There are always plenty of things to do in Branson, but these special events are only available in the month of November. If you’re planning a vacation to Branson soon, take a look at the great November events;
Veteran’s Day Parade and Veterans Homecoming Week
The Veteran’s Day Parade will honor our veterans as it marches through Downtown Branson on November 11. The parade is part of the Branson Veterans Homecoming Week, November 5-11. Homecoming Week is one of the country’s largest celebrations of the service of our veterans and active duty military personnel and their families. The week’s events include a free opening ceremonies show at Yakov’s Theater on November 5, displays of the traveling Vietnam Wall, and various tributes and memorials to veterans throughout the town.
Molly and Carter’s Birthday Celebration
Molly and Carter work in the Titanic Museum every day in honor of the dogs that sailed on the Titanic. At noon on November 24 and 25, Molly and Carter will celebrate their fourth birthday outside the Titanic Museum. Visitors will meet Molly and Carter as well as their dog handlers and will even get the opportunity to take photos with the dogs.
White Flight at the Butterfly Palace
The Butterfly Palace in Branson celebrates the holidays with the special White Flight event each day November 1-15. As traditional holiday music plays, thousands of white butterflies will be released into the Butterfly Garden, which will be specially decorated with twinkling lights, a live poinsettia Christmas tree, and living angel statues.