Fritz's Adventure in Branson, MO

1425 MO 76Branson, MO 65616
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Perfect for all ages, Fritz’s Adventure offers the thrill and challenge of outdoor adventures in a safe, multi-dimensional indoor space. Experience the wind in your hair as you zipline across the facility, or channel your inner adventurer as you conquer the climbing wall. Plus, don’t forget to explore the slides, tunnels, water tower, ropes course and more. Did we mention there’s an airplane, too?

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Features epic outdoor adventures in an 80,000-square foot indoor facility.
  • Activities available for all ages.
  • Tickets/wristbands are good for an entire day of use.
  • Plan to stay at least 2-4 hours to experience it all.
  • Height and weight restrictions apply for various elements within the facility.


from Fritz's Adventure
Fritz’s Adventure is a dynamic family attraction that brings the excitement and challenges of outdoor adventure into a multi-dimensional indoor environment. Experience 80,000 square feet of hands-on climbing, tunneling, sliding, and zip-lining thrills. Fritz’s Adventure features daunting utility poles to climb, bridges suspended stories above, towering rock climbing walls and giant boulders, three impressive warped walls, a massive ropes course, urban brick buildings for scaling, a life-size water tower, multiple slides, tunnels and tubes to burrow in, and an air-worthy airplane to explore.

Fritz’s Adventure delivers a perceived element of risk, while in a strategically engineered and safe environment. It is a place where you can experience elements of the world around you that anywhere else would be prohibited or discouraged. Parents, teenagers, grandparents, toddlers, and kids alike are encouraged to explore the adventure together for a truly unique Branson family fun experience.

Additionally, Fritz’s Adventure features a restaurant with healthy menu choices overlooking the indoor adventure park from an upper mezzanine and rooftop party rooms for groups or special occasions.

For the first time, Fritz’s Adventure makes it possible for exciting challenges, normally reserved for seasoned adventurers, to be a part of Branson family activities for every age and ability level. Experience a world of untamed indoor family adventure year-round only at Fritz’s Adventure!

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

Justin Rosen
Manchester , MO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great fun but limitations for littles"
April, 2018
This place was great! A lot of fun! But only for about a hour to hour and a half for kids under 48”. They have this incredible climbing set up with a zip line and everything but if your little is under 48” they can’t do it. Even though they have harnesses for small children. They have a toddler version but if your kiddo is like mine he could have mastered that at age 2. We were spending his 5th birthday there and he was in tears because they wouldn’t let him do something he could have done no issues. He has done similar course like this at other places. Repelled down walls all on his own, so I didn’t understand why he couldn’t do it. And it really wasn’t made clear to us when we got there that activity would be off limits for him so his little heart was broken on his birthday. Plus there wasn’t any price difference for the restrictions. If they had more items for the under 48” crowd I would have given it 5 stars. But only 3 because I had a heartbroken little boy and it didn’t really seem valid why he couldn’t do it due to having harnesses his size and that I would be going with him.
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Tip: Not enough things to do for the under 48” crowd for the money.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Farmingdale, New York
"Get ready to climb!"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 18, 2018 NEW
This was a perfect afternoon of family fun for our extended family outing! Five kids ages 7-12, four adults, two seniors (who had been before and knew they would stay on the observation deck). Climbing adults should be in good physical condition; it's not necessary to be a top-notch athlete to participate. The main attraction is the Ropes Course, that all the climbers in our group attempted, but some did not like; I think if there were some easier elements to conquer at the beginning, it would've been way less intimidating and enjoyed by all. We arrived when it first opened, and the wait line for the Ropes Course was about 15 minutes; later in the afternoon, it was over an hour wait. The staff at the Ropes Course was very helpful, patient and efficient to get each group prepared for their 25-minute climbing session. Aside from some stopping the Ropes Course early, we all enjoyed the laser room and other climbing attractions. The food in the cafeteria was better than expected. The whole facility was clean and pleasant. Seniors in our group who planned to stay on the observation deck were charged $12 each; hence a rating of 4 out of 5 for this attraction's value.
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"Fun Active Play for Adventurous Kids and Adults"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed August 15, 2018 NEW
First, I agree with other reviewers that this place is expensive ($22 ea) and it doesn’t make sense to charge $12 for adults who watch from the food court (out of reach of young children). I read reviews before we went and, because of that, we planned to pay full price and actively participate. Once there, I realized how silly it was to charge supervising adults the full price of admission because a) small children should not be left unsupervised or left to staff to keep safe.. there are too many areas where 12yo and under could easily be injured and b) most adults aren’t interested in or capable of doing these activities.. they’re very strenuous. That said, we had a fun time running around with our three boys. They really enjoyed the less risky activities like the tunnels, underground crawl space, warped walls, plane, and slides. As far as enjoying the climbing walls and ropes course, make sure your young ones are adventurous and brave enough to try if you want to get your money’s worth. Since our boys wouldn’t do the climbing walls or ropes course, we ventured out of our comfort zones to do them. They are very physically and mentally demanding. This was our first time experiencing anything like that and we are both wary of heights. However, we really enjoyed it and felt like we had truly accomplished something (and we were sore for days). Make sure you wear socks and athletic shoes as well as comfy, unrestrictive clothing. Have fun!
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Amy C
Wichita, Kansas
"Great family fun on a rainy day!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 15, 2018 NEW
We took our 12 and 10 year old kids here on a rainy day, and we all had a blast. Kept us entertained for 4 hours! We added the sky flying adventure for the kids at the end, and they loved it. 2 minutes of sky diving simulation for $25/each. Highly recommend! Staff were all friendly. and the lines went quickly.
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ChrisandJared F
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed August 14, 2018 NEW
They should NOT be charging people who are just going to sit. $11.95 to sit up in the food area. Then an adult needs to be with any child under the age of 11 so add another $21.95 just to tag along and make sure they are ok. You sign a release and acknowledgement. :/ Skip this...
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Dongola, Illinois
"Worth it for some people"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed August 07, 2018 NEW
We did a huge family trip (3 generations) to Branson and this was the highlight for everyone! It is worth the money IF you are going to do all the rope courses and climbing. But if you’re not into that sort of thing, you might not get your money’s worth. We had two toddlers in our group and they enjoyed the slides and tunnels in the “forest”, climbing into the airplane, and exploring the boxcars while the teens and adults took turns doing the more thrill-seeking activities.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fritz's Adventure

