The Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama is a fantastic drama production for the whole family but the outdoor season is just about over with October 25 being the last show of the season.
The Shepherd of the Hills novel is one of the most widely read book in publishing history and it shares the story of how the city of Branson became what it is today.
The talented cast of performers will delight audiences with a square dance hoedown, live animals like horses, sheep and donkeys and the real lighting of a wooden cabin that burns during every performance.
This story of the Ozarks is an encouraging tale of love, compassion and forgiveness and the live reenactment is enjoyable for all ages.
Make sure to wear your heavy coats, hats and gloves during these last few performances because October’s chilly weather can be unforgiving!
The Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama is performed at the Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead at 5586 W. 76 Country Blvd., Branson, next to Inspiration Tower.
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Immerse yourself in the culture of the Ozarks while you’re in Branson with these exciting activities!
Branson’s Inspiration Tower is both a fun and educational experience for the whole family. Savor the view of the Ozarks from this 230′ tower located in the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead. You’ll be taken up to the enclosed observation deck in one of the two glass elevators, where you can snap some fantastic photos of the Branson area from above or simply enjoy the view.
While you’re there, visit the gift shop on the ground level or take the time to go on the 60-minute Historic Homestead Tour. You’ll have the chance to learn about all the history that framed Harold Bell Wright’s famous novel Shepherd of the Hills and visit historic locations like Old Matt’s Cabin, Little Pete’s Cave, the Harold Bell Wright Museum and more!
For more history and fun, check out the Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama for the theatrical version of the Shepherd of the Hills novel and learn even more about the culture of the Ozarks area.
For dinner, be transported back to the Wild West with the comedy and music of the Roundup on the Trail Chuckwagon Dinner Show while you feast on a Western-style meal.
If you’re visiting the area for the first time or if you just enjoy the entertaining and informative outdoor drama that has been performed in Branson for 55 years now, Shepherd of the Hills Homestead is one of those places that you must visit! You’re bound to appreciate Branson and all it has to offer even more after you take the time to learn about its historic value.
For more information and tickets to Inspiration Tower or other Shepherd of the Hills Homestead attractions, visit http://www.bransonshows.com/activity/InspirationTower.cfm.