The fall’s annual Woodcarving Event at the Titanic Museum in Branson gives tribute to the Titanic’s German passengers and crew, and you won’t be disappointed as you watch the wood carvers use chainsaws to cut out beautiful images and wood sculptures right outside the Titanic Museum in its parking area. Special techniques will be used to carve the exact image the sculptors would like to create, and there is special recognition given to the winner of the contest. It’s timed as well, so the wood carvers must make the most of their time. It will be an incredible craft to watch. While you’re in the area be sure to check out some other popular Branson attractions.
While you’re in the parking lot of the Branson Titanic, you might as well check out this well-esteemed museum. Experience the splendor, wonder, and tragedy associated with the Titanic. The museum is home to remarkable Titanic artifacts, and offers an immersive experience that puts visitors on the mighty ship as actually passengers. Part museum and part attraction, Branson Titanic, is an unforgettable and must-see experience.
Perfect for this time of year, with Halloween right around the corner, you can have your pants scared off at the Haunted House in Branson. The Haunted House is a fun place to visit any time. The only Monster Asylum in the area, you definitely do not want to miss the horror. This is a great visit for those ready to be scared, but may not be suitable for those younger children. It takes only a few minutes to gather all of your goblins and ghouls together to come and visit this spectacularly frightening location.
Branson’s Hollywood Wax Museum is the perfect attraction for movie buffs, sociology fanatics or those who simply enjoy an unusual sight. Inside the museum visitors will come face-to-face with over 170 of the most notable celebrities and characters in American pop culture. From presidents and political figures to actors and entertainers, no genre of American life is left untouched in this one of a kind museum dedicated to depicting our nation’s heroes in life-like recreations.