Silver Dollar City Tickets in Branson, MO

399 Indian Point RoadBranson, MO 65616
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Branson’s #1 attraction for more than 50 years, Silver Dollar City is an award-winning park themed around the late 1800s. The park offers six incredible festivals, 40 live shows performed daily, 60 one-of-a-kind shops, family adventures and a variety of lighting displays. From bluegrass performances to barbecue festivals, this unique destination has great experiences unlike any other.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Branson Travel Experts
  • Time Traveler: The World's Fastest, Steepest, & Tallest Spinning coaster opening in Spring 2018.
  • Outlaw Run: The world’s only looping wooden roller coaster.
  • Fireman’s Landing Family Adventure area - ideal for ages 3 to 93.
  • Arrive after 3:00 pm, get your next day admission free. (Note: Must arrive after 7:00 pm during Old TIme Christmas Festival for bonus day to apply).
  • Parking is free for all guests.
  • Use package pick-up to avoid carrying shopping bags.
  • Small coolers are permitted.
  • Wear comfortable walking shoes.

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Insights from Reserve Direct's own team members

Ashley C.

Silver Dollar City's Old Fashioned Christmas is a must-do during the holidays!

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Kevin W. Chief Creative Officer

A lot of fantastic rides for kids plus some world-class roller coasters.

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from Silver Dollar City
Branson’s #1 attraction for over 55 years, Silver Dollar City is an internationally-awarded 1880s-style theme park that features over 40 thrilling rides & attractions including NEW for 2018: Time Traveler™ - the world’s fastest, steepest and tallest spinning coaster! Prepare to embark on the ride of a century as Time Traveler launches adventurers twice and flips them upside down three times, with 360-degree views, while rotating through the sky!

Enjoy even more adrenaline-inducing adventures on thrill rides and roller coasters including Outlaw Run®, WildFire®, PowderKeg®, The Giant Barn Swing and more. You’ll find fun for all ages in the themed ride areas Fireman’s Landing and The Grand Exposition as well as aboard family favorites like the Frisco Silver Dollar Line Steam Train.

Silver Dollar City is also home to 10 world-class festivals and events from The Festival of Wonder in the spring to the acclaimed An Old Time Christmas®. Plus, tour Marvel Cave, one of Missouri’s deepest caverns, experience award-winning dining throughout the park, explore over 60 unique shops and see daily demonstrations from Silver Dollar City’s 100 resident craftsmen.

Reserve Branson Customer Reviews

265 Reviews
Erica Nelson
Portia, AR
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Christmas Lights"
February, 2018 NEW
The lights were amazing. It is just a family friendly location. There is something for everyone!
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Tip: Be prepared for a blast and make the best memories

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Sarah Hawthorne
Winnsboro , LA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Family fun"
February, 2018 NEW
We went to Silver dollar City and had a blast. My kids are 9and 6 and love SDC. You have no worries that your kids will see things you don't approve. The Christmas lights are amazing and so are the shows in SDC.. we got season passes so we can go to each season through out the year!!
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Tip: You can't do everything in one day plan to visit more then once in a trip

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Deborah White
Blue Springs, MO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Christmas at Silver Dollar City"
February, 2018 NEW
We had an absolutely magical time at Silver Dollar City during their Christmas celebration. It was relatively warm for December, so the roller coasters were all running. We really enjoyed the rides. At night the Christmas lights were magical. The new area of Christmas lights was noticeably brilliant. We had a truly wonderful time.
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Tip: Be sure to get there early if you're going on a Saturday in December, because the parking lots and the park fill up fast. There are plenty of fun places to eat and shop as well as rides.