Do I need a wristband if I do not plan to participate? 
Yes. Fritz’s Adventure is a ticketed (and gated) attraction – which means that everyone who enters the building must have a paid admission ticket/wristband. Tickets are purchased individually, by age:

  • Toddler (0-3, Free)
  • Junior Adventurer (4-11)
  • Adventurer (12-54)
  • Senior Adventurer (55+)

We also offer special passes for those who want to participate at a different level. Our Limited Adventurer pass allows the participant to have access to the entire facility but is not able to participate in harnessed activities (Ropes Course and Fritz’s City Wall). The Non-Adventurer pass allows the participant to enter the building but is restricted to the entry level mezzanine. Each ticket is an ALL-DAY pass. Additional rates and fees may apply for certain activities and attractions, depending on the time of year.

Can I drop my kids off to play?
No. For the safety of all guests we have certain requirements: Youth under the age of 16 are not permitted in the building without a paid adult chaperone (18+). Youth under the age of 12 are not permitted on the attraction floor without supervision by someone 16+ years.

Is the ticket good all day?
Yes, your admission ticket/wristband is good all day on the day of purchase. Wristbands are non-transferable and will be voided if removed and reattached. You are permitted to exit and re-enter the building as you please as long as your wristband is intact; we ask that all guests use the exit and entrance turnstiles accordingly. We do not guarantee access to all attractions during your visit. We reserve the right to ask any patron to leave (without refund) if they are being inappropriate, unruly or in direct violation of any posted rule or regulation.

How long should I stay? 
The average family spends approximately 2 to 4 hours at Fritz’s Adventure, but some have been known to stay 6+ hours. Wristbands and tickets are valid for an entire day of play at Fritz’s Adventure.

Are there age requirements/restrictions?
Most of our attractions with limitations are categorized by height, but there are a few places that may be restrictive based on age. Example: Adult supervision for all children under the age of 8 is required through the Container Maze. Children under the age of 5 are not permitted in “The Pit” (warped wall area). Signs are posted throughout the facility to give further instruction.

Are there height and weight restrictions?
There are minimum height requirements for our slides and harnessed attractions. 4 out of 5 slides have a minimum height requirement of 42". The 3-story Sky Trail™ ropes course and City Wall climbing experience (both requiring harnesses) have a minimum height requirement of 48" with a weight limit of 300 lbs.  Our outdoor climbing adventure, the Fritz’s Via Ferrata, has a minimum height requirement of 55" and a maximum weight limit of 300 lbs.

Is there anything for toddlers?
Yes, Fritz’s Adventure has plenty of activities and attractions suited perfectly for toddlers.

Do you have a restaurant/sell food?
Fritz’s Café, located on the entry level mezzanine, is open select hours during the attraction’s normal operating hours.  These hours will vary seasonally. We serve a light selection of sandwiches, wraps, salads, and kids meals.  We also offer a variety of snacks, bottled water, bottled and fountain drinks.

Can we bring in food?
We do not permit outside food or drink inside the facility. All food and drink purchased within the building must stay on the mezzanine level and is strictly prohibited on the attraction floor. If you bring in a water bottle, it must be empty. You can refill your bottle at our convenient water spouts located near the Café. There are also water fountains located on every level.

Are lockers available?
We have lockers available for rent for $5/day. They are self-service, take cash or credit, and can be accessed unlimited times during the day. Be prepared: certain attractions and high-rise elements require you to empty your hands and pockets of any and all items (phones, keys, wallet, money, etc.) and in such cases, buckets are located nearby for short-term storage only. Fritz’s Adventure is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

Is there a dress code? 
We encourage comfortable or athletic attire that allows for movement. Remember that you will be climbing, crawling, crouching and sliding throughout the facility – so plan accordingly. Due to the nature of certain floor and stair elements, skirts and dresses require shorts, leggings or pants be worn underneath.

Do I have to wear shoes?
SHOES ARE REQUIRED. Tennis shoes are preferred, but most shoes with a back or back strap are permitted. Flip-flops, slides and high heels are NOT allowed on certain attractions. If you arrive unprepared, proper footwear can be rented from Fritz’s Outfitters for a fee.

Do you allow smoking?
No, Fritz's Adventure is a non-smoking, tobacco-free campus—inside and outside.

Are we allowed to take photos?
Yes. However, there may be some areas or attractions that don’t permit the use of cell phones or cameras – like our ropes course, suspended bridge and climbing wall. Photographs, film, or videotape may not be taken of individuals without their express permission or, in the case of minors, without the express written permission of parents or legal guardians.