It May Be Winter in Branson, But It’s Still Open For Business
As the holidays approach all over the country, Branson is stringing up it’s Christmas lights and capturing the Christmas spirit for you and your family to enjoy before you go home to cook your Christmas ham or turkey.
But what will you do after all of the guests have gone home and the leftovers obliterated? Visit Branson, of course! Branson stays open year-round, so there’s no shortage of things to do if you’re planning a trip in January or February, after the holiday rush is over.
One of the attractions that will stay open into January is White Flight at the Butterfly Palace. You can enjoy one of Branson’s newest family traditions through Jan. 15. Thousands of white tropical butterflies flutter around a 18-foot tall poinsettia Christmas tree while your family looks on in wonder. Living angel statues come to life as you tour the Butterfly Palace, and you’ll get to see the 18 foot tall poinsettia Christmas tree while you’re exploring White Flight. In addition to the butterflies and Christmas magic, your family can learn more about the rainforest and the other butterflies that call the Butterfly Palace home. For more information about White Flight, the Butterfly Palace, ticket prices and more, visit thebutterflypalace.com.
Throughout the month of February, the Titanic museum will be honoring teachers by offering complimentary tickets to educators. In addition to offering complimentary tickets, the Titanic museum also provides educational materials right on their website. Titanic related lessons in math, geography, science, religion, and more are listed on the website for use. For more information about complimentary tickets for teachers, call the Titanic museum at 1-800-381-7670 or visit www.titanicbranson.com.
If you want to take in a show while you’re in Branson, the Hot Winter Big Show will be heating up Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre on Feb. 3, 2014. A wide variety of shows and performers will be on-stage so you can preview some of what Branson has to offer later in the year. The Branson Show League sponsors the Hot Winter Big Show, and is looking forward to the performance. To get tickets for this show, call Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre at 417-339-3003.
Also in February, you can find a number of Valentine’s Day events for you and your sweetheart to enjoy. Main Street Cruises will be hosting a Valentine’s Day dinner and cruise over Lake Taneycomo. The Titanic museum will also be hosting a tribute to the honeymoon couples that were aboard the ship on her maiden voyage.
The Branson Tri-Lakes Home Show will also be held on Valentine’s Day in 2013. This is the 18th year for the home show. The Vacation Channel has brought together some of the Tri-Lakes area’s best companies to showcase goods and services for your home. The event will be held at Chateau on the Lake. For more information about the Branson Tri-Lakes Home Show, visit bransonhomeshow.com.
Before you write off Branson for the winter, take a look at some of what Branson has to offer during January and February. You’ll be glad you did!