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brittany stephens
White Hall , AR
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Christmas in the City"
February, 2018 NEW
Very family oriented, fun for all ages
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Tip: Realize that most rides are closed in cold temperatures

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Lisa Phillips
Benton, AR
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Great Mother/Daughter Trip!"
February, 2018 NEW
This is the 2nd time I booked my vacation through Reserve Branson and both times were hassle free and saved money! SDC at Christmas is just unbelievable!!! The lights and atmosphere are definitely with going for!! I took my 12 year old daughter & her friend on a girls trip in November and we had a blast!!! I will be booking another trip this fall for sure!!!
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Laurie Spence
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"No Rides Open"
February, 2018 NEW
We didn't realize that none of the rides are open if it falls below a certain temperature, not by any fault of SDC - I'm sure they post that somewhere that we overlooked- so it wasn't really that much fun this time around. We've been several other times and loved it but the Christmas program and parade in the evening makes it all worth while!!!
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Tip: Know the temperature! lol

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Johnny Sanders
Monroe, LA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Another fantastic Christmas at SDC"
February, 2018 NEW
We had a great visit to Silver Dollar this Christmas. They added many more lights and the atmosphere was very festive. We highly recommend going any time, but Christmas is very special.
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Tip: Paying to park is a bit of a waste for most people. You can park in any lot and they will get you right to the main gate on trams. Same with pick up.

