I am not a fan of winter. I don’t do well in the cold and I’ve never been coordinated enough to love winter activities such as skiing. Knowing this, it should come as no surprise that one of my favorite seasons is spring. Between the warm weather, ample sunshine, and blooming flowers, spring simply can’t be beat — especially in Branson. With the nice weather and abundance of attractions, there is plenty of things to do in Branson during spring.
From extraordinary festivals to show-stopping performances, Branson is booming with excitement during the wonderful season of spring. If you’re planning to visit the greater Branson area this spring, make sure you visit the following events, attractions, and activities.
Start the spring season off right Silver Dollar City. On March 15-19, 22-26, 31 and April 2, 2017, guests are treated to a wide assortment of entertainment in addition to the exhilarating rides and attractions as part of the park’s Spring Ride Days. Plus, on these select days, Silver Dollar City is celebrating by throwing Pop-up Parties all throughout the park. You never know when or where the next pop-up celebration will be!
If you thought Spring Ride Days was exciting, wait until you hear about Silver Dollar City’s newest festival.
From April 6th to April 30th, 2017, visitors will marvel at acts of curiosity, watch over-the-top performances, and experience jaw-dropping feats of illusion. Festival of Wonder brings oddities, the extraordinary, and the unbelievable to the stage. If the roller coasters don’t make your jaw drop, these acts will.
Perhaps the most unbelievable part of this festival is the food. After all, Silver Dollar City is known for their delectable meals. Duri Festival of Wonder, the park will offer new and innovative culinary masterpieces from kabobs to extreme cinnamon rolls. If you visit Branson in spring, you know where to find me… I’ll be devouring the food at this extraordinary festival!
It’s no secret that Silver Dollar City is the reigning champion of festivals in Branson. Every spring they host one of the most popular festivals in the area: the Bluegrass & BBQ Festival. The renowned music and food festival, hosted from May 4th to May 29th, 2017, features the biggest names in Bluegrass music and BBQ that will make your tastebuds party.
This annual festival is one of the top things to do in Branson during spring. You don’t want to miss it! From roller coasters to unparalleled festivals, visiting Silver Dollar City during the spring season is a must.
When visiting Branson in the spring, you have to get your tickets for a show. After all, you can’t visit Branson and not see a show.
The city is filled with high-quality productions such as Dixie Stampede and Legends in Concert. Known throughout the world for their top talent, incredible production value, and superior level of entertainment, the shows in Branson are not to be missed. Plus, many of the shows begin their season in the spring, so you’ll see the new dance numbers, musical performances, and theatrical equipment before anyone else!
Visit Reserve Branson to get your discounted tickets to top shows such as:
The minute the warmer weather begins, you can find me on a hiking trail somewhere in the world. Some of the best hiking trails in the spring are found right in Branson. Exploring the trails in the Ozarks are a bucket-list item for any hiking fanatic.
To get in touch with your wild side this spring, head to these exemplary hiking spots and trails:
Perhaps you’re looking for more exhilarating things to do in Branson during spring. If that’s the case, I highly suggest riding the Runaway Mountain Coaster. When you fly along the track of this alpine coaster, you’ll feel the wind in your hair and experience the Ozarks like never before. Not a speed demon? The braking system allows riders to control their entire coaster experience. This ride is perfect for everyone looking for thrilling things to do in Branson during spring.
While we imagine spring as a constant ball of sunshine, we know it’s just not true. The fact is, rain is abundant during the springtime. If it rains during your Branson vacation, don’t worry! New to the area, Fritz’s Adventure is perfect for fun on a rainy day.
This attraction brings the fun of the outdoors inside with a ropes course, underground tunnels, warped walls, massive slides, and more. The entire family will love spending time at Fritz’s Adventure, no matter if it’s sunny or down-pouring.
When compiling your list of things to do in Branson during spring, make sure a trip to Table Rock State Park makes the cut. From camping to lounging the day away by the lake, there is so much to do at this marvelous state park. If you love spending time outdoors, there’s no better way to enjoy the spring season in Branson than at Table Rock State Park.
Okay, maybe there is a better way to celebrate the spring season. Branson is home to multiple wineries, each boasting their own unique wines, blends, and scenery. To celebrate the beautiful weather, head out to one of Branson’s relaxing wineries, including:
At each winery, you and your group can take a tour, learn about the winemaking process, and of course, participate in a wine tasting.
Branson is known for its world-class golf courses and spring is the perfect time to hit the links. With the Ozark Mountains as a backdrop, you can’t go wrong when you go for a round on one of the pristine courses. Plus, the PGA tour stops at Big Cedar Lodge’s Top of the Rock and Buffalo Ridge course!
While the Showboat Branson Belle is a staple for all visitors, the iconic boat is now offering a brand new experience. Starting in May, an all-new show–Country on the Lake–will be featured during the noon cruise. In addition, the Showboat has undergone a complete interior transformation as well as a menu update. All in all, these changes enhance the experience making your day on the Branson Belle that much better!
Ready to plan your spring trip to Branson? Remember to check Reserve Branson for discounted activities, attraction tickets, and hotel rooms.
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