There are a lot of fun and exciting things to do while staying at the Lodges at Table Rock!
There is so much to see and do in the Branson area for visitors of all ages either on land at a world-class theme park, on the water at Table Rock Lake aboard a dinner cruise or high in the air on a helicopter ride. Adventure seekers can choose from a wide variety of authentic attractions in this Ozark Mountain destination.
Don’t miss the world-famous Silver Dollar City, voted the number-one theme park in the world by the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions. The 1880s-themed park features six exciting festivals each year, more than 100 demonstrating craftsmen, 60 unique shops, 40 live shows daily and a dozen delectable restaurants. New this year, the GIANT Swing, busts seven stories into the sky!
On another end of town, Celebration city features more than 30 rides and attractions including the eight-story high Ozark WildCat wooden roller coaster, the all new Stinger, go-karts, mini-golf, midway games, shopping, dining and entertainment for the whole family. Meet Stella, Rose and Kim, sea lions of the newest show in Branson, the Animal Planet Sea Lion Splash. You’ll also be amazed with the spectacular nightly show displaying great American moments with a massive water screen, mountainside video projections, colorful lasers and fireworks extravaganza.
Experience Shepherd of the Hills Homestead, a unique tale of the Ozark Mountain people. Based on Harold Bell Wright’s famous novel, “The Shepherd of the Hills” is celebrating 100 years of family entertainment. Guests enjoy historical tours, craftsmen, music and the 230-foot Inspiration Tower that offers breathtaking views of the Ozarks. Another vacation attraction that will take you back in time is the Branson Scenic Railway. Ride aboard restored 1940’s dome cars while enjoying snacks or a romantic prime rib dinner.
Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show is a full-scale production set in a 35,000-square-foot arena featuring stampeding longhorn steers, horses, racing pigs and ostriches. Dozens of talented singers, dancers, trick riders and costume-clad servers bring to life Dolly’s story of America.
Another famous attraction featuring dinner and a show is the Showboat Branson Belle, a grand paddle-wheel riverboat on beautiful Table Rock Lake, featuring a Broadway-style performance by the Showstoppers, acrobatic adagio by Elena & Vladim and comedy by Todd Oliver and Friends.
The Ozarks are also wine country, with three wineries, Branson Ridge Winery, Mount Pleasant Winery and Stone Hill Winery, calling Branson their home. Enjoy free tours and presentation of the winemaking craft. You can speak to wine experts and even sample a variety of wines made in the Ozarks. Don’t forget to visit each gift shop to purchase these award-winning Branson wines.
Don’t leave Branson without visiting the world’s largest TITANIC Museum attraction. This ship-shaped building displays original artifacts, ascends more than 100-feet above the Highway 76 Strip and includes replicas of the Grand Stairway.
Looking for a place to cool down during hot summer days? Visit White Water, the largest outdoor water park in the Branson area or the Splash Country Water Park. You can also relax at one of the lakefront beaches, such as the Moonshine Beach on Table Rock Lake. Don’t forget about the two other lakes, Taneycomo and Bull Shoals, which provide an abundance of fun, hiking, water-skiing and fishing.
See the Historic Downtown and the new Branson Landing from above, like you’ve never seen it before! Discover the exciting Branson Strip, Table Rock Dam and all the wonders Branson has to offer with an Ozark Mountain Helicopters tour.
courtesy of ExploreBranson.com