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Melissa Tate
Thayer, MO
3 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Holiday experience"
February, 2018 NEW
The Christmas in MidTown was amazing! We ended up getting season passes for 2018!
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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Ava, Missouri
"Good Times"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 22, 2018 NEW
We love SDC! Every year our family buys passes and we go all year. Its good time for families to get away and enjoy their kids. The only bad thing is the prices! Food, Drinks, ect. is really expensive.
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Kilwinning, United Kingdom
"Fantastic Varied Theme Park"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 21, 2018 NEW
We weren't sure what to expect from SDC as it didn't seem to have the big rides that 6 flags and other theme parks had but we defo weren't disappointed. Quite the opposite. The tickets are expensive at $65 but similar to prices in UK for theme park entrance. We were lucky to get a BOGOF on our tickets. As we were going on a Thurs we saw online that if you bought your tickets from a certain store you would get 2 tickets for price of 1! Which we did. Was worth searching for this elusive shop. The drive to the park is beautiful and bit scary as its high up. There was quite a queue to get into the car park but we went first thing in the park and yes we had to park away down the bottom but there is a bus that takes you into the park. Once at the ticket desk again another bit of a queue but then we were in the park. We didn't know where to start but saw there was a show about to start. They were called the Sons of the silver dollar. Silver Dollar City's resident male trio took to the stage singing popular, western, bluegrass and gospel music with power packed three part harmonies. They were fantastic and as we were seated and plenty seats it was a good way to start our day off. Would recommend stopping by to see this group. I was on crutches but didn't realise you can go to guest services and get a special leaflet that you give to staff at rides and you will be asked various health and safety questions to determine your fitness to ride . Its not your usual theme park with a host of rides. There was many shows and we enjoyed seeing Frontier Follies which is an all girl show signing dancing set in a saloon bar and my personal favourite the Wild Mustang show with the very talented Mustang expert Fred Woehl and his partner Phil. We were thinking about going into the Wild West Show when Fred invited us to his show. He was very taken with us being Scottish and chatted to us before going to get ready for his show. He is a well known wild mustang expert and during his show brings out a wild mustang that he has been working with a gives commands and sometimes they work and sometimes they don't as these are wild horses. His knowledge showed throughout his show and everyone was very interested in listening to him. He was also very kind giving away free prizes during his show and he gave us a few to take away with us. He personally signed a mustang pic i have up in my room as did Phil. Loved this show and would like to see it again. There were various places to get different varieties of food from burgers to salad to popcorn. throughout the day and different parts of the park there are craftsmen shows and lots of beautiful craft shops that you can go in and browse. We didn't get to do as many rides as we thought we might but we were happy to go on a ride and have a wander through the park and go into a few shops. Loved all the rides we did. American plunge fab water ride but man do you get wet! Luckily the sun was shining and we dried out. Fire in the hole was a fantastic roller coaster and loved waiting to see what was going to pop up next. The steam train was a nice ride with a few surprises along the way but a big wait to go on. Grand Exposition coaster was great roller coaster. Outlaw run was a fantastic roller coaster and i didn't stop screaming from start to finish! So many twists and loops. Powder Keg was The best roller coaster and totally surprised me as didn't look like it was going to be that fast but boy does it go quick. Flooded mine as a lot of fun too though hubby beat my score. We had a fantastic day and cant wait to go back. Don't judge this old theme park by its looks as i think you will be pleasantly surprised.
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Kathy Y
Pittsburg, Kansas, United States
"If you aren’t into rides go here"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2018 NEW
For the amount of money it costs to go in we were very disappointed. Not many good rides and had to walk forever to find them. Wouldn’t go again.
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Timonium, Maryland
"Great Family Fun, But For Us Old Folks You Can Skip A Few Years Between Visits!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 20, 2018 NEW
Silver Dollar City is a great, fun, adventure park, loaded with tons of musical talent, dancers, magicians, glass blowers, candy makers, shops galore, blacksmiths, shows, rides, food, you name it! Once inside all the shows and rides are included in your admission price. Tons of crafts persons have their wares for sale, and there are tons of gift shops as well. Food and drink, of course, are extra. The park runs several themed sessions every year, and the place is incredible during the Christmas season; however, most people vacation about the same time every year and the themed sessions run about the same time every year and they don't change very much year-to-year, so you'll probably see much the same each year if you go about the same time. My wife and I have been going in the Fall every year, so we only go about every 3 years now. I HIGHLY SUGGEST YOU BUY SEASON PASSES FOR THOSE YEARS YOU DO PLAN TO GO BECAUSE A SEASON PASS COSTS LESS THAN TWO SINGLE DAY ADMISSIONS! Also, if you buy late in the year for the following year you get an "Early-bird" discount on the season tickets. If you're a local or can get to the park several different times a year, you'll definitely want season passes! They really are a great bargain as long as you go at least two or more times a year. Kids love this place, there are tons of rides, roller-coasters, water rides, crafts, food, etc. And for us bigger kids there are a ton of stuff to do as well, shows, music, food, etc. Oh, and every night when the park closes there is a really good Country Western show in Echo Hollow! Food service at Echo Hollow stays open during the show. The show is usually excellent with some great local talent. Silver Dollar City is very family oriented and does not sell any alcoholic beverages, and you are not allowed to bring any in. It is a NON-SMOKING park; however, there are designated smoking areas. There are ample free parking lots and free shuttle bus service runs all day long. My wife and I love Silver Dollar City, and I've been going since it first opened! Before the park opened all that was there was Marvel Cave...which is still part of Silver Dollar City today, included at no additional cost, and it is a beautiful cave! The park, with the exception of the Marvel Cave tour, is handicap accessible and motorized carts are available for rental just inside the entrance to the park. Go visit Silver Dollar City, you'll like it!
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Linda B
Osage Beach, Mo, United States
"Amazing and entertaining!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 19, 2018 NEW
This theme park is truly amazing and entertaining for the whole family. There is something for all ages to enjoy! I would definitely recommend it to any family for a very special and memorable time! The music, food, rides and the atmosphere is very special!!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Silver Dollar City

How long do I have to use the Two Day Ticket at Silver Dollar City?
The 2nd day must be used within 2 operating days of the first use at SDC. For instance, if your first admission is used on Wednesday you can use the second admission on either Thursday or Friday.

If I go to the park after 3:00 pm, can I still get the next day free on a one or two day ticket?
Yes. If you arrive at Silver Dollar City after 3:00 pm and you go the next day, it counts as ONE of your admissions. The second day of admission must be used within two operating days. For instance, if you go to the park after 3:00 pm on a Tuesday, then attend on Wednesday, you can then choose to go to the park on Thursday or Friday as part of your two-day ticket. To take advantage of this offer during Old Time Christmas, your entry must be after 7:00 pm. 

