This October 24, the Claybough Plaza Center in Branson, MO will be host to the first annual Ozark Mountain Monopoly Tournament. This exciting new edition to Branson is sponsored by the Stone County OACAC, officially sanctioned by Hasbro, and provides Branson visitors and locals alike with a competitive way to enjoy themselves. The tournament is currently set to last two 90 minute rounds and features a $30 entry fee and minimum age requirement of 14.
Those interested in learning more about the Ozark Mountain Monopoly Tournament can find contact information on Branson’s official website, ExploreBranson.com.
Additionally, whether you plan on attending the Ozark Mountain Monopoly Tournament or are merely interested in the idea, the World’s Largest Toy Museum offers a fascinating look into American toy nostalgia during your next visit to Branson. Whether your interests lay in collectibles from the 1800’s, modern toys or simply the memories of your childhood, you will find a variety of items from every era on display for a thorough timeline of toys in the United States.
And while it may not be directly related to Monopoly, a visit to the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum will undoubtedly bring back childhood memories for countless Branson visitors. Throughout the museum, guests will find a unique mixture of memorabilia from Roy and Dale’s time in the spotlight and personal artifacts for a complete look into the King of Cowboys and the Queen of the West. Additionally, Roy and Dale’s son, Roy “Dusty” Rogers Jr., routinely performs with The Highriders at the museum’s Happy Trails Theater for a complete Roy Rogers and Dale Evans experience.