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Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum

Created to celebrate the fascinating history and stunning natural beauty of the Ozarks, Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum features artifacts, images, and interactive exhibits that chronologically walk you through the development of the Ozarks.  As you explore the museum, you will learn about the people and animals that have inhabited the region for over 12,000 years.  With the Adventure pass you can experience both Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum and Top of the Rock’s Lost Canyon Cave and Natural Trail!

Branson Auto Museum

Branson Auto & Farm Museum

The Branson Auto & Farm Museum is located on the world famous “Strip” in Branson, and features over 100 cool cars and tractors. Many of the cars are for sale. The museum cars and inventory change regularly, so be sure to come back when you return to the area.


Branson Celebrity Car Museum

The Branson Celebrity Car Museum features cars from your favorite movies and television shows. They also exhibit a large variety of classics, muscle cars, and street rods. Most of the cars can be purchased, therefore every time a car leaves the museum the floor opens up for new ones to display. Be sure to bring your camera for some memorable photo opportunities.

Hollywood Wax Museum

Hollywood Wax Museum Branson

A great place to make new memories is at the Hollywood Wax Museum.  Here visitors explore the art of wax sculpting and can pose with their favorite life-like movie and TV stars. For the best value and the most fun, ask about the All Access Pass. This pass allows visitors to not only experience the Wax Museum but includes access to:  Castle of Chaos, Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors, and Shoot for the Stars-Mini Golf -all located at the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center.

Ralph Foster Museum

Ralph Foster Museum

The Ralph Foster Museum, located on the campus of College of the Ozarks, is a special museum featuring 3 floors of unique collections and exhibits related to the Ozarks region.  One favorite of visitors includes the original vehicle used in the television series “The Beverly Hillbillies”.  More interesting exhibits include the Hall of Natural History, History of the Ozarks, Firearms Through the Ages, Children’s Discovery Room and so much more.  While on campus, stop by Keeter Center for lunch or enjoy a student-made ice cream treat from the College Creamery.


Ripley’s Believe It or Not!

Discover the strange, the shocking, and beautiful at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in Branson.  This fascinating odditorium features over 450 exhibits in eight uniquely themed galleries.


Shipwrecked Treasure 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, immerse yourself in a level one hurricane, test your pirate knot skills, and more.


Titanic Museum Attraction

New in 2020! Exclusive February 8-June 15 see the Bandmaster Wallace Hartley Titanic Violin, which sold for $1.7 million dollars.  A one-of-a-kind adventure! Experience life on board Titanic just as it was on her maiden voyage 100 years ago. Walk the hallways, parlors, cabins and Grand Staircase while surrounded by more than 400 rare artifacts. Touch a real iceberg, steer the ship, be seated in a real Titanic lifeboat and listen to actual survivors tell their stories.   Everyone knows the name Titanic.  Everyone knows that Titanic hit an iceberg.  Everyone knows that Titanic was lost.  But there is so much more to her story.  Discover the stories of the passengers and crew who sailed Titanic, as the crew and interactive galleries bring them to life. It is more than just a museum; it is a Permanent, Interactive Attraction for all ages.   “…did not disappoint…loved it.” – Facebook Fan

*UPDATE–Due to COVID-19 re-opening occupancy limitations, ADVANCE RESERVATIONS and FACE MASKS are now required to visit the attraction.  


Veteran’s Memorial Museum

Branson is known for its love of God and country.  One special location honoring those who have fought to protect our freedom is the Veteran’s Memorial Museum.  This museum pays tribute to service men and women who have participated in each major United States military conflict.  As you wind through the complex on a self-guided tour, you’ll see moving exhibits and learn interesting facts you may not have known about our country’s history.  For both veterans and non-veterans alike, a stop at the Veteran’s Memorial Museum is a must-do experience.


World’s Largest Toy Museum Complex

Take a trip down memory lane while exploring this unique complex made up of six museums featuring many extensive toy collections. The complex includes the World’s Largest Toy Museum, Harold Bell Wright Museum, National BB Gun Museum, Stearnsy Bear Museum, World of Checkers Museum, and Paul Harvey Jr. Museum. Featuring over 1 million items dating back from the 1800’s to present, you are sure you find your favorites!