Family Passes Available for Many Branson Shows

Bald Knobbers ComediansNoah the Musical is one of the latest show offerings on BransonShows.com that features a family pass ticket package. This money-saving feature includes two adult tickets and two child tickets, all for approximately $120, which is a savings up to almost $60 if visitors were to buy their tickets separately.

Noah the Musical at Sight and Sound Theater has quickly become one of Branson’s most popular shows, attracting visitors of all ages to its spectacular theater. Noah the Musical is a dramatic presentation of one of the Bible’s most well-known stories, Noah and the Ark. This production features live animals, an on-stage ark, and an extensive set. You can purchase your Noah the Musical Family Pass here. The show takes place at the Sight and Sound Theatre, which has become known for the brilliant shows, including the Miracle of Christmas, it has produced.

Other Branson shows that offer family passes include Yakov Smirnoff, Yakov’s Moscow Circus, Baldknobber’s Jamboree Show, Peter Pan the Musical, 50s at the Hop, Amazing Pets, Hamner Barber Variety Show, and Comedy Jamboree. Each family pass differs, so check each show’s page to find the specific details of the family pass. However, each pass is a great deal that offers significant savings. Also, some family passes are only available for the summer season.

For all of your Branson entertainment, activity, and lodging needs, check out the selection at BransonShows.com or call 1-800-987-6298.

3 thoughts on “Family Passes Available for Many Branson Shows”

  1. The family passes in the area are really cool. When my fam is down we def take BIG advantage of all these savins

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