There is nothing like spending Christmas in Branson, Missouri. It lets you experience the classic way of celebrating the Yuletide Season, and your Christmas spirit is sure to intensify further with the series of events in Branson Missouri.
First off, a festival that you should not miss is the Festival of Lights in Branson. This festival starts on the first of November 2013 and ends in the second of January 2014. Light displays are all over town for the visual delight of the visitors and of Branson locals, too. Drive around town and witness the magnificent display of lights. If driving around is not your thing, you have an option to take the Trolley or Ride the Ducks. These services that Branson offers to the tourists would greatly help in appreciation of the place and also in getting to know more about the history of Branson.
The Trail of Lights at Shepherd of the Hills is another sight to behold. You can take your car round Shepherd of the Hills and be amazed with the display of lights and dioramas around the area. Shepherd of the Hills also has restaurants where you can beat the winter cold by sipping through a cup of rich, hot chocolate. There is also a gift shop in Shepherd of the Hills so you can buy souvenir items for yourself and for your loved ones, too. A thing not to be missed is a ride to the top of the Inspiration Tower, wherein you will see the whole place of Branson covered in lights that seem to dance in merriment. This festival runs from November 1 to December 31.
Silver Dollar City is known to be Branson’s premier theme park. During the Christmas season, it is also one of the most visited tourist spots in Branson. Silver Dollar City has a festival called Old Time Christmas, which begins November 3 and ends the last day of December. Old Time Christmas lets you in on a beautiful display of lights and also a 5-story Christmas tree, which will surely please kids and adults alike. There are also live musicals in Silver Dollar City during Old Time Christmas, like It’s a Wonderful Life. Theater plays are also present to treat you to a good show. Some theater plays are the Living Nativity and Frosty the Snowman. Silver Dollar City also has the best theme park food all over America, so keep your tummy happy while you treat your eyes to a wonderful and colorful Christmas festival.
A favorite among Branson residents is the Annual Adoration Parade and Lighting Ceremony. Your Christmas in Branson would just be incomplete without this festival. It marks the beginning to the Christmas holiday. This festival also features a parade and lighting ceremony that will surely delight the kids and will also bring out the kid in you. This festival begins on the first days of December.
When you go to Branson for a Christmas vacation, Thousand Hills Golf Resort would be more than happy to have you as their guest, too. Experience luxury, comfort, and serenity during your Christmas break – all in Thousand Hills. Make a move now and call 1-877-262-0430 for reservations and inquiries.