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There’s never any shortage of Branson, MO things to do. As the home to the famous Silver Dollar City, incredible live stage shows, gorgeous outdoor landscapes, and an endless variety of activities for all ages, the more important question would be where to begin!

The good news is that you don’t have to spend a fortune to make the most of your holiday in Branson, MO. In fact, there a lot of things you can do for absolutely free or at a very low cost. Here are some ideas to get you started:

  1. Tour the old-time Main Street

    How does riding on a trolley and touring historic downtown Branson sound? Hop on the Discovery Trolley and get a glimpse of Victorian lampposts, preserved building facades, and other fascinating attractions along Main Street.

    Done with the 15-minute trip? The Discovery Trolley makes several stops which include Branson Landing. Stroll down the 1.5-mile boardwalk, check out the historical sites, and take your pick with over a hundred restaurants and quaint shops in the area.

  2. Visit Table Rock Dam and Lake

    Have fun while learning more about Branson by dropping by the massive Table Rock Dam. The structure was completed in 1958, and the massive structure created the beautiful Table Rock Lake. Stand beneath the dam for a look at the power-generating plant and the dam’s inner workings.

    Fill up a picnic basket with goodies and soak up all that beautiful sunshine in one of the area’s numerous picnic spots. Table Rock Lake is also a great place for camping, fishing, scuba diving, boating, swimming, or just splashing about with the family on the sandy beach.

  3. Drop by Stone Hill Winery

    The Stone Hill Winery is one of Missouri’s oldest and most renowned wineries, and it offers free tours that last for hours. Learn about the Missouri winemaking tradition by watching a quick film, then get a first-hand look at how wine is bottled and how sherry is made.

    Visitors will end up in a tasting room to sample some of Stone Hill’s wines such as the sparkling Spumante. The children can have a drink too; Stone Hill provides plenty of refreshing juice for their young guests.

  4. Discover the College of the Ozarks

    Also known as “Hard Work U (since students have to work a specific number of hours a week for their tuition),” the College of the Ozarks is a Branson highlight you shouldn’t miss. This lovely campus has various attractions, such as a 1880s gristmill operated by students. Water coming from Lake Honor powers this 12-foot water wheel. There’s also a pond with fountains and swans, plus scenic walking paths.

    A modest admission fee grants you entry to the Ralph Foster Museum. This museum is home to one of the finest collections of Ozarks history. If you get hungry, sample some delicious country-style fare at the student-run Keeter Center restaurant.

Find the Perfect Place to Stay in Branson, MO for Your Holiday!

After a jam-packed day of exciting activities, there’s nothing like kicking back and relaxing in your very own sanctuary inside one of various Branson resorts.

Our folks at Branson Regal can help you find the perfect place to spend your holiday, whether you need a large villa for a whole group or smaller accommodations for two. As a treat, we will also throw a free Branson guest card and free show tickets as a taste of warm Branson hospitality. So what are you waiting for? Book your reservations now!