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Branson is one of the top family holiday destinations, it has an abundant offerings of outdoor adventures and entertainment varieties. It didn't fall short in natural beauty which is very evident in the Ozark Mountain's varied topography which includes lakes, springs, waterfalls, caves and karst. Branson is called the 'liveshow capital of the world' with variety of onstage entertainment from its music scene to broadway shows and massive stage productions, comedy acts, magician, acrobatics, game contest and more variety shows.

One of the family friendly attractions is the Silver Dollar City, an 1880's themed amusement park that aside from offering a number of adrenaline-boosting rides and attractions, they are also preserving the culture of Ozarks by demonstrating craftsmanship in pottery, blacksmithing, candle making and other skills. Silver Dollar City also provides great shopping and dining experience with its wide array of unique shops and restaurants. There are 40 entertainment shows daily and this park is hosting major events and festivals through out the year. With all these features, Silver Dollar City has been named as one of the Top Theme Parks in the World.

There are a number of museums in this city and Branson Titanic museum is probably the most famous. This museum will give you an actual experience of what it was like getting inside the luxury ship. Upon entrance you will be given a boarder pass just like an actual passenger. There are more than 400 artifacts exhibit and as a visitor you may experience touching a real iceberg and standing on the edge of the deck just like in the movie scene. You may walk on the exact replica of Titanic's grand staircase, and discover passenger's fate in the Titanic Memorial Room where there are around 2,208 names in its historic wall.