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Choose from the following:
BoxCar Willie Museum Branson Scenic Railway
College of the Ozarks Edwards Mill
Hollywood Wax Museum Harold Bell Wright Museum
Jim Stafford Theater Lake Queen
Lakes in the Branson Area Lake Taneycomo
Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf Ralph Foster Museum
Ripley's "Believe it or Not" Rose O'Neill Museum
Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum Sammy Lane Pirate Cruise
Showboat Branson Belle Table Rock State Park
World's Largest Toy Museum


Hollywood Wax Museum

3030 W. Hwy 76
Branson, Missouri
Phone: (417) 33-STARS

See Marilyn Monroe and other stars in "Living" wax. Don't miss this memorable experience!

Open year round
Open at 8 am daily


Sammy Lane Pirate Cruise

280 N. Lake Dr.
on Lake Taneycomo
Downtown Branson, Missouri
Phone: (417) 334-3015

The oldest continuously operated attraction in Missouri
Take this 70 minute narrated cruise and experience being "attacked" by the Pirate of Taneycomo. Gift shops and snack bar are available.


The Branson Belle, Showboat

Call 800 775-2628 for tickets

Experience the wonder and excitement of a real riverboat excursion on the authentic 1890's Showboat Branson Belle!


Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf

2901 Green Mountain Drive
Branson, MO 65616
just ¼ mile east of Route 165
Phone: (417) 336-6606

Two spectacular courses to choose from - one designed for families and seniors with more gradual hills. The other, Blackbeard's Challenge Course, is for those who want the ultimate in adventure. We also have video machines and games in our Fun Center. Open daily 9 am to 11:30 pm.


Branson Scenic Railway

206 E. Main Street
Branson, Missouri
Phone: (417) 287-2462
or (800) 2-TRAIN-2

Take a ride in these restored railcars from the 40's and 50's. The trip takes 1 hour and 45 minutes and offers beautiful scenery and vistas. Meals are available. We have a special Dinner Train also.


Lake Queen

280 N. Lake Dr.
on Lake Taneycomo
Downtown Branson, Missouri
Phone: (417) 334-3015

The area's original sternwheeler will give you a trip to remember. Dine with live entertainment and great buffets or try our narrated sightseeing cruises. Inspected boats for your safety.


Lake Taneycomo

Many water-based activities in the area center on Lake Taneycomo. Among its many features are: sailing, swimming, waterskiing, horseback riding, motorboating, scuba diving, fishing, hiking, hunting and more. Many other special events are scheduled throughout the year.


BoxCar Willie Museum

3454 West Highway 76
Branson, Missouri
Phone: (417) 334-8696

The feature of this museum is the collection of railroad and airplane items. The cockpit of a KC-97 flown by BoxCar Willie in the Air Force is here. Several Jimmy Rodgers' items are also on display. Don't forget to visit the gift shop. See the official BoxCar Willie website


Ripley's Believe it or not!

In Branson

This is the place to see all the oddities of the world, plus the strange and illusionary and interactive displays. You spend hours here just looking! The building is very, very unique portraying one with damage from the major 8.0+ New Madrid Earthquake. The building has no actual earthquake damage, it just looks that way.


Rose O'Neill Museum

485 Rose O'Neill Road
Walnut Shade, MO 65771
Phone: 417 561-1509

Spend some unforgettable time here and see her Kewpie dolls, paintings, sculptures, books, etc. Named "Woman of the Century" by Missouri, Rose O'Neill has the largest collection of Kewpie dolls in the world. Her home, Bonniebrook, is still a showplace and the setting for her extensive collections. They say you can still smell the roses if the wind is just right.


Harold Bell Wright Museum

3609 West 76 Country Blvd
Mutton Hollow Craft Village
West Hwy. 76 at the Shepherd of the Hills Expressway
Phone: (417) 334-0065

Founded by his son, Norman Hall Wright, this museum honors the man who made the Ozarks a household word. His hand-written manuscripts are on display here as well as other memorabilia.


Ralph Foster Museum

on the College of the Ozarks campus
Phone: 417-334-6411

Known as "The Smithsonian of the Ozarks," this museum represents all facets of the Ozarks culture, including the famous "Beverly Hillbillies" car.


College of the Ozarks

Three miles south of Branson
off Highway 65
Phone: (417) 334-6411

Located in the heart of the Ozarks, this campus requires each student enrolled to work 15 hours a week at one of the campus work areas. Things to see on campus include: Ralph Foster Museum and the Williams Memorial Chapel.


Table Rock State Park

7 miles southwest of Branson
on Highway 165 - 1 mile south of Table Rock Dam
Phone: Dam - 334-4704; Marina - 334-3069

This park is located on the shore of Table Rock Lake. Its clear waters make the lake ideal for all water-related activities. Features include a marina, boat rentals, campsites and picnic areas.


Edwards Mill

On the campus of the College of the Ozarks
Phone: 334-6411

This working grist mill is run by students and produces actual products which may be purchased.


Jim Stafford Theatre

3440 West Highway 76
Branson, MO 65616
Phone: 417-335-8080
FAX: 417-335-2643

Jim Stafford, the comic genius behind "Spiders-Snakes," "Cow Patti," "Wildwood Weed," and more, entertains year-round at his theater in Branson, Missouri.


Lakes in the Branson area


World's Largest Toy Museum
3609 W. Hwy 76 in
Branson, MO 65616
Phone: (417)-332-1499

A large collection of toys dating from the 1800's to the present day.
Please call ahead for hours of operation

Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum and Happy Trails Theater

This museum is closed, but the website has lots of Roy Rogers information plus many pictures. You should enjoy it!

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