Plumb Nellie Days

Branson, Missouri is a town of grand traditions, and Plumb Nellie Days is one tradition they’ve celebrated since the year 1960. On Plumb Nellie Days, Branson took an “anything goes attitude” and citizens were allowed to dress and act strangely without so much of a lifted eyebrow from their neighbors. Historic downtown Branson will be hosting the event this year from May 21st to May 23rd. This year, you can be a part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Plumb Nellie Days.

This year, the event is an arts and crafts festival. Come and browse through over 200 vendor’s creative works. Handmade items like quilts, wood carvings, hats, ironwork, purses, and more will be available for you to look through. Even if you choose not to buy anything, it’s fun just to take a look at what people are able to create. There will be food vendors for everyone to get refreshments from when they’re taking a break from the arts and crafts.

Branson Plumb Nellie Days are more fun than ever, so come and help celebrate this special event in May. While you’re celebrating Plumb Nellie Days, check out some of the great activities and Branson shows of the area.

6 thoughts on “Plumb Nellie Days”

  1. I love arts and crafts festivals, and I find the history of this event really interesting. I wonder if anyone still dresses and acts strangely for this day. I might have to go and check it out!

  2. I can’t believe I missed this … next year I may have to return to Branson for my birthday about a week late so I can go a little crazy with everyone!

  3. How fascinating. I wonder if they will be having Plumb Nelllie days this year. It’s interesting how far off the mark I was at what I thought it would be, even though I’m a local.

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