Branson is known to many for its spectacular live music shows and theater plays. It is also a shopping haven for those who are after huge discounts and fab fashion finds. Aside from these, Branson has become a family destination already because of the theme parks and nature parks that people of all ages will truly enjoy. This Christmas, the fun never stops in Branson as it brings you the 20th annual Ozark Mountain Christmas for a unique and exciting way to celebrate the holidays.
As early as November, Branson celebrates the Christmas season with live music shows and entertainment, outlet mall sales, festivals, and other Christmas-related activities. The Ozark Mountain Christmas transforms Branson into a winter wonderland full of lights and Christmas displays. Everyone is excited for the Ozark Mountain Christmas this year, and here’s why.
The lights displays in Branson are truly a sight to behold. You can visit the Festival of Lights in Branson, or the Trail of Lights at the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead. These events start in November and ends on December 31. The Festival of Lights features more than a hundred holiday lights in Branson Hills Parkway, and all over Branson. The best thing to do is to take a tour of Branson by taking your own car, or riding the Trolley or Ride the Ducks to see the lights displays all over Branson. The Trail of Lights is also a multi-colored display of lights. There is even a drive-through where you can see magnificent Christmas decorations! You can also take a ride to the top of the Inspiration Tower where you can have a view of the entire Branson lights.
Silver Dollar City, Branson’s famous theme park, also joins in the Christmas fun with the Old Time Christmas festival. This festival gives the Ozark Mountain Christmas a little spunk to it by celebrating Christmas the old school way. You can also find a 17 foot tall talking Christmas tree, Christmas carols all over the park, and special live shows such as Dickens’ Christmas Carol and The Living Nativity. This 18880’s also lets you enjoy its rides and other attractions if the weather permits. The Old Time Christmas in Silver Dollar City runs from November to December.
Aside from these Christmas treats, having an Ozark Mountain Christmas this year also lets you witness the live music shows and famous entertainers in Branson such as Andy Williams, Daniel O’Donnell, Dino, Mickey Gilley, Jim Stafford, Shoji Tabuchi, The Osmonds, and a lot more.
For you to maximize your Ozark Mountain Christmas experience, stay in a place where you are close to all the excitement in Branson. Stay in Thousand Hills Hotel and Golf Resort, which is located close to Branson’s entertainment district. The lodging places in Thousand Hills is also near the Ozark Mountains so you are guaranteed of a relaxing and peaceful atmosphere. Reserve your vacation home in Branson now by dialing 1-877-262-0430.