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Guide to the Branson Strip and Theater District


Live entertainment is one of Branson's biggest attractions, and the best place to find it is on the Branson Strip in the theater district. While this stretch of State Highway 76, also called 76 Country Boulevard, isn't home to all Branson's attractions, it houses the vast majority of them. Branson Strip is a great place to spend the day. Whether you're looking for live shows, restaurants, or attractions like the Branson Sawmill. Add this iconic stretch of road to your travel plans when you stay at Bull Creek RV Park.

Branson Strip Map

While there is some debate on where exactly the Branson Strip starts and ends, many generally consider it to run from Shepherd of the Hills Expressway to Roark Valley Road. The Theater District is the area between 76 Country Boulevard and Roark Valley Road/Shepherd of the Hills Expressway. Refer to the area's map for more information.

Branson Theaters

Theaters are the most popular attraction on the Branson Strip, as it houses 14 with four others in the theater district. Some theaters include the Americana Theatre, Clay Cooper Theatre, Dolly Parton's Stampede, God and Country Theatre, Grand Country Music Hall and Mickey Gilley Grand Shanghai Theatre. The four theaters off the Branson Strip include Hamners' Variety Theater, Little Opry Theatre, The Majestic Theatre and Pierce Arrow Theater. For a full list of Branson Shows and theaters, check out the city's directory.

Branson Strip Attractions

There are plenty of other attractions on the Branson Strip to keep your interest when not attending a show. The area is home to several activity centers, including Bigfoot Fun Park, The Track Family Fun Park, WonderWorks, Ripley's Super Fun Zone, and Fritz's Adventure. The Grand Country features great activities, such as live shows, a go kart track, arcade, a water park, and many more. Another great way to get your adrenaline pumping is the Branson Coaster, which takes you through the Ozark countryside via an alpine coaster.

If you're looking for a slower pace, the Branson Strip is home to several museums. The Aquarium at the Boardwalk and the Titanic Museum Attraction are both popular options. Some other museums in the area include the Branson Military Museum, World's Largest Toy Museum Complex, Hollywood Wax Museum, Branson Celebrity Car Museum and the History of Fishing Museum, to name a few. You never know what you'll find when you wander on the Branson Strip.

Restaurants on the Branson Strip

A trip to the Branson Strip wouldn't be complete without finding some delicious food. While there are several chain restaurants, the area also houses local restaurants. Billy Bob's Dairyland, Crazy Craig's Treehouse and Rowdy's Cheesesteaks are some great options. There are also some buffets on the Branson Strip, including Grand Country Buffet and Starvin' Marvin's. If you want a show to go along with your meal, try Dolly Parton's Stampede, Hughes Brothers Country Dinner Show and Jackie B Goode's Uptown Cafe. There are so many tasty options in the Branson theater district, and you're sure to find a good choice near your activities.

Other Things to Do on the Branson Strip

There is so much to do on the Branson Strip that it can be hard to narrow down the activities. The theater district is home to Murphy Park, which is home to some great places to play and picnic. Old School Park is another great place to visit, and is the site of Branson's one-room schoolhouse. If you're looking for a shopping experience, head on over to the Tanger Outlets for a good experience. There are many stores along the Branson Strip, so take some time to walk along the road to see what you can find. 
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