December 1 – December 31: The Trail of Lights
The Trail of Lights is open all December long. Festive holiday music plays as you make your way through the Shepherd of the Hills Homestead, decorated with millions of Christmas lights. Open 7 nights a week from dusk until the end of the shows.
The Titanic Museum will be transformed during the holiday season with Christmas decorations and lights. Stop by to see the festive sights and meet the Titanic Fantasy Princess.
Branson lights up for the holidays. The one-mile drive is illuminated with over 175 displays and is located off Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Roark Valley Road. Open daily from dusk until 11pm. Family vehicles cost $12.
Named one of the top 5 holiday events in the country by Good Morning America, An Old Time Christmas features 4 million lights, a 5-story special effects Christmas tree, a holiday lights parade, plus holiday shows and treats.
A special ceremony will be held in front of the water and fire show area at Branson Landing at noon to honor those that were lost during the attack on Pearl Harbor. Event is free and open to the public.
December 8: Branson Adoration Parade & Lighting Ceremony
Celebrate the true meaning of Christmas with the Branson community beginning with the annual lighting of the largest nativity scene in the area, which overlooks Lake Taneycomo. Begins at dusk.
December 31: New Year’s Eve Celebration at Chateau on the Lake
Ring in the New Year at Chateau on the Lake with a 3-course dinner, dancing, live entertainment, champagne toast, and fireworks display. Packages start at $290 per couple. Call 888-333-5253 to reserve your spot.