Branson’s Got Attractions Galore!

Rides, Museums, Theme Parks, Shopping and More

branson-hero-sdc-jpgBranson attractions draw millions of visitors from across the U.S. each year to some pretty amazing, family-fun attractions! Must-see Branson attractions include a day of fun at Silver Dollar City, a family-fun theme park filled with over 30 thrilling rides, 40 live shows with top-notch entertainment, and a range of restaurants. Built on the foundations of a genuine 1880s mining town, this replica of the original is also home to traditional artisans and craftsmen working with glass, leather, wood, pottery and more, who demonstrate their craft using age-old techniques.

Discover the Amazing World of Robert Ripley
Ripley’s Believe or Not® Museum in downtown Branson is hard to miss. The 12,000 square-foot “Odditorium” is housed in a building designed to appear damaged by a big quake that struck the area back in 1812. Inside, eight galleries house an ever-changing collection of over 450 unique artifacts from around the world, plus amazing artwork, lots of hand-on interactive displays and a very cool spinning vortex tunnel. Everyone in the family will enjoy this one!

Explore the RMS Titanic
With painstaking detail, the interior of the RMS Titanic was recreated at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson. Visitors enter as “passengers” and experience first-hand what it was like to roam the hallways, parlors, cabins and Grand staircase of the Titanic. Touch a real iceberg, immerse your hand in 28-degree water, and try to stand on sloping decks in a virtual experience of one of history’s most well-known tragedies.

Shop ‘Til You Drop
Enjoy waterfront shopping plus wonderful dining and entertainment options at Branson Landing, home to over 100 specialty stores and restaurants located on the waterfront of beautiful Lake Taneycomo in downtown Branson. Take a break from shopping and enjoy a waterfront boardwalk stroll to the town square, where a spectacular choreographed fountain display merges water, fire, light and music into a soaring interplay of 120-foot high arcs of shooting water!