Ring in the holidays this year in Branson! With Christmas shows and attractions around every corner, Branson is the perfect place to spend quality time with family.
Get into the holiday spirit with music from the 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s at Red, Hot…& Blue! In their regular season show, the cast performs more than 50 hit songs with their live band. Well, the Christmas show is no different! The entire audience will delight in singing along to favorite Christmas carols. The fabulous cast dons one-of-a-kind costumes while they perform sensational choreography. This action-packed show appeals to families, teenagers, baby boomers, golden agers, and young adults alike with their timeless songs. Their Christmas show kicks off Nov. 2 and lasts until Dec. 8. For more information, visit this link.
This year the Titanic Museum will be featuring a Fantasy Princess to celebrate the magic of Christmas. The Fantasy Princess embodies the beauty of the holiday season shared by children since the Titanic sank in 1912. She will make appearances every Wednesday through Sunday starting Thanksgiving weekend. The fascinating museum will also be adorned with twinkling lights and Edwardian-style Christmas decorations starting Nov. 1.
The Titanic Museum’s magnificent collection of artifacts and stories began in 1987 when John Joslyn, owner of the museum, embarked on a wonderful adventure. He co-led the first expeditions to the great ship buried deep in the sea. Over 400 personal artifacts and hours of video footage that was recovered fills this unique museum that tells the story of what it was like to be aboard the Titanic’s maiden voyage. Walk down the iconic grand staircase, take a seat in the dining room for dinner, reach into 28-degree water, touch an iceberg, and, essentially, learn what it was like to be one of the 2,208 passengers and crew members on the 1912 RMS Titanic. The museum is also home to two cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Molly and Carter, who represent the many dogs that were aboard the ship that night. In 2013, the museum will be unveiling a special new exhibit dedicated to the 133 children who were aboard the Titanic when it set sail in 1912. For more information about the Titanic Museum, click on this link.
Choose from an abundance of hotel options in the area. The highway 76 Branson strip is dotted with hotels close to each and every show and attraction, so you’ll be able to find the perfect hotel close to your destinations.