Get a Behind the Scenes Look at Some of Branson’s Best Entertainment

Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the curtains or how the performers prepare to bring you some of the best entertainment of your life? Experiencing one of Branson’s great shows from your seat is one thing, but getting the opportunity to go backstage is a whole other experience in itself.

If you’re looking to get up out of your seat and take your visit to Branson to the next level, check out these behind the scenes tours available to you through Branson Shows.

Behind the Scenes Sight & Sound Tour

Sight & SoundWatching the amazing productions put on by the Sight & Sound cast and crew, you only get a glimpse into the complexity of each show. With the behind the scenes tour, you’ll learn about the million watts of lights, sixty-thousand watts of sound and more than 20,000 square feet of stage that make the whole thing possible. Find out how the crew keeps the lights, sounds, stage and animals on cue, take a peek inside the scene shop to see how those gigantic and impressive sets are created and step foot onstage into the life of an actor, and discover what it’s really like to bring a Bible story to life. For tickets or more information, visit http://www.bransonshows.com/activity/JonahatSightandSoundTheatreBranson.cfm.

National Tiger Sanctuary Behind the Scenes Tour

national tigerTeam up with the staff after the Tiger Sanctuary closes for the day and experience the end-of-day feeding. See how these big cats’ food is prepared every day, help feed them and then watch them devour their dinner as they easily crunch through bones. You’ll also get an insider’s perspective on the extensive amount of care these cats require just to make sure they are provided with a high-quality, stress free environment to live in. For tickets or more information, visit

Check out these special tours for an out-of-seat, interactive experience that will give you a whole new perspective on these two Branson attractions.

 

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