Experience the Year-Round Charm of Branson, MO During the Holidays
Winter may bring an overload of Christmas activities and events to Branson, and while it certainly helps to liven the already popular travel destination that that is certainly not to say that everything has to be fall under the theme of the holidays. Below, we’ve highlighted a few of the more popular options that keep to their traditional themes throughout the holidays.
Titanic – The Legend Continues offers an authentic look into the history of the Titanic through more than 400 artifacts linked to the historic passenger cruise ship. Both the Titanic itself and the many individuals who were on-board for the ill-fated voyage are explored in depth, giving both a historical and humanitarian feel to the museum and the story it tells. If you have any interest in the Titanic you simply must visit this museum at least once, though even if you barely know the story of the Titanic you can still find an interesting experience awaiting.
Let Hollywood come alive right in the heart of the Ozarks at the Hollywood Wax Museum. You’ll encounter more than 170 extremely detailed renditions of some of the most famous faces in politics, sports, movies, music and more! From confronting Don Corleone on an apartment stoop with his fellow gangsters at your side to taking a seat alongside Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show, you’ll be able to relive your favorite moments in entertainment for good times and great photo opportunities.
Roy Rogers Dale Evans Museum
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans captivated a generation of children, showing them exactly what it meant to be a cowboy and cowgirl. Through their caring characters and catchy tunes they quickly rose to the forefront of all that it was to be a western icon. And with the Roy Rogers Dale Evans Museum you’ll find an in-depth look at their lives, and the legacy they left behind. Additionally, Roy “Dusty” Rogers Jr. holds regular performances at the museum, offering the chance for a look into the lives of Roy and Dale, as well as a memorable show paying tribute to the cowboy persona that they helped to build