Silver Dollar City - an 1880s theme park - is home to Time Traveler, the world’s fastest, steepest, and tallest spinning roller coaster along with many other rides, shows, food stations, craft vendors, and demonstrators.
For all you ladies out there that love shopping, one of my favorite Branson shopping destinations is Grand Village Shops! If you are driving the 76 strip, they are easy to miss (Who would think you could miss an entire village?) so be sure to keep your eyes peeled.
I’d call this an Ozark adventure hike - filled with history, steep drop offs, stone steps, and some slippery areas! As the signs say, don’t hike it if you aren’t in good health! It’s a beautiful workout in a piece of local history.
If you are fascinated by the story of the Titanic, this museum experience is a must-see! With one side of this impressive museum built like the ship’s exterior, it’s a hard icon to miss on the 76 strip in Branson.
If you want to see a play of epic proportions, you gotta see Samson at Sight and Sound! With a 300 foot wrap around stage, dozens of actors, stunning visual effects, and live animals such as camels, horses, goats, cats, birds, and more, you will not be disappointed!