Branson Fall-Christmas Season Is a Treat!
Summer is winding down as we begin to enter the fall season, what a fantastic summer we had! Branson experienced temperatures in the mid to high 80’s for the majority of the season with only a few days reaching the 100 degree temps.
I myself was thrilled to have such a mild summer. Two kids locked up in a house when the temperatures are too high are well… interesting to say the least. But for now we can expect to see the cooler temperatures begin to roll into the Branson hills. Cooler weather means more outdoor time at Silver Dollar City, more time hiking the many amazing trails in the area and of course more time to walk and shop along Branson Landings outdoor river walk.
But what about the shows in Branson during this fall season? Do the acts change? Is there anything new to see while we’re there? Absolutely! Branson has but two seasons in which their shows and attractions make changes, spring and fall. It is typical to see many of the theaters begin to make the change from their regular spring and summer productions to Christmas/ Holiday-themed events. This change occurs between the last week of October and the 1st week of November. There is nothing more strange for the eye to behold than to see Christmas decorations all over Branson while trick or treating with your little Ghouls and Goblins. It a confusing for the senses… Merry Christmas – Boohahahaaa!
If you ask me (and for the purpose of this article we will assume you are) I will always recommend visiting Branson during the fall. November brings the beautiful fall colors changing on the trees, the holiday lights are strewn throughout the city, and it’s beautiful sweater weather for all to enjoy. Who could ask for more? Branson’s entertainers will delight with Holiday themed shows, Ride the Ducks take its passengers through the Branson Area Festival of Lights display; Silver Dollar City enthralls its guests with over a million Christmas lights and Light up Parade, just to speak of a few fall festive options.
My family will spend most of our time outdoors during the fall season biking, hiking, fishing, shopping and just enjoying the Ozark weather. Come join us and experience Branson for a whole new season. See you all soon!