How long should I plan to stay at Silver Dollar City?
It depends - there is so much entertainment to experience. We recommend at least one entire day. Two days during our festivals.

What is Silver Dollar City's Trailblazer pass?
Blaze a trail through your favorite Silver Dollar City rides with the Trailblazer Pass! Each pass is only $35 + tax, and is good for use up to 8 times for one single day!

When you purchase the pass, you’ll get to go straight to the front of the line at Outlaw Run, PowderKeg, Wildfire, FireFall, The Giant Barn Swing, Thunderation, Fire In The Hole, Lost River of the Ozarks, Frisco Silver Dollar Line Steam Train, Tom & Huck's RiverBlast and American Plunge. Please note, the Trailblazer Pass is good for only use on Outlaw Run. Stop at the Cave Information Desk (located in the Hospitality House) on your way into the park to purchase your pass. T
he quantity of Trailblazer Passes issued each day is limited, and passes are available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis.

Are coolers allowed at Silver Dollar City?
Small coolers are allowed at the park.

Is a senior ticket available at a lower price?
Senior rates are not available at this time. 

If my child is three years or younger are they admitted to free to the park?
Yes! Children age 3 and younger are admitted free of charge.

Are strollers, wheelchairs, lockers, and electric carts available at Silver Dollar City?
Strollers and lockers are available to rent at the park on a first-come basis for a nominal fee. Wheelchairs and electric convenience vehicles (ECV's) are available for rent at the park on a first-come basis for a fee. Advance reservations are recommended by calling the park directly.

  • Wheelchair Price: Electric $42, Electric after 3:00 pm (March - Oct.) $20.00, Push $12.00
  • Lockers: $4 per day, $8 for family size
  • Strollers: Single $13.00 full day, Double $18.00 full day

How large is Silver Dollar City?
Right now the park is over 61 acres.

Do you serve alcoholic beverages?
We do not serve alcohol and do not allow it on our premises.

Is smoking allowed at Silver Dollar City?
Smoking is allowed only in designated smoking areas. For the convenience of smokers and non-smokers alike, 14 designated smoking areas are located as indicated on the park map.

Do you have a dress code?
Silver Dollar City is a family-friendly environment and requires appropriate dress. Although some of our rides and attractions may get you wet, we request that swimsuits be limited to children 8 and under only. While on rides, children 8 and under will be asked to wear shorts over swimwear; all others wearing swimsuits will be required to wear an appropriate coverup at all times. Guests wearing clothing that may be offensive or inappropriate (including profanity or suggestive material) will be asked to change. Shirts & shoes must be worn at all times. The use of shoes with built-in skates or wheels is prohibited. We reserve the right to refuse admission to anyone not properly attired, and appreciate your help in keeping our City a great place for families to visit.

Are cameras and video cameras permitted on park and at the shows?
Yes, in all areas of the park.

My spouse and I have difficulty with walking for long periods of time. Will we enjoy the park?
The park terrain does have some hills. Many activities are at the bottom of the park so you may want to rent an electric cart. However, we do provide numerous benches and shaded areas throughout the park.

Do you have plenty of parking available? Do you charge for parking?
There are plenty of free parking spaces available at Silver Dollar City. At most parking locations, a tram or bus will pick you up and take you to the admission gate. Handicapped parking is available for those with a permanent or temporary disabled tag, located close to the main admission gates. Preferred parking is also located close to the main gates of the park, and is available for a small fee: Season Pass Preferred $7; Preferred $13-$15.

Do you have rides for children?
Yes. The Grand Exposition and Fireman's Landing are two play areas designed specifically for children.

