Hallmark Presents Maxine’s Christmas Carol
The Andy Williams Performing Arts Center will host a live-musical version of A Christmas Carol starring one of Hallmark’s most popular characters, Maxine. You can be assured the self-appointed “Queen of Crabbiness” will put a new twist on the Dickens classic. 10 a.m Monday-Saturday, Nov. 1-Dec. 10.)
Runaway Branson Mountain Coaster
This ride at the new Branson Mountain Adventure Park features a track winding more than 5,000 feet through the Ozark Mountains.
Branson Ferris Wheel
With a new electronic lighting system and completely refurbished, the Branson Ferris Wheel is the latest addition to the town’s entertainment corridor.
Hermann Living History Farm and Museum
More than 160 years of farming experiences are on display at this 160-acre living history farm. Tours feature the restored Husmann home and outbuilding, trading post, distillery log house and office, sweet springs, tinsmith shop and gardens. The livestock farm will exhibit a variety of animals, including Shire draft horses and Missouri mules.
National Blues Museum
Located downtown, the 23,000-square-foot museum is dedicated to the history of the blues and its impact on music and culture throughout the world. It features interactive technology and a 150-seat performance venue.
Jefferson National Expansion Memorial
The Gateway Arch continues renovations as part of the CityArchRiver project. The Arch has reopened and offers Journey to the Top tram rides and screenings of the documentary film Monument to the Dream. The Museum of Westward Expansion exhibits can be seen at the Old Courthouse. The project will connect the Gateway Arch to the central business district hotels and attractions and is scheduled for completion in 2017.
Route 66 Car Museum
The 90th anniversary of the birth of Route 66 in 2016 seems the appropriate time and place to open the museum. For the first time the public will have an opportunity to see the 67 vehicles in the Guy Mace collection.
Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium
It’s one of the largest and most through conservation and education attractions in the world, with more than 225 live animal species in 160 displays. Wonders of Wildlife is adjacent to the flagship Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World.
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