Are you planning a Branson vacation in 2013? If so, perhaps you’re wondering what’s new in Branson. Luckily, there are several new attractions and events that will add to your Ozark Mountain experience.


Outlaw Run at Silver Dollar City: The world’s most daring wooden coaster will make its debut at Silver Dollar City this spring.  Outlaw Run will feature the world’s steepest drop on a wooden coaster – 162 feet at 81 degrees. It is the only wood roller coaster to twist upside down and, at 68mph, is the second fastest in the world.

Titanic Museum’s Children of the Titanic Exhibit:  The new Titanic Museum Branson gallery – Discover the Children of Titanic – will put the spotlight on Titanic’s littlest heroes and tell the story of what these children saw, heard and felt from the moment the y boarded the ship.
The Adventures of Marco Polo:  Debuting at the White House Theater, The Adventures of Marco Polo is replacing The Legend of Kung Fu show.  The new show features a cast of more than 50 performers and is an epic tale exploring Polo’s legendary trip to China.
Dancing Queen ABBA’s Greatest Hits: Opening at the newly renovated King’s Castle Theatre, Dancing Queen will showcase ABBA’s greatest hits and other groovy tunes from the 70s.
Promised Land Zoo:  Educational and interactive, the Promised Land Zoo, located on Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, is a 120-acre facility home to small and baby exotic animals.
Pure Comedy: Starring Minneapolis comedian Joey I.L.O, this new show will be located at the Jim Stafford Theater.  Clean, family based comedy is a signature of I.L.O.’s stage act and he brings hysterical insights into everyday life.
Kirby VanBurch: Kirby will appear in a new location and theater in 2013.  The Kirby VanBurch Theatre is now located at 1835 W 76 Country Blvd – on the world famous Branson Hwy 76, fondly known as “The Strip.”  As always, the magic show features astonishing disappearing acts, illusions and exotic tigers.
Parakeet Pete’s Watefront Zipline: The new zipline adventure will let guests launch from the Branson Landing and zip across Lake Taneycomo, up to an observation deck on Mount Branson.Without a doubt, this is going to be one of the best ways to get a birds-eye-view of downtown Branson. 
Reserve your trip to Branson now to see all that’s new in 2013.