Best Attractions & Activities

With all of the things to do and see in a city, deciding how to spend your time can be quite an agonizing decision. 10best has narrowed all of the available attractions in Branson to a list of the most appealing and reputable, to aide in your decision making. You can rest easy knowing that any choice you make from our list is sure to please.

The Haygoods

Music City Centre presents "The Haygoods." This performance features seven talented brothers and one sister who are certain to keep you entertained and amused with song, dance, and acrobatics. At the show, you'll hear live guitars, saxophones,...  Read More

Ride the Ducks is an 80 minute land and water tour of Branson and Table Rock Lake. The Ducks self proclaim that their ride is the best show in Branson! They have good reason too. The tour includes a trip down Country Music Boulevard where guests...  Read More

This butterfly sanctuary draws guests who appreciated nature and beauty to its peaceful environs. This large, indoor exhibit is over 9,000 square feet in size and features all manner of live butterfly species as well as a variety of plants and...  Read More

Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum

This museum is dedicated to the famous duo Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. So, if you're a fan, head over for an afternoon of looking at exhibits that include personal artifacts of the two celebrities and western and cowboy related items, such as Roy...  Read More

Housed in the former Majestic Steakhouse building, this museum chronicles the history of our country's presidents in an entertaining and informative manner. Interesting exhibits replicate the Oval Office and the president's own airplane, Air...  Read More

World's Largest Toy Museum

The minute you step through the doors of this gigantic toy museum, you're a kid again! The exhibits at this museum will bring back memories of simpler days. Displays feature old lunchboxes, stuffed animals, dolls, toy soldiers, trains, cap guns,...  Read More

Branson Scenic Railway

You'll enjoy taking a tour of the lovely Ozark region on these gleaming old-timey rail cars. The tour covers 40 miles of ground and gives you a good feel for the area. You'll pass over scenic lakes and ride on historic train trestles....  Read More

Branson West

Marvel Cave is an underground attraction that was opened to the public in 1894 by Canadian William Henry Lynch and his daughters, Miriam and Genevieve. At one point, explorers thought one of the cave walls was solid marble; therefore, the cave's...  Read More


Branson has always sought to market itself as one of the premier family-friendly vacation destinations of the Midwest, and since 1960, perhaps no single attraction has embodies this fact more than Silver Dollar City. This one-of-a-kind theme...  Read More