Everywhere you go in Branson, Christmas trees of all kinds are displayed. Their sparkling beauty seems to symbolize many of the traditions we hold dear about the season.
Here are some places where you can find some of the most unusual varieties:
- Branson’s Centennial Museum: This historical depository exhibits a traditional tree adorned with circa 1930s ornaments and popcorn strings.
- Presley’s Theatre: The lavishly decorated lobby displays at least a dozen trees decorated in different themes.
- Ripley’s Believe It or Not: Have you ever seen an upside down tree? You can view a series of them at this creative attraction.
- Ride the Ducks: The unique tree that graces this area is made with 235 life jackets.
The city estimates that 45 trees and 19,000 lights can be seen around the community. Towering trees lend their cheer to an array of shopping centers and other attractions such as a 65-foot tree at Branson’s Landing and a 40-foot tree at the Branson Convention Center.
Vintage Paris Coffee and Wine Café
When you’re out and about seeing the sights in Branson, it’s nice to take a break and get some coffee, tea or hot chocolate. We recommend Vintage Paris Coffee and Wine Café because everything is delicious and it’s a great place in which to relax. The address is 260 Birdcage Walk in Hollister.
Stay With Us
Come stay at America’s Best Campground in Branson, a city where Christmas is embraced wholeheartedly. Call 800-671-4399 to book your spot, or stop by our website for more information. Be sure to like our Facebook page.