With its many attractions, music theaters, miniature golf courses, shops and restaurants, you may think it’s always the same in Branson…but you’d be wrong.
During the fall months, the city comes more alive than ever with festivals, tours and events. Take a trip to the Annual Autumn Days Arts and Crafts Festival, the Annual Autumn Family Feast and the Branson Area Festival of Lights. There’s live music, food, events and fun for the whole family. You can also book a tour on one of the great Fall Foliage Tours available. If you think fall foliage is only worth viewing in New England, you have no idea what you are missing! Branson has some of the most unique foliage tours available taking place by plane, train and even riverboat! It’s absolutely spectacular! And while you’re there, be sure to check out the local flavor. Catch a show, try your hand at line dancing or feel the exhilaration of the zip line tours.
You can do it all in one place, Branson. Do you have any great tips about visiting Branson in the fall? Share them here for other RCI subscribing members to see.