Best Places for Vacation: 3 More Reasons to Visit Branson This Summer

3 More Reasons to Visit Branson This Summer

3 More Reasons to Visit Branson This Summer

In our previous blog, we detailed a few of the reasons that we believe that Branson is one of the best places for vacation. That particular blog highlights a few of our favorite things about the city, including Legends in Concert, a trip to Silver Dollar City, and more. But we’re so fond of Branson that we wanted to help our readers to find the perfect thing to do while they’re in Branson.

No matter what you expect to get out of an incredible vacation, you can rest assured that you’ll find what you’re looking for at Wyndham Branson at the Meadows. When you make this particular luxury resort your base of operations, we think you’re pretty much guaranteed to have fun whether you’re spending you’re time at one of the many onsite swimming pools or exploring the city.

So Why Visit Branson?

Either way, we think that if you’re looking for good places to go on vacation with the whole family, you’d be hard pressed to find a better place to go than Branson. Here are three more things we think you should do while you’re in town:

See Hamners’ Unbelievable Variety Show

Do you enjoy magic tricks? How about astonishing feats of acrobatic excellency? Then we think you’d enjoy an evening seeing Hamners’ Unbelievable Variety Show. A description at notes that the show has it all, imploring you to “sit back and be mystified as this fast-paced show introduces the jaw-dropping illusions of Dave and Denise. You won't believe your eyes when you see the Stargate illusion, in which Denise is suspended 15 feet above a table of razor sharp spikes, or the impressive feats of agility and strength demonstrated by Russian acrobats Vadim and Mariya.”

This particular show has won a number of awards and is appropriate for everyone in the family, making it an ideal way to spend an evening in Branson.

Solve Branson’s Murder Mystery Dinner Show

Well, well, well...I do declare that there has been a murder! Set in the Wild West, the Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Show is a great way to spend your time while you’re in town. By offering both a delicious meal (who can say no to barbecue, potatoes, and tea?) and a mystery most foul, the Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Show is perfect for guests of all ages and runs for about two hours.

If solving the case sounds like something you’d enjoy, then grab your magnifying glass and tobacco pipe, and get ready to tackle a mystery as you put the clues together and interact with mysterious characters. We guarantee that this is one show you don’t want to miss!

Sing Along With Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express

Whether you’re a fan of Hank Sr. and Johnny Cash or you’d like to see some rootin’ tootin’ roping tricks, Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express is a blast for kids and adults alike as they can experience the thrill of country music and family comedy. With over two dozen performers, we’re sure you’ll absolutely love this show.

As a matter of fact, a recent review on Trip Advisor notes that, “If you want to to see a show that is funny, entertaining, exciting, and makes you feel like you are someone, [you should see Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express]. I love this show and would watch it a million times more. It was the perfect way to end our anniversary trip to Branson.” Sounds like a pretty great time to us, too!

Visit Branson With Your Whole Family

No matter what shows you decide to see or attractions you decide to visit, we can confidently say that your whole family will agree that Branson is one of the best places for vacation. And of course you’ll also love staying at one of the best luxury resorts in Branson as well when you spend your down time relaxing at Wyndham Branson at the Meadows.

Located just a few miles from Branson’s 76 Strip, it’s the perfect place to stay thanks to its exciting decor and down home atmosphere. So why not book your trip to Branson today? We’re sure your whole family will cherish the memories of your trip for years to come.

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  • Janero Gonzales