Adventure Ziplines of Branson is a full-featured zipline complex only three blocks off of Branson’s famous Highway 76 Strip. From high atop the first 70-foot tower, guests can take in a breathtaking view of the Ozark Mountains before zipping on to the rest of their adventure. You don’t have to leave Branson to enjoy the wildlife, or the great views. Our high-flying adventure is a favorite destination for families because Adventure Ziplines can accommodate anyone from three years of age and older, up to 275 pounds. You will love the feeling of flying through the air at speeds up to 50 mph, and even zipping upside-down if you choose!
The Hollywood Wax Museum
The Hollywood Wax Museum is a two-story wax museum featuring replicas of celebrities located on Highway 76 in Branson, Missouri. The museum is part of the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Center, owned and operated by descendants of Spoony Singh. It claims to be the most photographed landmark in the area since it opened in 1996, with its own 150-foot-long Hollywood version of Mt. Rushmore.
The Track Family Fun Park
The Track Family Fun Parks offers it all in one convenient location. With its high-rise and classic go-kart tracks, laser tag and maze, bumper boats and cars, kiddie rides, mini golf, batting cages and arcades, The Track is the quickest ticket to hours of entertainment for the whole family. And with four Branson locations, tantalizing fun is literally just around the corner. The Track Family Fun Parks offer an incredible 14 different go-kart tracks that are sure to please all ages. Adventurers can take their turns at three high-rise go-kart tracks that feature elevated twists and turns like none experienced before.
The Titanic Museum Attraction is a museum located in Branson, Missouri on 76 Country Boulevard. It is one of two Titanic-themed museums owned by John Joslyn (who headed a 1987 expedition to Titanic’s final resting place); the other is located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The museum holds 400 pre-discovery artifacts in 20 galleries. Guests step through the artificial iceberg into the museum, and receive a passenger boarding ticket, featuring the name of an actual Titanic passenger and the class on which the passenger traveled. During the tour, guests learn the individual stories of several passengers. At the end of the tour, guests are told whether their ticket holder survived.