Fall Attractions in Branson

This time of year in Branson marks the beginning of the National Harvest Festival at Silver Dollar City which attracts over 125 of the most talented craftsmen in the country to make the largest festival of demonstrating craftsmen in the nation. This beloved festival includes a brand new Western stunt show, Western musicians and poets, a barn dance, trick horses, bull whip performances, and much more. The National Harvest Festival begins on September 13 and lasts until October 27 so there is plenty of time to bring the family for some festive fall fun. Learn how to get two days at Silver Dollar City for the price of one by clicking here.

Andy Williams Show

September also marks the beginning of an outstanding lineup at the Andy Williams Moon River Theater which includes some of Andy’s closest and most talented friends. This year is Andy Williams’s 75th year in show business, and friends such as Debbie Reynolds, Frankie Avalon, Jack Jones, Osmond Brothers, Pat & Debby Boone, Ray Stevens, and Clint Black will be starring in the Andy Williams Show. For a complete schedule of guest stars and ticket information, click here.

Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours

Now that cooler weather has arrived, take an outdoor adventure with Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours located just seven miles north of Branson at Wolfe Creek Preserve. Choose from different zip line tour options like the Ozarks Xplorer Canopy Tour, Flying Prospector Canopy Tour, or the thrilling Blue Streak Fast Line and Free Fall Xpress which includes a 100-foot free-fall! For more information about Branson Zipline and Canopy Tours, follow this link.

While in Branson, stay at a hotel that will fit your needs and budget. For a list of hotels offered in Branson, click here.

One thought on “Fall Attractions in Branson”

  1. I went this year, and it was pretty amazing. The things people can create! But, with their “Ode to the Cowboy” they had cowboy poets and story tellers, right up my ally and RP Smith had me rolling with his funny stories.

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