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Branson Landing, Branson

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Visit more than 100 stores, stroll by the river, dine at traditional and specialty restaurants, and watch entertainment shows at Branson Landing. Pick out designer apparel, try cosmetic products, or choose new furnishings. Check out outdoorsy equipment, such as camping gear, boats, clothing, and fishing and hunting supplies. You can head to the creamery for ice cream, visit the chocolate factory, or stop by the cafe specializing in carrot cake. Dine at one of the classic American venues, or go for an authentic Irish night. Don't miss the fire and water show at the lakefront. To visit Branson Landing and get the most from your holiday in Branson, create itinerary details personal to you using our Branson trip builder.
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Where to stay in Branson

Packed with good-value motel rooms, Branson offers decent accommodations at affordable prices even during the height of the tourist season. If you've come to enjoy the views of the Ozarks, look for vacation rental cabins, many of which are available on a nightly basis. A short drive out of town, most two- or three-bedroom cabins offer free Wi-Fi and fully equipped kitchens, along with access to enclosed yards ideal for hosting small parties. To stay in town without breaking the bank, look for mid-range hotels near Highway 76.
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  • We loved the closed in pedestrian mall with the shops and eateries. We had dinner, walked the water front, took in the fountain and then had ice cream. Very nice setting and a good variety of shops an...  more »
  • It has a wide variety of stores anchored by the Bass Pro Shop. We had lunch at famous Daves BBQ---excellent. The location along the river is very pleasing.  more »
  • Lovely with nice restaurants and shopping. Go early or late because it's hot. There are nice views of the water and a small fountain show. It's worth visiting and it doesn't cost anything to walk arou...  more »
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  • A fun shopping area, the only negative was the parking garage that costs.... it's almost a slap in the face to spend money just to park at a mall. Some unique stores and restaurants, the beautiful White River flows next to the entirety of The Landing. A water and fire show once an hour also made the shopping experience different than other outlet or shopping center in the area, but most of the stores were national stores.
  • There are so many options at this place. Even if the men folk tire of walking around after the ladies, they can sit at the fountain and listen to music and watch the water and fire show. I love the fact that it is on the lake. They have great restaurants and even numerous desert options in the little shops. Every member of my family, all 5 of us, found something we wanted to do while there.
  • This midtown location is very family friendly with heaps of trending shops and restaurants! The water features and live music always make for an eclectic feel. And around the holidays, it makes for a magical experience!
  • It's a good place to walk. Have great views because they are right on the lake. Good places to eat but there are a lot of empty spaces. Not as many places to shop as there use to be.
  • We always take our groups of out-of-state visitors to the Landing because there are inexpensive options for every age. (Which is a relief compared to the rest of Branson.) The Landing is always reinventing itself, so it's even an interesting stop for the long-time locals.