Things To Do In Branson

50% Off at Greatest Adventures Mini Golf

Greatest Adventures Mini Golf

Greatest Adventures Mini Golf

$34 $17

36-hole mini golf course hosts USPMGA golf championships and features the Towering Smoking Dragon, an Egyptian sphinx, and waterfall cave

Up to 56% Off Water Slide

Indian Point Hydro-Slides


$25 $12

Take a ride down a water slide and splash into a pool at the end

Up to 73% Off at My Hot Yoga in Branson

My Hot Yoga


$110 $35

As music plays in a heated studio, instructors demonstrate fluid Vinyasa sequences that are appropriate for all skill levels

Up to 51% Off Zipline Adventure Tour

Indian Point Zipline

Indian Point

$36 $18

Ziplining individuals are thoroughly harnessed before traveling 2,700 ft. over trees and foliage on 60-minute tours

Up to 46% Off Canoe or Kayak Rental

Ozarks Extreme Outdoors Kayak and Canoe Company

Indian Point

$35 $19

During two-hour rentals, guest can spot bald eagles, white-tailed deer, and other wildlife, while anglers can reel in an Ozark smallmouth.

Up to 68% Off Admission for 1, 2, or 5 to World's Largest Toy Museum

World's Largest Toy Museum and Harold Bell Wright Museum


$17.90 $8


More than one million toys including antique tin fire trucks and retro lunchboxes; museum honors author of The Shepherd of the Hills

50% Off 1950s-Themed Mini Golf

Back to the 50's Mini Golf


$20 $10

18-hole mini-golf course sends visitors putt-putting through the past with iconic imagery, such as Elvis and a jukebox

50% Off Bass- or Trout-Fishing Trip

Dave's Guide Service


$400 $199

US Coast Guard–approved fishing guide with more than two decades of experience

Up to 49% Off Liverpool Legends Beatles Tribute

Liverpool Legends

Caravalle Theatre

$37.35 $19


Grammy-nominated tribute group hand-picked by George Harrison's sister spans the Beatles's career, from Ed Sullivan to sitar solos

Up to 53% Off Admission to Branson's Promised Land Zoo

Promised Land Zoo


$35.90 $17

Bottle-feed baby animals, watch live shows, and treat colorful parakeets at a zoo run by animal and conservation experts

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The Kirby VanBurch Magic Show wows all ages with eye-baffling disappearing acts, gut-busting comedy, toe-tapping dancing, and tons of illusory illusions. He's often joined by a menagerie of magical animals, including a unicorn, leopards, lions, and Royal White tigers. The Acrobats of China showcases more than 40 performers contorting, juggling, plate spinning, chair stacking, and motorcycling around the inside of a metal sphere at searing speeds, among many other daredevily doings and marvelous marvelings. Elaborate backdrops and state-of-the-art lighting give these fast-paced performances an epic scope that's lacking in most grade school productions of Lord of the Rings.

645 Branson Landing Boulevard

Each hole at LedgeStone Country Club Golf Course bears its own name: the par 4 first hole, for example, is called "The Slot," while No. 7 goes by "Sycamore" and No. 12 "Sidewinder." This sort of attention to detail can be found all over the par 71 course, from the practice putting green to the zoysia fairways, each maintained to a carpet-like thickness in case a weary golfer wants to take a mid-hole nap. Brought about by the Ozarks' extreme elevation swings and rocky outcroppings along Roark Creek, the course's challenge builds to a crescendo on the 18th hole, known as "Ambush." From the minuscule landing zone, players face down an approach shot onto a green framed by a large water hazard, a tranquil waterfall, and bridge that leads foursomes from the putting surface back to the safety of the clubhouse.

Course at a Glance

  • 18-hole, par 71 course
  • Total length of 6,881 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 73 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 132 from the back tees
  • Five sets of tees per hole
  • Scorecard
1600 Ledgestone Way
Reeds Spring,

Established: 2013
Staff Size: 11–25 people
Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours
Parking: Parking lot
Recommended Age Group: All Ages
Brands Used: Wild Republic, American Expedition, Aurora, Toysmith, Serrv
Pro Tip: Plan your visit around our live animal shows. You won't regret it. Showtimes are at 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 3 p.m., and 5 p.m.

Q&A with Laura Remenar, Director

What special training do you or your staff have?
Many of our staff hold degrees in biology, conservation, or wildlife management. We also are members of the Zoological Association of America and the Feline Conservation Federation.

What is the one feature of your business that you're most proud of?
Our animal interaction.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
Every admission includes our live animal shows, bottle feedings, Parakeet Paradise, and the Foot Safari.

2751 Shepherd of the Hills Expy.

Upon moving to Branson in the early 1990s, Don and Lawanna Stuck spent their leisure time hunting, fishing, and paddling the White River’s waterways. Drawing upon their intimate knowledge of Branson’s waterways, they opened White River Kayaking & Outdoors on July 4, 2012. Equipped with rental paddles and life jackets, their customers can navigate standard kayaks, tandem kayaks, or fishing kayaks along Lake Taneycomo, Table Rock Lake, or Bull Shoals Lake while marveling at the surrounding Ozark Mountains. Staffers drop guests off at several launch locations on each lake, and pick guests up at the conclusion of their float. White River Kayaking & Outdoors also rents out bicycles, which visitors can take around Branson’s parks and trails or pedal across the lake to combine two sports during a triathlon.

214 S Commercial St

The waterways between northern Arkansas and southwest Missouri are swirling with life and activity. Trout rush through clear rivers, midges dance on the surface, and fishermen Jeremy Hunt scans the water as he teaches his guests how to reel in trophy fish. Jeremy and his team of guides have spent more than 12 years fishing in the Ozarks and feel at home on the river system. They provide knowledge of the water with experienced anglers and beginners alike. During lessons, the staff at Flys and Guides places an emphasis on the art of casting and practice catch-and-release techniques to keep the fish population steady and popularity ratings high among the underwater community. Mr. Hunt and his guests cast lines day and night, and they fish year round provided the temperature doesn't grow too cold.

633 Hatchery Road

Valley View Driving Range stretches for 325 yards lengthwise across a 15-acre former rock quarry. At the center of this expanse, situated a laser-confirmed 150 yards from the elevated row of tees, sits the range's most salient characteristic: a large satellite dish painted with a red bullseye. Players rain golf balls down upon the target from 17 stalls with synthetic mats and a 3,000 square-foot Bermuda grass hitting surface that mimics a real fairway, even providing grass stains while practicing the slide tackles of avant-garde golf. After emptying a bucket onto the range, players can hone their putting and chipping finesse on 400 square feet of short game practice area, and then retire to the clubhouse where they'll find a pool table, televisions, and cold beers awaiting their arrival.

176 Golf Range Ln
Reeds Spring,