There is something for everyone in Branson, so make a reservation at a Branson bed and breakfast for your vacation getaway lodging. In addition to live performances by world-class entertainers, there are several museums to visit. For shopping enthusiasts, Branson Landing on the water front offers opportunities for your Ozark souvenirs.
You can take a dinner cruise aboard the Showboat Branson Belle on Table Rock Lake or go swimming, fishing, boating, or scuba diving.
Branson West, known as the city at the crossroads, was a favorite campground for wagon masters and drovers on their way to market in Springfield. It is also the birthplace of the legend of the lost Silver Mine.
Reeds Spring is about 20 miles from Branson in Stone County, and one of its attractions is Predator World, a zoo that exhibits 500 species of predator animals. The Museum of the Unexplained is of interest to those who like the paranormal or unexplained phenomena.
For a great family vacation with a wide variety of attractions and activities, consider staying at a member of the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri in the Branson area.