3269 Shepherd Hills Expwy.
Branson, MO 65616
Phone: (417) 335-6776
Fax: (417) 335-6762
3269 Shepherd Hills Expwy. , Branson, MO, US, 65616
- Phone: (417) 335-6776
- Fax: (417) 335-6762
This huge complex houses more contemporary entertainment options in Branson, as opposed to the usual show house on the "Strip". Here, guests will find an assortment of things to do, like visit the shops and restaurants or enjoy shows on the Little Opry stage. Most of the stores like Bell's, D&D Leather and Ozark Mountain Quilts are only found in this part of Missouri and they provide a great place to find a unique gift. Restaurants here include Mcfarlain's which serves American comfort food, Florentina's for Italian and Montana Mike's Steakhouse for heartier appetites. Check website for complete calendar of show times and other information.
This family owned and operated gift shop opened its doors in 1967, long before Branson was a tourist destination. Today, this treasure chest of collectibles offers some of the finest porcelain and Bisque tableware found anywhere. A large corner of the store is dedicated to Department 56 Christmas village collectibles and a year-round winter wonderland has been created to show off these tiny, lighted buildings. In other parts of the shop, you will find items from Enesco and Boyd's Bears in addition to stained glass, jewelry, T-shirts and more. Outside the shop, the cacophony is created by a large selection of wind chimes, so you always know where to enter.
This studio has photographers who work with you to record your memories of Branson in a portrait. They specializes in large group photography. If you are in town for a family reunion, convention or tour group and would like a portrait, this is the place to call. The professional and friendly photographers work hard to get that perfect location for your shot. The prices are competitive and reasonable.
This blue and white farm-style building presents the homemade and household items from a number of local artisans. Be sure to check out the quilts that are handmade in traditional Amish patterns with bright colors and intricate patterns. The prices can be as high as 600USD and up, but these heirloom-quality pieces are worth every penny. In the furniture section of the store, there are handcrafted pieces made of oak, and if you have been looking for a new bedroom set, what could be better than one of these beautifully crafted designs that are made to last centuries?
The Mountain Man Fruit & Nut Company has been noted as one of the Top 10 destinations for shopping/attractions in Branson, and since the store itself is the length of one and a half football fields and carries a unbelievably huge selection of the finest quality nut, fruit, and specialty items, it's no wonder why. You'll find all sorts of goodies inside the store, from raw nuts such as almonds (both whole and sliced), gourmet coffee, trail mix, chocolates, dried fruit and clothing. The staff at Mountain Man Fruit & Nut Company will also create a beautiful gift basket filled with all the salty, sweet delicious things that you, or whomever you're buying it for, can't get enough of. Open year round, the Mountain Man Fruit & Nut Company showcases seasonal live entertainment, a garden train exhibit, and welcomes large motor coach groups to stop by and peruse the shelves.
While shopping in the Branson area, this is one place you should include on your list of places to go. Inside of the store you will find a massive inventory of celebrity memorabilia. You will discover glassware, plates, posters and more depicting the greatest of Hollywood's legendary entertainers. There is also a large selection of items bearing the logo of the Hollywood Wax Museum. This is also a great place to buy gift items for those special people back home.
Located in central Branson, this popular U.S. outlet offers upscale shops with an impressive collection of more than 50 designer and name brand stores. Some of the stores include Eddie Bauer, Coach, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Harry & David, Bath & Body Works, Van Heusen, Old Navy, PacSun, Reebok and many more. So shop 'til you drop!
The wonderful Victorian architecture of this mall would stand out on its own, but it's the factory shops housed within that deter from the late 19th-century facade. If you are looking looking to do some home improvement, go to Tool Town USA and for high fashion, visit VF Outlet by Vanity Fair. When you tire of shopping, Branson Meadows Cinemas and the Salon Professional Academy are nice places to rest.
This town has created a reputation for itself as the live music capital of the world, and it is quickly becoming a shopping Mecca as well. Located right in the heart of Branson's busy entertainment district, this shopping center houses some fantastic little shops. With over 26 different boutiques, guests can shop for beautiful Victorian furnishings at Abbey Rose, ladies apparel at The Grand Glitz, and Branson trinkets at Main Street Souvenirs. For a complete list of shops, check the website.
The 76 Mall Complex, located right on the strip in Branson, is not only home to the 76 Music Hall, but also to so much other great stuff to do that you could spend a whole day here. After the morning show with the Brumleys at the theater, you might like to browse through the numerous shops or grab a bite to eat at one of the restaurants. If you want something a little more active, why not try a round of miniature golf at the indoor course? There is also a 3-D movie theater, where you can get caught up in the action and get some really great red and blue glasses while your at it.
Located in the center of Branson, this unusual shopping mall houses over 400 separate craft stores. Inside, you will find a variety of items, some of which are handmade by local and regional artists, craftsmen and craftswomen. If you are a doll collector, this is a great place to search for the next addition to your group. Beautifully designed and fashioned quilts will enhance the decor of any bedroom, and holiday decorations made of glass and wood will dress up your tree nicely. If there is a child in your life, check out the variety of hand-carved wooden toys.
This cozy little country store is located in the Ramada Inn just across from the Dixie Stampede, and is the place to find that one of a kind souvenir to take home with you. You will enjoy browsing here, as the homemade gifts, candies and canned foods will remind you of days gone by. Local craftsmen and women make many of the crafts, collectibles and edibles that are for sale. While you are trying to decide just what to buy, be sure to try a sample of the dried fruits, nuts and candies.