Dinosaurs have invaded Branson! And goblins, ghouls and ghosts are running rampant on the famous Hwy. 76 Boulevard.
The Branson Dinosaur Museum
takes up half of the 24,000 square-foot building and features 50 life-sized, full body dinosaurs, educational films, a movie room, learning station, children’s play area and a place to dig for fossils created for the little ones. The dinosaur displays were constructed by paleoartists and cost around $2.5 million.
There is also a gift shop and bounce house located in the lobby of the attraction.
While the Branson Dinosaur Museum is geared towards children and families, the Haunted House and Monster Asylum
portion of the attraction is geared more towards teens and adults, although there are no age restrictions. Visitors will travel through an Ozark Cemetery, various crypts, an insane asylum, the ghostly castle and other scary stops.
The Haunted House features some of the most cutting edge animatronics you’ll find. There are numerous gargoyles and monsters, as well as a nightmarish hall of sinister screen legends. A word of warning: If you have a clown phobia, close your eyes as you exit!
Admission to the Dinosaur Museum is $8.95 for adults and $6.96 for children. Admission to the Haunted House and Monster Asylum is $12.95 for adults and $9.95 for teenagers. One Day Combo passes are available as well, with adult combo passes priced at $17.95, $14.95 for teenagers and $12.95 for children.