Branson Vacations & Travel Packages!
Branson is a city in Taney County, Missouri, United States. It is also known as a ‘family-friendly Las Vegas’ because it offers numerous shows and attractions amidst a stunning backdrop of flashy decorations and blazing neon lights. The city is nicknamed ‘the live music show capital of the world’ because it is home to over 50 live entrainment venues, and it would well worth of your time to check out a few during your Branson vacations. Branson is also a launching pad for some authentic excursions into the wild and the three lakes that are situated on the state border. These lakes together offer a stunning combination of picture-perfect scenery and outdoor recreations (like hiking, sightseeing, hunting, skin diving, fishing, and swimming.
If you want to save big on ticket prices avoid last minute rush, you can opt for Branson vacation packages. They are a great new way to enjoy your vacation to the fullest! It is best to visit Branson during the winter season from November and December. The temperature ranges from 50 to 60 deg F, and coupled with Christmas and New Year celebrations that are underway, there’s little more you could ask for!
Places of interest in Branson
Silver Dollar City
Opened in 1960 and modeled on a traditional late 19th century outlook, the Silver Dollar City is a famous theme park in Branson. It flaunts a host of family friendly recreation activities that are spread across its ten distinct areas or ‘districts.’ An impossible to miss attraction here is the American Plunge in which riders are seated in a wet boat, straddled to the seat and then experience a drop into a 50-foot deep water reservoir at a thrilling speed of 35 miles an hour.
Opened to the public in 2006, Titanic Museum is the world’s largest museum attraction. This two-story museum is a half-scaled replica of the Titanic and is home to 400 artifacts that are neatly spread across 20 galleries.
Branson Scenic Railroad
Branson Scenic Railroad is a heritage railroad in Branson and it was built as the White River Railway from 1902 to 1905. It operates several vintage railroad equipments (like two dome cars and a dining car) that depart from downtown Branson and to the scenic Ozark Mountains to include a nearly 40-mile round trip. Visitors are also offered nightly dinner trips and a Polar Express tour in November and December.