Branson Thanksgiving Horn of Plenty overflows with fun

The Titanic Museum Attraction is just one of the many Branson Attractions open Thanksgiving Day.

BRANSON, Mo., November 13, 2013 – Thanksgiving in Branson is like nowhere else in terms of offering a blend of a traditional Thanksgiving along with everything else for which Branson is famous. From a wonderful selection of places to have a scrumptious Thanksgiving dinner served aboard the Main Street Lake Cruises’ Lake Queen; one of Branson’s many excellent buffets or other fine restaurants to its dozens of attractions, millions of Christmas lights, great shopping and wonderful live shows, Branson’s Thanksgiving horn of plenty is overflowing with food, fun, shopping, excitement and entertainment.

There will be a full selection of attractions open to entertain Branson visitors on Thanksgiving Day including Silver Dollar City with its celebration of “Old Time Christmas;” the Titanic Museum Attraction‘s “Christmas Winter Wonderland” featuring thousands of holiday lights, Edwardian-style decorations, costumed merry-makers and the beautiful “Fantasy Princess” and the following attractions:

Adventure Ziplines of Branson

Celebrity Car Museum

Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors

Hollywood Wax Museum

IMAX Adventure Films

Inspiration Tower

National Tiger Sanctuary

Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum

Shoot for the Stars Mini Golf

Silver Dollar City

Sky Surfer

The Track Family Fun Parks

Titanic Museum Attraction

Trail of Lights

Vigilante Ziprider

World’s Largest Toy Museum

Xtreme Racing Center

A colorful scene from The Shoji Tabuchi Christmas Show.

Many of Branson’s shows will also be opened on Thanksgiving Day including some of its most popular such as the Acrobats of China, Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express, Duttons, Hughes Brothers Christmas Show, The Haygoods, Legends in Concert, New Jersey Nights, Pierce Arrow, Shoji Tabuchi, Tony Orlando Great American Christmas,Twelve Irish Tenors and others including:

3 Redneck Tenors

Acrobats of China

Amazing Pets

Andy Williams Christmas Show

Starring the Osmonds and Lennon Sisters

Ayo Starring Voices of Glory

A Neil Diamond Tribute

A Tribute to John Denver

A Tribute to Marty Robbins

Absolutely Patsy

Cat’s Pajamas – Vocal Band

Christmas in Hollywood

Christmas on the Trail

Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express

Hughes Brothers Christmas Show

Dixie Stampede

Doo Wop and Chico Vega Drifters


Grand Jubilee

The Haygoods

Jim Stafford

Johnny Cash Songbook

Journey Tribute

Legends in Concert

New Jersey Nights

Patsy Cline Remembered

Pierce Arrow

Sanders Family Christmas

Shoji Tabuchi

Showboat Branson Belle

Tony Orlando Great American Christmas

Twelve Irish Tenors

In should be noted that those Branson Attractions and Shows not open on Thanksgiving Day will be open Thanksgiving weekend.

Branson’s two major drive through lighting displays, the Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights and the Branson Area Festival of Lights will also be open on Thanksgiving Day. “The Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights is a two and a half mile journey through hundreds of gorgeous displays, millions of Christmas lights, holiday music, and animated scenes most of which have been integrated into the natural terrain of the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead. It is one of the most unique and memorable drive through lighting experiences anywhere and also includes a trip to the top of Inspiration Tower where guests can ride glass elevators 230 feet up for a ‘Santa’s eye view’ of the lights from one or the highest points in southwest Missouri. The Branson Area Festival of Lights is a one mile trip through more than 175 sparkling lighting displays, many of which are animated. It is conveniently located a few blocks off the heart of the Branson Strip.”

For additional information on Thanksgiving in Branson or for information or tickets for any of Branson’s shows and attractions or for lodging arrangements please feel free to contact the Branson Tourism Center, one of Branson’s largest and most respected vacation planning services, by calling 1-800-785-1550.

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