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Titanic in Branson

The Titanic – All Aboard on Branson’s Newest Attraction. Branson, Missouri is now home to the largest Titanic museum attraction in the world. The museum was created half-scale to the original ship and towers 100 feet above Hwy. 76. Branson’s Titanic helps

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Stone Hill Winery

Stone Hill Winery is the oldest winery in Missouri. Stone Hill Winery is full of rich American History dating back to the 19th century.  Before the 1900’s Stone Hill Winery were the proud holders of eight world fair gold medals including one from Vienna.  In 1920 Stone Hill Winery was forced to close it doors due to the advancement of Prohibition.  What once were the largest cellars for wine production and storage in America suddenly became a large mushroom farm.  In the mid 1960’s, Stone Hill Winery began producing wine once again and now is one of Branson’s premier attractions and the oldest winery in Missouri.  Three of the children who brought back Stone Hill have Bachelor degrees in viticulture. Stone Hill Winery uses French-American hybrid grapes such as Vidal, Seyval and Vignoles.  These grapes compare closely to Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc in flavor and tannins. Stone Hill Winery has...

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Silver Dollar City

Silver Dollar City is Branson Missouri’s most exciting theme park. Silver Dollar City is an award-winning theme park set to the tune of 1880s Ozark culture. Silver Dollar City is one of Branson’s most visited attractions, featuring 17 rides and attractions, scores of demonstrating craftsmen, 50 entertaining shows, 60 unique shops and restaurants and four annual festivals. Silver Dollar City’s World-Fest is a celebration of world cultures from nearly every corner of the globe, a rare opportunity for visitors to experience multiple cultures in one place. During National Kids’ Fest, Silver Dollar City is transformed to include all manner of additional fun for kids, and during An Old Time Christmas, the park becomes a winter wonderland with five million lights, talking trees, a holiday light parade, live Nativity, and all the wonder that the season can hold.  No matter...

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