill-fated voyage.
Ride in amphibious vehicles used during WWII to land troops onto European and Asian shores. Plunge right into the waters of Table Rock Lake with a huge splash and watch how the vehicle moves around the lake like a boat.
Branson can get even wilder – Silver Dollar City has many hair-raising theme park rides like the Wildfire and splashing rides like American Plunge with an adrenaline-pumping 5-story drop. Silver Dollar City is home to more attractions – Marvel Cave – where you can descend 500 feet from the surface to a cave at a constant temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
The entrance of the Cathedral Room is the largest cave entrance room in the U.S. Branson is home to more thrilling fun like half a dozen zip-line rides - Wolfe Mountain, Indian Point, Adventure Ziplines, 76 Flylines, just to name a few.
Shopping is another Branson draw and the area doesn’t disappoint. Get your shopping on at high-end boutiques and upper-crust brands at the Branson Landing. Shop at Branson Craft Mall or look for the best deals at the Tanger Outlet Mall.