Branson has all the small town feel that you are looking for in your next vacation. The town of Branson looks to be stolen out of a different era and offers guests the ability to escape the busy city and relax during their vacation. One of the most fun things to do while in Branson is to look at the different attractions that scream small town. To help guide you on your next Branson vacation, we have put together a few of our favorite attractions in Branson:


Cafes and Restaurants

Branson is full of small restaurants and cafes that represent the small town atmosphere. The prime example of this is Clockers. Located on Commercial street, Clockers café is a family owned café that has all of your favorites from breakfast, lunch or dinner. The atmosphere is friendly and makes you feel like you are one of the locals in an instant. Make sure you come hungry to this restaurant, their portions are large and you are sure to know exactly where the name comes from as soon as you sit down.


Dick’s Old Time 5 & 10

This classic shop is one of the best places to do your shopping in Branson. This relic is a one of a kind shop that will remind visitors of smaller convenience stores of years past. Whether you are looking for gifts, greeting cards, candy, toys, or souvenirs , Dick’s Old Time 5 & 10 will have what you are looking for.


Theatres on Commercial Street

Take a hop in the time machine with these theatres on Commercial Street in Downtown Branson. Theatres like the Hot Hits Theatre play a variety of different music selections that includes the classics of Mowtown Downtown, Doo-Wop, Soul, Absolutely Patsy, and the Drifters. Along with the musical theatres, Branson has the historic Owens Theatre and Branson’s House of Comedy to hear tribute music and much more.


Branson Fiddle Festival

All small towns have various festivals throughout the year. One of the most popular in Branson is the Fiddle Festival. At this festival, guests can hear bluegrass and Ozark Mountain music and enjoy the spirit of competition at the Old Time Fiddle Contest. No matter if you can play the fiddle or if you can’t match tone to save your life, The Branson Fiddle Festival is fun for the whole family and a piece of the Ozark Heritage that is a must see.