Although there are only around 12,000 residents, Branson has so much to do that nearly 8 million people visit annually.

There are museums to explore, unique dining experiences, an 1880s-style theme park, outlet shopping, and so much more in the small city in the Ozarks. 

Over 100 years ago, the ship that was deemed virtually indestructible collided with an iceberg five days into its voyage and met a watery grave.  

Visit The Titanic Museum

While survivors of the catastrophe numbered 705,  there were 1,503 people who lost their lives.  The Titanic Museum in Branson pays honor to all of those who boarded the luxury ship on April 10, 1912.

There are 20 galleries to explore, 2,208 stories to read, and over 400 actual artifacts from the Titanic, including an actual menu of the last meal that was served that fateful night.

Mel's Hard Luck Diner is more than just a place to grab a bite to eat.  It is a unique dining experience that you won't find anywhere else.   

Eat at Mel's Hard Luck Diner

Throughout the day, the servers will pick up a microphone and sing to the diners.  While there, I was lucky enough to have one of the servers join me in my chair while he sang.

Nestled in the woods of The Ozarks lies one of the most fun amusement parks you will ever encounter. 

Go to Silver Dollar City

Silver Dollar City is a 100-acre family-owned theme park that has more than 30 thrilling rides, 12 restaurants, and 60 shops with wares made by over 100 resident craftsmen.

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