anthemsofrock
noahboat 680x405
beyond-the-lens
1984arcade350x250
boardgamecafe350x250
andybs350x250
wonderworks350x250

Branson is bursting with things to do that it’s hard to choose how to spend your time! Whether you are looking for family fun, a new experience, or something educational and exciting – Branson has something for everyone! Below are some new shows and attractions – in addition to local favorites – that you might want to consider on your next visit!

Anthems of Rock
This high energy production at King’s Castle Theatre features the greatest rock songs in history including hits from Queen, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Journey, Aero Smith, Led Zepplin, and more.

Noah
Returning for one season only, this landmark musical production takes you on board one of the world’s best-known voyages, as live animals fill the stage and aisles. Set sail inside the enormous ark as the extraordinary Bible story comes to life around you!

Beyond the Lens! Family Fun
Explore Branson’s newest “techno-tainment” adventure with interactive games, amazing photo ops, and intriguing exhibits for the entire family.  New for 2020 is the Flip Zone Bumper Cars and the Fly Theatre.  Other attractions include Selfie Spectacular, Virtual Reality Games and Escape Room, Human Kaleidoscope, the popular Alien Egg Pit, and so much more.

Treasured Shipwreck Museum
Come and explore treasures of the deep at one of Branson’s newest attractions. Located at Branson Landing, this interactive museum features over 500 artifacts and treasure from many notable shipwrecks from around the world. Interactive exhibits let you recover coins from the ocean floor, experience a level one hurricane, test your pirate knot skills, and more.

Silver Dollar City
Coming summer of 2020, Silver Dollar City introduces Mystic River Falls, which replaces Lost River. This new ride takes you on a nearly half mile journey, lasts more than 5 minutes, and includes a 45 foot raft ride drop – the tallest in the western hemisphere! And if you missed it last fall, be sure to experience the Harvest Festival Craft Days & Pumpkin Nights, September 23rd – October 31st.

1984 Arcade
This retro 80’s arcade, located at The Shoppes at Branson Meadows, features around 50 video games and 15-18 pinball machines. Entry admission is $10 per person. Arcade games are free; pinball machines, air hockey, and claw hammers take quarters.

Big Air Trampoline Park
This park is filled with activities that include jumping, climbing, battling, and more. Visitors can bounce off wall to wall trampolines, play trampoline dodge ball, jump into foam pits, slam dunk basketball hoops, and more.

Branson Boardgame Café
Reconnect with family and friends! For $5 per person, you can play board games all day/evening. The library includes over 900 games as well as jigsaw puzzles so there is something for everyone. Snacks, sandwiches, specialty coffees, and more are available for purchase.

Andy B’s Bowl Social at Branson Landing
Dine, play, and bowl at Andy B’s Bowl Social located at Branson Landing. Available activities include bowling, virtual reality games, karaoke rooms, and table games.  In addition to Andy B’s Bowl Social, Branson Landing features more new and unique dining options including Jimmy Buffet’s Landshark Bar & Grill, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, Mellow Mushroom Pizza, and Guy Fieri’s Kitchen & Bar.

WonderWorks
New in 2020, this “upside-down house amusement park for the mind” is full of “edu-tainment” for the entire family.  The attraction combines education and entertainment with more than 100 hands-on exhibits that challenge the mind and spark the imagination.  Feel the power of a 71mph hurricane in the Hurricane Shack, make life-sized bubbles in the Bubble Lab, experience zero gravity in the Astronaut Training Gyro, lie on the death-defying Bed of Nails, and so much more.

Aquarium on the Boardwalk
Make plans to return August 2020 to experience Aquarium On The Boardwalk!