Welcome Back To Branson

If you live in the Midwest, Branson is the perfect road-trip destination, drivable from many nearby states. And when you’re ready for your next fun-filled getaway, rest assured your resorts are Vacation Ready, with enhanced cleaning standards and safety protocols in place.

There are plenty of things to do in Branson right now, from thrilling theme parks and attractions to outdoor adventures like boating, fishing, and hiking. Here’s what’s open for business.


Many of Branson’s top theme parks are open and ready to welcome guests. Try out these thrilling attractions on your next visit.

A boy on a water park slide at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri.
Silver Dollar City

Silver Dollar City’s theme park reopened on June 15, and White Water park opened June 17.

Lights pointing up into the air from a fountain in Branson, Missouri.
Branson Landing

Branson Landing features shops, restaurants, and attractions, many of which are open for business.

A train sitting at a station on the Branson Scenic Railway.
Branson Scenic Railway

The Branson Scenic Railway, which reopened on June 3, offers a round-trip excursion through the foothills of the Ozark Mountains.

A ferris wheel with the city of Branson, Missouri lit up in the distance.
More Attractions

Track Family Fun Parks, home to attractions like the Branson Ferris Wheel and Skyscraper, and Branson Mountain Adventure Park, boasting an alpine coaster, are both open.


Summer is the prime season to explore the wide-open Ozark Mountains and Branson’s three area lakes.


Live entertainment is what put Branson on the map, so catching a show is a must. Here’s what to see.

An Elvis Presley impersonator and female performers on stage at Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theater.
Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater

At Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, Legends in Concert opened on June 25. The show features celebrity impersonators like Elvis, Frank Sinatra, and the Blues Brothers.

The showboat Branson Belle out on the water, an 1800s-style riverboat, out on the water.
Showboat Branson Belle

Enjoy a scenic cruise and a family-friendly dinner show aboard an 1800s-style riverboat. The Showboat Branson Belle set sail again on June 20.

A herd of circus ponies in Branson, Missouri.
Dolly Parton’s Stampede

Dolly Parton’s Stampede, a dinner show with singing, dancing, and equestrian stunts, reopens on July 1.


Branson restaurants are open and ready to serve you. From singing servers to barbecue joints to modern steakhouses, these are a few local favorites.

A BBQ meat and potatoes dish in a bowl at Gettin' Basted, a Branson, Missouri restaurant.
Gettin’ Basted

Kansas City-style barbecue joint Gettin’ Basted started off as a food truck before opening their brick-and-mortar location. Come hungry and order the Judges Plate to get a taste of everything, including brisket, pulled pork, ribs, chicken, sausage, Texas toast, and sides like poblano cream corn brulée and sweet potato waffle fries.

Three burger sliders with cheese, bacon, and other toppings at Mel's Hard Luck Diner, a Branson, Missouri, restaurant.
Mel’s Hard Luck Diner

If you want your meal with a side of entertainment, head to Mel’s Hard Luck Diner, home of Branson’s original singing servers. The 1950s-style diner and soda fountain serves classic fare like burgers, sandwiches, and milkshakes, with service provided by professional singers. Save room for the famous root beer malt.

A beefsteak sitting atop black beans and vegetables at Level 2 Steakhouse in Branson, Missouri.
Level 2 Steakhouse

Perfect for date night, upscale Level 2 Steakhouse is known for its corn-fed Midwestern beef aged for 28 days. Cuts include filet mignon, ribeye, and Wagyu beef, which are seared in a 1600-degree infrared oven for optimum tenderness. Don’t miss the signature Missouri Butter Cake for dessert. Two forks, please.

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