See the Celebrity Cars of Hollywood in Branson

Stop by Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum anytime this winter and see some of the most well-known automobiles used in the production of dozens of popular Hollywood films.

Whether you’re a car fanatic or a movie lover, the Celebrity Car Museum is a fun way to spend a dreary, cold winter day.

Step through the doors and discover a large display of unique vehicles that have been featured on the big screen like Bumblebee and Barricade from the Transformers, K.I.T.T. the talking car from the Knight Rider TV series from the 80s and the 1988 Ford Taurus featured in “Robocop 3.”

Knowledgeable staff are available throughout the museum and they love to tell interesting stories about the vehicles and how the museum acquired them.

There’s always something new to see inside Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum so stop by and check it out!

The museum is located in the lower level of Dick Clark’s American  Bandstand Theater, across the road from Dixie Stampede.

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See the One and Only Shaggin’ Wagon On Display in Branson

Fans of the 1994 hit film Dumb and Dumber — get ready to have your mind blown.

Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum currently has the not-so-smart duo’s infamous Shaggin’ Wagon on display for visitors to enjoy. It’s even for sale! So I guess if you want to drive a furry sheep dog around your hometown you can purchase this gem, which is a total chick magnet according to Harry.

The 1989 Ford Econoline Van has obviously been transformed beyond its original design, but it is the actual vehicle used during the filming of the movie.

The Shaggin’ Wagon brags the furry exterior of a sheep dog accompanied by a traditional dog nose, mouth, ears and tail. Could it get any better?

If you’ve ever had a reason to visit Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum, this is it. Stop by for some fantastic photo opportunities with the Shaggin’ Wagon and hundreds of other famous vehicles that you’ve probably seen on the big screen.

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Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum is located on the backside of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater at 1610 W. 76 Country Blvd. in Branson.


6 Ways to Make Your Guys Only Trip to Branson a Memorable One

Alright, we wrote one for the ladies so we can’t leave out the men! If you are planning a guys only trip to Branson, we want to make sure you fill it with some of the best attractions that Branson has to offer for you and your group. So consider some of the following ideas to make your group trip to Branson one of your most exciting vacation experiences.

Spend a weekend immersed in the great outdoorsCanoeing

Branson, Missouri is just about heaven for the outdoor enthusiast and the options are endless when it comes to camping, hiking, fishing and the more. If you and your group are the rugged type that enjoy free time away from the hustle and bustle of city life, check out the free camping options at Busiek State Forest. Hike through the Ozark mountains or bring your mountain bikes and bike your way through the state forest. If you have a group of fishermen, head to Lake Taneycomo, famous for its German and rainbow brown Trout, and pitch a tent there for the weekend while you fish. Boats are also available for rent at Table Rock Lake State Park if you’d rather go kayaking, canoeing or wakeboarding for the day.

Taste some of Branson’s best barbecue and burgersDanna’s BBQ and Burger Shop

A favorite of both locals and visitors alike, Danna’s BBQ and Burger Shop is a great place to chow down after a long day of sightseeing in Branson. Danna’s menu features traditional slow, hickory-smoked pork, beef, chicken, ribs and sausage as well as award-winning catfish and the original hamburgers that started the climb to fame. Outdoor seating and carry-out is also available. Hours are Monday-Saturday 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Danna’s BBQ and Burger Shop has two Branson locations: 15 Hope Way, a half mile south of Hwy. 76 on Hwy. 13, Branson West, MO and 963 St. Hwy. 165, Branson, MO.

See a show3 Redneck Tenors

Check out the 3 Redneck Tenors for some side-splitting comedy and great country music, relive classic favorites from the 1940’s to now with the Magnificent 7 Variety Show or sit back and enjoy the music and comedy skits of Larry’s Country Diner at Branson’s amazing Starlite Theatre.

Take a thrill rideBranson Zipline

Try one of Branson Zipline’s canopy tours for a new, thrilling experience. You’ll receive a ten-minute orientation before you embark on your adventure so don’t worry if you’ve never ziplined before. Soar through the sky, zip through the trees and experience the amazing beauty of the Ozarks hills from the peak of Wolfe Mountain. Branson Zipline has several different tours available for you and your group to take and your tour guide, who is course certified by Association for Challenge Course Techology certified trainers, will be with you every step of the way.

Hit the greensThousand Hills Golf Resort

Whether it’s mini golfing or regular golfing, take advantage of the many golf courses that Branson has to offer while you’re in town. Make a reservation at the  beautiful Thousand Hills Golf Resort and while you’re at it, book a stay at the Comfort Inn at Thousand Hills which overlooks the golf course for better ease and convenience during a weekend stay. Check out the two championship golf courses at Branson Creek Golf Club or try your hand at the Shoot For the Stars Mini Golf course. There’s definitely no lack of golfing options here, so all you have to do is take your pick!

Meet some celebritiesCelebrity Car Museum

Car celebrities, that is. The Celebrity Car Museum makes for a great day trip and dozens of photo ops. Featuring famous vehicles from your favorite movies and TV shows, you’ll get to hear the behind-the-scenes stories about what these cars go through during production and how it’s sometimes a miracle when they survive the filming! From the Batmobile to the Dodge Charger and Toyota Supra from The Fast and the Furious, car lovers are certain to get their fix here.

The Velvet Collection is Calling Your Name at Branson’s Celebrity Car Museum

Celebrity Car MuseumAll of those cars you see up on the big screen either don’t survive to the end of the movie’s production or they go into storage after filming. But here in Branson, you get the chance to see some of those big name celebrity cars up close and personal at the Celebrity Car Museum.

The only historical artifacts in this museum are the rubber to the road kind, like the infamous Batmobile, the 1981 DMC Delorean from “Back to the Future” and the Cadillac Limousine that carried Jackie Kennedy across the country on tour.Celebrity Car Museum

Even if you’re not an automobile fanatic, you’ll still enjoy seeing the huge variety of celebrity-owned and historic cars that you’ll recognize from your favorite TV shows and movies like The Fast and the Furious, Spiderman, Transformers, Men in Black, Breaking Bad and so many more!Celebrity Car Museum

When you visit the Celebrity Car Museum there’s no such thing as thick glass plates between you and the cars. See them up close as you browse the warehouse at your own pace, read all the interesting facts about each car, get photos with your favorite ones and hear rare, behind the scenes stories about the cars in action from knowledgeable staff.

Dick Clark’s American Band Stand TheaterThe museum hosts between 85 and 100 cars at any given time and since many of them are for sale, the variety of classics on the floor is always changing.

A trip to the Celebrity Car Museum in Branson is more than your average museum experience and you’re guaranteed to walk away with a lot more photos to add to your vacation scrapbook.

For more information, visit the Celebrity Car Museum’s Facebook page or stop by for a self-guided tour at 1600 W. Highway 76 Suite A, located near the entrance of Dick Clark’s American Band Stand Theater.