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Shoot For the Stars Mini Golf, Branson
(3.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • We have been coming here for about 4 years now and it is our favorite mini golf spot. Fun, relaxed, and lots of other fun stuff to do as well. Next to the Wax museum, hall of mirrors etc. 
  • It's a fun and interactive mini golf course, but a bit expensive. There where 3 of us and for the "everything" package (includes the wax museum, mirror maze and Chaos Castle) it was $84, though we had...  more »
  • Fun for the family! Expensive but kids enjoyed it. The staff was nice. Trivia about Hollywood along the way when you push buttons at holes. 
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  • All in all good time. Not the most challenging but enjoyable. Had a couple in front of us taking more pictures than playing golf but I guess there buildings are pretty neat.
  • Lame course and extremely high prices. We also went to another mini golf place in town called Pirates Cove which was a much harder, cheaper and more interesting course. My opinion, don't waste your money.
  • Very bad course!!! People were smoking constantly in front of us. We went to put up our golf clubs and balls no one was there at the desk to help us. There was a ticket deal play the course then you can go to the wax museum, went to the was museum they told us out tickets were not allowed and we had to double the mini golf ticket price to get in. Cost 15 dollars per player. Overall you are better off to go to a different course.
  • It was great. Did the all access pass. This is a great mini golf course. It was definately not easy. It reminded me alot of Celebration City, back when it was open. I would pay just to see the scenes and take me back to when Celebration City was open. Worth $8.
  • Definitely one of the better mini-golf courses in town that I've played. First of all, it's only a year or two old--and let's face it, like in fish, freshness matters in mini-golf. This place is fresh & the scenery is extremely well done. The course is themed as a story of becoming a big movie star, with a sense of humor and each hole is a step along the story. Lot's of fun and a great idea. The mini-golf holes themselves aren't the most innovative, or wackiest you'll find, but the holes are mostly well laid out with a few interesting challenges/options, and miles better than some of the other choices in the area. It does tend to be a little pricier than some, but I'd recommend it.