Did you know July is Family Reunion Month? Maybe you’ve already had your family reunion recently or maybe you’re in the process of getting one together; either way, Branson is less than a day’s drive away from half the country’s population, making it an ideal spot for a family get together. With dozens of hotels, attractions and shows, everyone in your family is bound to have a blast in Branson.
Branson Shows will provide you with customized group packages and a specialized group agent to talk you through your options and make sure your trip is planned with ease and accuracy.
As mentioned below, there are a variety of lodging options, places to eat, shows to see and attractions to visit during your stay in Branson, but to browse a complete list, visit http://www.bransonshows.com/.
If your family has a large number of children, consider staying at Castle Rock Resort and Indoor Waterpark for clean and spacious rooms complete with amenities like indoor and outdoor pools, water slides, and a lazy river. It’s also just two miles from Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.
The Suites at Fall Creek features a hotel spa and golf course for the adults while also catering to the kids with a mini golf course and onsite basketball courts. Highly recommended by previous travelers, outdoor community barbecue grills, onsite basketball courts, a clubhouse and fitness center make this hotel one of the best lodging choices for you and your family.
Jonah is one of Branson’s most exciting shows, especially for families. Experience the biblical story of God’s prophet as he travels to Nineveh to deliver the people that took his own father’s life. You can even take a behind-the-scenes tour!
The Baldknobbers Jamboree Show was the first show in Branson, making it a must-see for any newcomers to the area. Experience the show that started it all with a variety of comedy, music and family fun.
Spend a day with the entire family at Silver Dollar City. Try the newest coaster, Outlaw Run, taste the delicious succotash, experience one of the 40 live shows performed daily or visit Marvel Cave, first discovered by the Osage Indians in the early 1500’s. With several summer festivals going on as well, there’s definitely no lack of fun things to do here.
For an anything-but-ordinary tour of the town, Ride the Ducks through the streets of Branson and then splash into Lake Taneycomo for an informative and entertaining journey through both the land and water of Branson.
Dick’s Five and Dime is one of those places you just have to visit every time you’re back in Branson. Browse aisle after aisle of everyday items, children’s gifts, collectibles and so much more at this old-fashioned five and dime shop in Historic Downtown Branson. Guaranteed, this place will become a family favorite.
The Branson Landing is home to a variety of unique shops, restaurants and entertainment, especially during the summer months. Head down to Branson Landing Blvd. for a day’s worth of fun.
Mel’s Hard Luck Diner is a fun, family restaurant that is unique to Branson. Enjoy fantastic diner food as your enthusiastic servers entertain you with their incredible vocal talents.
Dine on a delicious four-course meal while partaking in a friendly competition between riders as they challenge each other in carriage races, barrel racing and more. Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede has been called Branson’s most fun place to eat and it is sure to create some memories that will last a lifetime.