Titanic Edwardian Christmas Celebration

Celebrate an Edwardian Christmas at the Branson Titanic

Step back into the early 1900s and celebrate the holidays just as it would have been celebrated back then. Step through the front doors of Branson’s Titanic attraction and discover the magical Edwardian celebration that awaits you inside. This incredible museum is completely wrapped in glittering garlands and filled with gorgeously decorated trees to the delight […]

Dixie Stampede

Demand for Dixie Stampede Dinner Show Continues to Grow

Branson’s Dixie Stampede Dinner Show has announced an important milestone: the first ever 5th show added to the holiday schedule. An extra 10 a.m. show was added to the December 13 schedule this year, proving just how much of a demand there is for Christmas at Dixie Stampede. During the holiday season, the show features […]

Glass of wine

A Branson Landmark: Stone Hill Winery

Did you know Stone Hill Winery in Branson is the oldest and most awarded winery in Missouri? With three different locations in the state, Stone Hill Winery consistently upholds the standards of producing high quality wines, providing incredible customer service and educating the public on the history of the company and production processes. History Stone […]

Shoji Tabuchi

Shoji to Return for 27th Year in Branson

For those of us who have seen Shoji Tabuchi in concert, seeing him leave Branson for the winter season is very saddening but luckily, he’ll be back in April to kick off his 27th year in Branson! A veteran entertainer, talented violinist Shoji Tabuchi has been awing audiences with his incredible talent and enthusiasm. Onstage […]

Coats for Kids

Benefit Concert Gives Back to the Branson Community

Gift of Hope Inc., a nonprofit organization, is partnering with Dance Branson School of the Arts to present a special Coats for Kids Christmas Concert tomorrow at Jackie B. Goode’s Uptown Cafe. The event will feature Dance Branson School of the Arts vocal students and Bucky Heard, a local Branson performer who has shared the […]

Meet Santa at Bass Pro Shop

Santa Sightings in the Ozarks

If you have young kids there’s no doubt you’re probably on the lookout for Santa all over the Ozarks. Luckily, he’s making appearances in several locations near Branson where you can easily take your kids to meet him and tell him all about their wish lists. Check out some of these convenient locations in the […]


Get Cozy at the Gazebo Inn

The other day I drove past the Gazebo Inn and just had to do a double take. That hotel has to be one of the coziest and inviting lodging options I’ve seen on Branson’s strip, especially during the holiday season. The banisters are all wrapped tightly with garland and dazzling Christmas lights snake their way […]

Doug Gabriel

See One of Branson’s Finest: The Doug Gabriel Show

This week I had the opportunity to experience the Doug Gabriel Show and I definitely wasn’t prepared for the high-energy performance this cast provided. This show is absolutely packed with great music, family-friendly humor and one group of very talented musicians. With a variety of music and fast paced transitions, this show appeals to all ages so […]

Revollusionists member Jackson Rayne

Jackson Rayne Surpasses Previous World Record

Last Wednesday I blogged about one of The Revollusionists‘ members Jackson Rayne attempting to break a Guinness World Record at the Music City Centre in Branson. Remember that? Well … he did it! Rayne not only succeeded in breaking the world record of 49 straight jacket escapes in one hour, but he surpassed it and […]


Find the Perfect Gift at Branson Quilts

If someone on your Christmas gift list this year is a quilter or enjoys the simple, old-fashioned beauty of a well-made quilt, stop by one of the Branson Quilts locations in town and you might just find a beautiful gift for that special someone. Branson Quilts features a variety of colors and styles of quilts […]


A Look Inside the Dewey Short Visitor Center

Table Rock Dam is one of Branson’s most impressive man-made attractions boasting an impressively large stature and a fascinating history. The dam is 6,423 feet long and stands 252 feet above the riverbed. It was built for hydroelectric power, water supply and to prevent flooding of the Ozarks that could potentially destroy thousands of businesses […]


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