Are loose articles allowed on the rides?
Loose articles are not permitted on most rides. (This includes: hats, purses, cell phones, cameras, bags, personal electronics, pocket change, keys, etc.) Waist or fanny packs are not permitted on The GIANT Swing, PowderKeg, Thunderation or Wildfire. We recommend you leave valuables with a non-rider or secure them in a park locker, available for rent. Unsecured storage bins are available at most rides, however, Silver Dollar City cannot take responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged articles. Articles taken on WaterWorks Waterboggan, Lost River of the Ozarks, and the American Plunge will get very wet.

Are there ride restrictions?
For your safety, some rides have height, size and health restrictions. In the event of inclement weather, some rides close when the temperature drops below a specific degree. You can view the ride temperatures at the entrance of the park.

What are the weather guidelines for rides and attractions?
We value your safety at Silver Dollar City. In the event of occasional inclement weather we adhere to the following guidelines listed below. During these times we invite you to visit indoor attractions, shops or restaurants until weather passes. Temperature At Which Each Ride/Attraction Closes:
 32 degrees: Fire-in-the-Hole*, Fireman's Flyer, High-Low Silos, Thunderation,
 34 degrees: Outlaw Run®**
 35 degrees: Electro Spin, Elephant March, Fire Spotter, Fire Wagon Frenzy, Happy Frogs, Ladybugs, Lucky's Dizzy Dogs, Magnificent Wave Carousel, Mighty Galleon, Racing Regatta, Royal Tea Party, Up The Ladder, Wings of Wonder
 38 degrees: FireFall, The Giant Barn Swing
 40 degrees: PowderKeg®, WildFire®
 42 degrees: Grand Exposition Coaster
*Fire-in-the-Hole will not operate when temperatures reach 32 degrees or less inside the ride building.
**Outlaw Run® will not begin operating for the day unless temperature reaches 37 degrees.

Do we need tickets for the shows at Silver Dollar City?
No. At Silver Dollar City your gate admission ticket covers all rides and shows. All shows occur several times during the day and are available on a first-come, first-seated basis. A listing of show descriptions and times is available at the front gate entrance. Don't forget to stay after the park closes for our night show in the outdoor Echo Hollow Amphitheater, weather permitting.

Do you serve a breakfast?
Yes. April through October, starting one hour prior to park opening, there is a buffet breakfast, available at Molly’s Mill Restaurant.

Does my ticket include the shows, Marvel Cave tour and rides?
Yes. You only pay for your food or merchandise items you choose to purchase.

My children already have a ticket to enter the park. What age can they enter the park without an adult?
Children 15 years and under must be accompanied by an adult while visiting Silver Dollar City.

Can I bring my pet on park?
Only service animals are allowed on park.

Does Silver Dollar City have pet facilities?
No, unfortunately Silver Dollar City does not have pet facilities. However, the following is a list of area kennels.

  • Adam's Animal Inn - 417-581-8946 - Ozark, Missouri
  • Allphin Veterinary Clinic - 417-272-8000 - Branson West, Missouri
  • Barking Palace Pet Salon - 417-739-4191 - Reeds Spring, Missouri
  • Branson Pet Resort - 417-335-6045 - Branson, Missouri
  • Camp Little Paws - 417-335-6800 - Branson, Missouri
  • Happy Hollow Pet Lodge - 417-581-7983 - Ozark, Missouri
  • Ozark Crest Kennels - 417-725-2121 - Nixa, Missouri
  • Paw Prints Day Care for Dogs - 417-858-6555 - Located between Branson and Eureka Springs
  • Wag-N-Tails - 417-858-2775 - Shell Knob, Missouri

Can I leave the park and be re-admitted the same day?
Yes. Silver Dollar City allows readmittance so guests can feel free to come and go from the park.

Why do my Silver Dollar City E-Tickets only have one name listed on them?
The name on the E-Ticket is the primary ticket holder but the tickets are valid for all within your party. 

When using the second day of my two day Silver Dollar City tickets, will the days the park is closed count as operating days?
When using your second day of entry for Silver Dollar City, you have two operating days from the first day of entry. If the park is closed, these days would not be counted since you could not enter the park.