Branson New Year’s Eve on tap

28 Dec

I’m Branson bound for New Year’s Eve.

Many people I know look at me like I’m crazy for wanting ring in the New Year in the Mid-west’s music city. Bad on them.  Many resorts offer up great deals during the off season, which starts on Jan 1. In the past it was hard to find Branson attractions that stay open all year ‘round. Not so much these days. The renovated Hollywood Wax Museum and Castle of Chaos is open year ‘round. Titanic and many other museums remain open for those who like to avoid peak-season crowds. Count me as one.

 The Branson Landing and the Hilton Convention Center offer a great spot to celebrate the New Year.  Hilton is offering a special New Year’s Eve package including room, five course dinner for two, Champagne party at midnight and a bloody Mary brunch on New Year’s day. Rooms are still available and the price is reasonable. I landed my package for around $300 plus tax. Think about it: All of the adult fun, food and entertainment the Landing has to offer and you can park the car and just walk down to the shore of Lake Taneycomo to get your New Year’s spirit on. No worries worry about getting home safely.

 Many Branson shows officially close down after a special New Year’s Eve performance. One that stands out in my mind is The Haygoods New Year’s Eve show. Never been, but feel secure it’s a great deal. Check out The Grand Plaza Hotel for a Bob Anderson show and celebration. Lodging, show and dinner packages are still available starting around at $199.95 for the standard queen size room to $269.95 for the honeymoon suite. The Legends in Concert at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theatre and Jim Stafford have shows on tap.

 Make reservations today and I’ll report while I’m in town. Happy New Year.



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