The leaves have all but disappeared and the frost is creeping up in the heart of the Ozark mountains but there is still no better place to spend the holidays than in Branson. There is truly something special to offer everyone in the family.
For the Christmas light enthusiast, there are spectacular light displays in several different areas. The Shepherd of the Hills offers some of the most outstanding animated Christmas scenes that include scenes from the traditional Christmas stories including Rudolph, Frosty and the Twelve Days of Christmas. The City of Branson also has a drive through Christmas light display located close to the new Sight and Sound theater. Everyone enjoys the beauty of the multi colored light displays set to traditional Christmas music from the comfort of your warm car.
For those who want to get out and walk around, the most spectacular Christmas show in all of Branson belongs to Silver Dollar City. Only minutes away from the Branson’s Nantucket, it is an unparalleled Christmas extravaganza that will not be soon forgotten. Included in their decorations of more than seven million lights are dozens and dozens of decorated Christmas trees, an electric Christmas parade in the evenings, a train ride through a decorated forest and multiple musical acts, entertainers and carolers performing daily.
Both Old Downtown Branson and the Branson Landing also offer a variety of Christmas decorations including nightly water and fire shows while the whole river walk lights up in different colors as Christmas music fills the air. The shopping in these locations is also wonderful and there is a wide enough variety of restaurants to please both the little ones and the most discriminating tastes.
For those trying to save a little money, Branson’s outlet malls offer the best in quality at fantastic prices. There are three different discount malls to chose from that are certain to stretch your gifting dollars.
Whatever your family likes, whether it is just relaxing or taking advantage of everything Branson has to offer, there s no better place to enjoy the season than Branson, MO.