Things To Do In Branson

Bernie and Red, Comedy Duo Show for Two with Refreshments at Branson's House of Comedy on October 4–27 (Up to 44% Off)

Bernie and Red, Comedy Duo

Branson's House of Comedy

$70 $39

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Married couple from Liverpool regale audiences with musical parodies, gags, sketches, and stories; includes popcorn and soda

Ride for Two or Four Adults with Quackers from Ride The Ducks (Up to 41% Off)

Ride The Ducks

Branson

$51 $30

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Hop aboard an amphibious-vehicle designed to resemble a World War II DUKW that takes riders on tours on land and water

Amazing Acrobats of Shanghai at New Shanghai Theatre through December 31 (Up to 45% Off)

Amazing Acrobats of Shanghai

New Shanghai Theatre

$38.94 $26

A 40-person troupe performs amazing feats that might include roller-skating dancers, limber contortionists, and colorful dragons

Day Pass Valid from 10 a.m.–5 p.m. for Two or Four at Greatest Adventures Mini Golf (50% Off)

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

Water Slide at Indian Point Hydro-Slides (Up to 56% Off). Four Options Available.

Indian Point Hydro-Slides

Branson

$25 $12

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

Guided Bass- or Trout-Fishing Trips from Dave's Guide Service (50% Off). Four Options Available.

Dave's Guide Service

Branson

$400 $199

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

Foot Safari Admission for Two Children or One Child and One Adult at Branson's Promised Land Zoo (Up to 50% Off)

Branson's Promised Land Zoo

Branson

$19.90 $11

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

Admission to World's Largest Toy Museum and Harold Bell Wright Museum for One, Two, or Five (Up to 68% Off)

World's Largest Toy Museum and Harold Bell Wright Museum

Branson

$17.90 $8

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

Mini Golf Day Pass for up to Four or Six at Back to the 50s Mini Golf (50%)

Back to the 50's Mini Golf

Branson

$20 $10

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

Four- or Eight-Hour Fishing Trip for Two from Ozarks Extreme Outdoors Kayak and Canoe Company (Up to 51% Off)

Ozarks Extreme Outdoors Kayak and Canoe Company

Indian Point

$200 $99

Guides provide rods and tackle, unless customers prefer to use their own, while fishing for smallmouth and largemouth bass

Zipline Adventure Tour for One, Two, or Four from Indian Point Zipline (Up to 51% Off)

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

10 or 20 Hot-Yoga Classes or One Month of Unlimited Classes at My Hot Yoga in Branson (Up to 73% Off)

My Hot Yoga

Branson

$110 $35

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

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Caught in a midlife crisis in 1995, husband-and-wife team Kemp and Michele Horn—a former forester and attorney, respectively—packed up their young family and all of their belongings, embarking upon a life-changing adventure as they made the long trek from Baltimore to the Black Hills of South Dakota. This move westward led the Horn family to purchase a working ranch, where, due to the last-minute cancellation of the band hired to play there through the busy tourist season, the family stepped up to unleash their inner performers. Though none of the Horns had any background in music, all the family members quickly adopted instruments or cursed mermaid's voices of their own and used their backgrounds in the performing arts to create a long-running show hailed by audiences from around South Dakota. Now, having relocated to Branson, the Horns, under the band name "The Riders of the Circle B," combine their passion for hospitality with their love of performing three to four nights a week during their Circle B Supper Show.

Paying homage to the Wild West of yore, the Horns kick off their shindigs with showings of cowboy movies before replenishing guests’ energy stores with home-cooked food warm from the oven. Tossing their chef's hats and aprons aside, the talented clan then pick up their music makers and coax forth laughs from onlookers with their ebullient brand of music and impressions of famous tumbleweeds.

200 Jess-Jo Parkway
Branson,
MO
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Zip Line USA’s steel cables carve more than three miles of winding trails through Ozark Mountain treetops, all ripe for exploration by guests. Designed by the respected brains at Universal Zipline Technology, the ziplines soar higher than 350 feet in the air at some points—just high enough to make eye contact with low-flying spaceships—and are dissected into chunks as long as 3,250 feet. Between each section stands a sky bridge or platform, where guides securely hitch tourgoers to cables, which they inspect each morning. Patrons zoom through the open skies for up to two hours during the day or 90 minutes at night, when only the soft glow of lanterns beckons them to the next platform like a lightning-bug mother welcoming its family home at night.

3335 U.S. 160
Reeds Spring,
MO
US

Though the Ozark Murder Mysteries' plotlines center on dark whodunits, the actors' humorous takes on each story leave audiences of all ages grinning. Performers challenge audiences to pinpoint the perpetrator as they act out interactive scenarios during regularly rotating shows. A complete feast fuels deeper belly laughs, quicker thinking, and sprightlier backflips during Ozark Murder Mysteries' scheduled performances, and the troupe also travels to private events via its Murder Mystery To Go! program.

625 State Highway 165
Branson,
MO
US

Chopper Charter Branson's flights range from aerial photography to scenic tours and hands-on instruction and training. Each student learns on the Robinson R44 helicopter, touted as the most popular helicopter in the world. The FAA-certified air carrier meticulously maintains their choppers, taking all safety precautions and plopping them onto a treadmill for at least 30 minutes, three to five times a week.

3005 West 76 Country Boulevard
Branson,
MO
US

The guides at Moto-Zip of Branson show how to navigate the treetop canopies year-round. While zipping between platforms at speeds up to 50 miles per hour, guests get unique views of the surrounding Ozarks and the unsung puppeteers that control them. The secure lines use a backup-cable system that prevents accidents, ensuring trips along the 2-mile tracks occur without snags.

3600 W 76 Country Blvd
Branson,
MO
US

The Hamner Barber Variety Show captivates audiences with a mesmerizing medley of magic, comedy, and dancing, which has garnered national attention for several of the show's stars. Featured on NBC's World's Greatest Magic, Dave and Denise Hamner’s sorcery produces flocks of exotic birds from unexpected sources such as flying cards, flaming swords, and freshly prepped caesar salads. Sharing the bill with the maestros of marvel, Jim Barber splits sides with a laughter-packed set of ventriloquism. Barber’s act—which was featured on The Late Show with David Letterman—coaxes roars from crowds and their puppet doppelgangers with wisecracking sidekicks and award-winning, family-friendly comedy.

3090 Shepherd Of The Hills Expy
Branson,
MO
US