Silver Dollar City is breathtaking during the Christmas season. Millions of lights outline buildings, walkways, rides, trees, shrubs, railings, and anything else that doesn't move. It is truly a spectacle to see. You won't be able to see it all in one visit, which is why we offer 2-day passes for the price of 1 day! You can purchase those here: http://bransononline.com/attractions/silver-dollar-city-holidays. Dress warmly - you will be outside most of the time. However, you can sip hot spiced cider or hot chocolate to stay warm, or go inside any of the shops. Silver Dollar City also offers a unique shopping experience. It's the perfect place to find one-of-a-kind gifts created by local artisans. Worried about carrying all of your purchases through the park? Don't be. You can have them all delivered to the Silver Dollar City Hospitality House at the front of the park. Whenever you're ready to leave, your packages will be waiting for you.
If you'd prefer to be inside, consider seeing Dixie Stampede's Christmas show. Everyone who experiences Christmas at Dixie, falls in love with the fun and excitement of the grand performances during their spectacular Christmas extravaganza. Don't worry, Branson hasn't forgotton about the true meaning of Christmas. Dixie Stampede features a live Nativity scene, complete with three kings riding camels, ascending angels and heavenly music. Of course, part of the fun at Dixie Stampede is the fabulous 4-course meal! Vegetarian meals are available upon request, also. There is a friendly North and South Pole rivalry, and you can cheer for your favorite Elf! No Christmas is complete without a visit from St. Nick, and his sleigh full of goodies, and you won't be disappointed here. Who knows? You could even become a part of the show! Be sure and treat yourself and your family to an evening of great food and fun!
For all you baby boomers who grew up watching The Osmond Brothers and The Lennon Sisters each Christmas on the Andy Williams Christmas show, they are performing together again. And, of course, the perfect venue is the Andy Williams Moon River Theatre! Don't be confused by the show's name - the"Andy Williams Christmas Show". Sadly, Andy has passed on, but his vision of a great Christmas Show is intact and honored in this performance. Music, dancing, and big production numbers will keep you entertained and in the holiday mood.