Monday, August 17, 2009

Your Guide to Branson

Branson is a major center of entertainment and tourism. The mountains and lakes of the Southwest Missouri makes Branson a wonderful destination. In fact, there are thousands of people that have been vacation in Branson since 1900's.

Branson has gained a reputation for being a top outlet-shopping destination in the region. You can shop for name - brand merchandise at reduced prices at the Strip. There are two major outlet malls in Branson with a combined total of more than 100 stores. There are plenty of antique stores and you can shop for one-of-a-kind items made by artisans and craftspeople of Branson.

Branson has more than 260 eateries. Most dining establishments are casual and inexpensive and serve traditional American fare. There are several eclectic or upscale restaurants too. There are plenty of eat-all-you-can buffets. If you want to try tasty and eclectic gourmet dishes you can dine at Candlestick Inn. If you are in the mood for authentic Ozarks food, order the famous fried green tomatoes or fried sweet potatoes at McFarlain's. Of course, you would not want to miss McFarlain's signature Branson traffic jam pie.

If you like live entertainment, you are in for a treat! Branson has more than 100 different shows over the course of the year.

Branson is a golfing destination having 13 golf-courses. Bull Shoals Lake is also a good place for bass fishing while Lake Taneycome is good for trout fishing. Water skiing and scuba diving can also be enjoyed at Table Rock Lake. There are more than a dozen city parks that give public access to tennis courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, walking and biking trails, sand volleyball, fishing docks and much more.

Sight Seeing!
There are many noteworthy sights and attraction in Branson The Silver Dollar City is one of them. You can also explore the scenic railway of Branson. You can spend your day at Mount Pleasant Winery or spend your day digging Branson's history through its many museums.

There are plenty of hotels that you can stay in Branson but if you want to be in the center of everything that is happening in Branson you need to stay at Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing. You can also stay in Hilton Branson Convention Center Hotel and be prepared to experience Hilton hospitality at its best!



Anonymous said...

Do you have pictures of lake of the ozarks..? I would like to see it co'z I have a plan to visit it..Looking forward on it..:-)

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