Kids Activities in West Plains

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

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

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

$12 for Two Rounds of Mini Golf for Two at Ozarks Beach Club ($20 Value)

Ozarks Beach Club

Ozark

$10 $6

Tropical-themed mini-golf course with 18 holes set among palm trees

Camping with Raft Rental and Optional Amenities at Meramec Valley Campground & RV Park (Up to 55% Off)

Meramec Valley Campground & RV Park

Cuba

$56 $25

Campsites with or without water and electricity; relaxing float trips down the Meramec River aboard rafts

$29 for Eight Weeks of Adult Keyboard Lessons at Piano Craft ($60 Value)

Piano Craft

Springfield

$60 $29

Adult students learn to play nine songs in eight one-hour group classes with two one-on-one 30-minute sessions

Kids' Group Art Classes or Private Music Lessons at Pellegrino's School of Music & Art (Up to 53% Off)

Pellegrino's School of Music & Art

Springfield

$57 $27

Kids learn drawing, painting, and mixed-media art techniques; private lessons for voice, guitar, drums, piano, violin, and other instruments

One, Two, or Three Years of Online Guitar or Bass Lessons from Dangerous Guitar (Up to 91% Off)

Dangerous Guitar

Online Deal

$134.55 $18

More than 650 high-definition videos give professional instruction in a wide range of playing styles

$10 for Visit for Four to Missouri Sports Hall of Fame (Up to $20 Value)

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

$20 $10

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Hall of fame honors athletes from sports across the board, including baseball player Yogi Berra and former Dallas Cowboy Jackie Smith

$49 for Four Private Music, Art, or Drama Lessons at Conservatory of the Ozarks ($100 Value)

Conservatory of the Ozarks

The Conservatory of the Ozarks

$100 $49

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Experienced instructors teach students of all ages and experience levels during private lessons at this fine-arts academy

Two or Four Open-Jump Sessions and Popsicles at Jumpin Joeys (50% Off)

Jumpin Joeys

Springfield

$19.88 $10

Clean, safe, 8,000-square-foot Australia-themed indoor play space with seven bounce houses, an arcade, and SIOTO-certified play monitors

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The Arkansas State Parks fete vibrant visitors and loping locals alike with a dizzying array of landscapes, natural and cultural resources, and myriad learning opportunities at parks scattered throughout the state. Familial units with children 18 and under can flex their pass muscles multiple times throughout the year at a wide range of museums, gleaning valuable state knowledge while conversing with park guides or well-read white-tailed deer.

17 Highway 63 N
Mammoth Spring,
AR
US

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

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

A replica of Mount Rushmore reigns over the Hollywood Wax Museum—but instead of bearing faces of American presidents, the mugs of John Wayne, Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe, and Elvis welcome visitors into the museum's collection of celebrity wax figures. Each lifelike figure is meticulously crafted over the course of three months, resulting in uncanny stand-ins for stars such as Lucille Ball, Samuel L. Jackson, Willie Nelson, and Will Smith. Counter to the velvet ropes and glass cases of most museums, guests of the Hollywood Wax Museum can walk right up and touch their favorite figures, getting a taste of fame as they share the spotlight with them for unique photo ops. Celebrity trivia accompanies each figure across the two-level, multi-million-dollar facility, such as stars' accomplishments, the names of their pets, or which moon of Jupiter they own a resort on. After patrons max out on wax, they can head next door to Hannah's Maze of Mirrors, where reflective surfaces obfuscate players' paths as they rescue Princess Hannah from a wicked spell.

3030 W 76 Country Blvd
Branson,
MO
US

In 1987?75 years after the RMS Titanic sank?John Joslyn helped lead an expedition to the bottom of the sea to photograph the wreck and bring up artifacts. Today, the gigantic permanent and interactive Titanic ship museum in Branson that he founded holds authentic items from the Titanic numbering in the thousands and valued at $4.5 million. But the museum's accoutrements of Edwardian life?items ranging from cutlery to deck chairs that fill meticulously accurate reproductions of the million-dollar grand staircase, the third-class sleeping rooms, and the cozy second-class space between the floorboards?are only part of the visitor's experience here. Interactive exhibits are also a permanent attraction, letting families touch an iceberg walk the grand staircase, learn to steer a ship and send an SOS signal, and perhaps even meet the museum?s pair of dog mascots. The kid friendly environment welcomes guests of all ages. A ship walk through typically takes two-hours.

3235 W 76 Country Blvd
Branson,
MO
US

Outside the World’s Largest Toy Museum, two larger-than-life toy soldiers flank the entranceway, which leads to a collection of more than one million toys from the 19th century to today. The proprietors have neatly organized their eclectic memorabilia on wooden and glass shelving, and bigger items hang from the ceilings. Visitors experience fascination and nostalgia while browsing antique tin fire trucks, a 1959 British Embassy Rolls-Royce, superhero action figures, and retro lunchboxes, a more compact version of the dinner trays kids used to carry to school.

The Harold Bell Wright Museum is a special area of the World’s Largest Toy Museum dedicated to a local hero and scribe. Learn about the author’s life and dedication to penning articles, screenplays, and novels, including 1907’s The Shepherd of the Hills. This story, which was once a staple of required classroom reading, helped make Branson, Missouri, a popular spot for tourists.

3609 W 76 Country Blvd
Branson,
MO
US