Legendary Getaway in Branson
Spring is a great time to visit Branson, thanks in part to the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf tournament at Top of the Rock. These Branson attractions offer fun when tournament action ends - and throughout the year!

Morning

Top of the Rock Golf Course

Top of the Rock golf course is a nine-hole, par-3 course designed by Jack Nicklaus. Three sets of tees allow for 18 holes of play. The site, on a blufftop overlooking Table Rock Lake, is a nature-based heritage preserve created by Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris.The facility includes, among other attractions: Lost Canyon nature trail, the Ancient-Ozarks Natural History Museum, restaurants and a chapel. The course hosts the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf Tournament.

Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum

Created to celebrate the fascinating history and stunning natural beauty of the Ozarks, the Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum features artifacts, images and interactive exhibits that chronologically walk you through the development of the Ozarks. Located at Top of the Rock, which offers on-site dining at Arnie's Barn and Osage Restaurant, riding tours of the Lost Canyon Cave and Nature Trail, and golf at the Top of the Rock Golf Course.

Evening

White River Fish House

This scenic restaurant is actually a floating barge. While fish is a specialty, the varied menu includes fish, chicken, beef, pasta, burgers, sandwiches, Cajun specialties and other selections. Located on Branson Landing.

Ayo starring Voices of Glory

The day is over, but the fun is just beginning in Branson, where live stage shows help light up the night. Ayo starring Voices of Glory appears at the Hughes Brothers Theatre. While Voices of Glory (Michael, Avery, and Nadia Cole) were in the top five in their America's Got Talent season, today in Ayo, they're in a league of their own. Performing everything from pop to jazz to gospel to soul, you'll be wowed by this fabulous trio.

Afternoon

Dobyns Dining Room at The Keeter Center

After a morning exploring Top of the Rock, take the short drive to College of the Ozarks, home to the Dobyns Dining Room, where the culinary staff of students offers something for every taste. The on-site bakery serves pastries, desserts, homemade-style ice cream, and a variety of coffee and fruit drinks. Many of the food items are raised or grown on-site.

Titanic Museum Attraction

After lunch, travel back in time to discover the stories of the people who sailed Titanic, through interactive galleries and crew members who help bring them to life. Titanic Museum is permanent, interactive attraction for all ages.

Branson Landing

When you're done exploring Titanic, visit Branson Landing, a 95-acre entertainment and retail destination, offering eclectic shops, dining and a waterfront boardwalk;all animated with live entertainment and a merging of water, fire, light and music.

Parakeet Pete's Waterfront Zipline at Branson Landing

At Branson Landing, enjoy the opportunity to take in unique views of Lake Taneycomo downtown Branson as you "fly" to the top of Mount Branson.

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