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3 Accessible Attractions in Branson, Missouri for Vacation Fun
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3 Accessible Attractions in Branson, Missouri for Vacation Fun

School may be starting in the next two to three weeks, but there is still time to enjoy a relaxing, fun-filled vacation to Branson, Missouri this summer. Branson, Missouri is a popular vacation destination located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. The following three accessible attractions in Branson, Missouri promise to deliver a good time for people of all ages.

  1. Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction:  The staff at the Dixie Stampede serves up a delicious feast while guests watch an entertaining show including riding tricks and beautiful horses. Spectacular musical productions combine with rodeo stunts in the 35,000 square foot arena for the performance of a lifetime. Guests should arrive 50 minutes early to view the opening act in the Carriage Room. The facilities are fully accessible; however, it is recommended that a member of the party call ahead to advise staff of assistance needs.
  2. Silver Dollar City Theme Park and Attraction:  Some rides are designated with height restrictions for the safety of guests. Many of the shows are seasonable, please check website for schedule. Glass cutters, potters, candy makers, a bladesmith, leather crafters and other tradesmen offer demonstrations throughout the park. Accessible parking spaces are available for guests with a government issued license plate or parking tag on a first come, first served basis. Trams circle through the parking lot on a schedule to pick guests up and drop off at the gate. Electric conveyance vehicles are available for rent.
  3. Titanic Museum and Lodging:  Step back in time to view artifacts from the original Titanic Ship. The museum captures the attention of the audience with an interactive guest experience. The Titanic is the sea’s most popularized disaster in history. A collection of Steinway pianos is on display from the original Titanic. Special events are scheduled throughout the year, such as a sleepover for girls only, Christmas celebration, and tributes. Guests with mobility devices should have no problem maneuvering at the museum.

*Photo courtesy of Dixie Stampede by Branson Convention at Flickr’s Creative Commons.

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  1. Charlotte
    This looks like fun
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    1. John Mark
      Maybe some day we can travel more!
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  2. immasweetiepie
    Great my friend!
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    1. John Mark
      Something else for the bucket list!
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  3. immasweetiepie
    Great my friend!
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