National Harvest Festival Gives Branson a Beautiful Start to Fall

There’s no better place to be during the fall than Branson’s theme park Silver Dollar City. From September 11th to October 30th, Silver Dollar City will have out its colorful fall decorations and has planned numerous activities for the National Harvest Festival. This festival features delicious food, craft workshops, and the exciting rides and shows that first made Silver Dollar City famous. You won’t want miss the excitement and fun of the National Harvest Festival at this 1800s themed park!

Silver Dollar City isn’t the only exciting place you will want to visit while you’re in Branson. You will also need to see some of the shows that made Branson famous. Make sure you don’t miss the popular Shoji Tabuchi Show. The show features the incredible, versatile violinist Shoji and his musically gifted wife and daughter. Everything from classical to 60s music is played in this diverse show for an entertaining evening that is designed to dazzle you.

If you’re looking for a dinner and show combination to enjoy while you’re in town, look no further than Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner and Show. This show serves up delicious, home-style Southern foods like rotisserie chicken, creamy vegetable soup, and herb-baked potatoes while you watch an action-packed show. 32 horses and their trick riders will compete against each other in many challenges while you cheer on your side. With everything from racing pigs to singing and dancing, this show is a Branson classic that you will fall in love with.

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  1. I love the fall time everything is so peacefull and beutifull i like to drive around and see the trees change colors. Totally going to plan a trip up to branson during this time

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