Experience What A Branson Christmas Is Like

A Christmas in Branson is probably one of the best choices you will make in your life. You, together with your whole family, can have a grand time this Christmas with Branson’s overflowing attractions and activities. There is always a different excitement that Branson brings to every family’s vacation. And the season of Christmas just heightens the celebration in Branson for the month of December.

The presence of the many Christmas festivals in Branson is the main reason why it has become the prime family vacation destination during December, and even when it is just the month of November. Starting November 1, there are already festivals ongoing in Branson. The Branson Area Festival of Lights is one such festival. This festival transforms Branson into a winter wonderland of Christmas lights display and dioramas. During nighttime is the best time to tour around Branson and see the magical display of lights. You can take a tour around town by taking your car, or by availing Branson’s unique tours – The Trolley and Ride the Ducks.

Branson’s world-class amusement park, Silver Dollar City, also celebrates its one-of-a-kind Christmas season with its festival called Old Time Christmas. This festival begins on November 2 and ends on December 30. The whole of this 1880’s-themed amusement park is clad in Christmas lights. In addition to that, the park also has a 5-story Christmas tree fully decorated, and will surely bring a cheer to people of all ages. Christmas cheers and melodies also fills the park as Christmas carols are heard from anywhere in Silver Dollar City. The shows and musicals are also available for you to fully enjoy your Christmas in Branson.

Celebrating Christmas is also celebrating the season of giving. In your Christmas in Branson, make sure to go to Santa’s Workshop in Branson and help decorate the “Giving Tree”. This tree’s purpose is to collect gifts for the Boys and Girls Club and also to the residents of local nursing homes. The children are also welcome to visit Santa Claus. Let the kids unleash their creative side, too, by letting them decorate their own cookie and Christmas ornament.

Of course, when in Branson you should not miss out on the live music and theater shows. There is, after all, a reason why Branson is called the “Live Entertainment Capital of the World”. Get to witness the different homegrown musical talents of Branson. Watch how they own their respective shows and how they mix music and humor perfectly. Many of the shows have a Christmas theme during December to heighten your Christmas spirit.

Nothing could be more perfect than spending your Christmas in Branson. Make the most out of the holidays by planning a trip to Branson now!

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