Top 16. Best Tourist Attractions in Branson – Missouri

Top 16. Best Tourist Attractions in Branson – Missouri

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3 Popular Attractions In Missouri

  • Grant's Farm: Former Busch family estate, located in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Missouri Facts:

    • The present Capitol completed in 1917 and occupied the following year is the third Capitol in Jefferson City and the sixth in Missouri history. The first seat of state government was housed in the Mansion House, Third and Vine Streets, St. Louis; the second was in the Missouri Hotel, Maine and Morgan Streets, also in St. Louis. St. Charles was designated as temporary capital of the state in 1821 and remained the seat of government until 1826 when Jefferson City became the permanent capital city.
    • Situated within a day’s drive of 50% of the U.S. population, Branson and the Tri-Lakes area serves up to 65,000 visitors daily. Branson has been a “rubber tire” destination with the vast majority of tourists arriving by vehicles, RVs and tour buses. Branson has also become one of America’s top motor coach vacation destinations with an estimated 4,000 buses arriving each year.
    • The first successful parachute jump to be made from a moving airplane was made by Captain Berry at St. Louis, in 1912.
    • Leroy “Satchel” Paige received his nickname as a young boy when he worked as a redcap and “looked like a walking satchel tree.” He was noted for his famous “hesitation pitch.”
      • Missouri was named after a tribe called Missouri Indians; meaning “town of the large canoes”
      Kansas City, Missouri
      City of Kansas City
      Flag of Kansas City, Missouri

      Official seal of Kansas City, Missouri

      Nickname(s):

      “KC”, “KCMO”, the “City of Fountains”, “Paris of the Plains”, and the “Heart of America”

      City boundaries and location within the U.S.
      Coordinates:

      39°05′59″N 94°34′42″W / 39.09972°N 94.57833°W / 39.09972; -94.57833Coordinates: 39°05′59″N 94°34′42″W / 39.09972°N 94.57833°W / 39.09972; -94.57833

      Country United States
      State Missouri
      Counties Jackson, Clay, Platte, Cass
      Incorporated Town of Kansas: June 1, 1850; 172 years ago(June 1, 1850)
      City of Kansas: March 28, 1853
      Named for Kansas River
      Government

      Mayor Quinton Lucas (D)
      •Body Kansas City, Missouri City Council
      Area

      City 318.98sqmi (826.14km2)
      •Land 314.88sqmi (815.55km2)
      •Water 4.09sqmi (10.60km2)
      •Urban

      584.4sqmi (1,513.59km2)
      •Metro

      7,952sqmi (20,596km2)
      Elevation

      910ft (277m)
      Population

      City 508,090
      •Estimate

      (2021)[3]
      508,394
      •Rank 36th in the United States
      1st in Missouri
      •Density 1,613.60/sqmi (623.00/km2)
      Metro

      2,392,035 (31st)
      Demonym(s) Kansas Citian
      Time zone UTC−06:00 (CST)
      •Summer (DST) UTC−05:00 (CDT)
      ZIP Codes
      64101-64102, 64105-64106, 64108-64114, 64116-64121, 64123-64134, 64136-64139, 64141, 64144-64149, 64151-64158, 64161, 64163-64168, 64170-64172, 64179-64180, 64183-64184, 64187-64188, 64190-64193, 64195-64199, 64999[5]
      Area codes 816, 975
      FIPS code 29000-38000[6]
      GNIS feature ID 748198[7]
      Website kcmo.gov

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      Top 16. Best Tourist Attractions and beautiful places in Branson – Missouri: Titanic Museum, Sight & Sound Theatres, College of the Ozarks, Table Rock Lake, Silver Dollar City, Branson Landing, Theatres in Branson, Marvel Cave, Ralph Foster Museum, Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery, Branson's Promised Land Zoo, Table Rock Dam, The Butterfly Palace, Table Rock State Park, The Track Family Fun Parks, State Park Marina

    15 thoughts on “Top 16. Best Tourist Attractions in Branson – Missouri

    1. I’m really surprised Dixies stampede wasn’t on this list! It’s a little more expensive but very worth it. Best show in all of Branson went twice and will probably go again.

    2. I live here and I hate it! There’s literally NOTHING to do if youre local. Everything is so expensive like, I’m not on vacation, why would I want to spend twenty bucks to go on a Ferris Wheel for 7 minutes? Trust me, Branson is not all it’s made out to be!

    3. I just came back from a vacation in Branson, MO, I did most of these. Love the 50's Dinner. Been going here since I was a little kid, its changed a lot since the mid 70's but I still love it.

    4. Don't forget about Lost Canyon Cave Tour by golf cart or hiking just south of Branson. This place has only been open for a couple years and it was Awesome. I would recommend going there.

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