The Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO
You are transported back in time when you step through the gates at the Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO. Back to the days of cowboys, gun slingers and hardworking people that forced out a life in the west. Of course in between the six shooters and the long skirts you will find some of the wildest rides around!
Our visit kicked off the season with the opening ceremonies.
During our recent visit, Silver Dollar City was celebrating World Fest. Oh man, were we treated to some awesome food from all around the globe. While visiting the park guests can sample selections from 20 countries plus unique combinations from Irish Tacos to Polynesian Calzones.
The shows available are spectacular. We were invited to the show “Benise – The Spanish Guitar” that features Spanish guitarist Roni Benise. He and his band of top musicians and dancers; put on an amazing show of anything but traditional Spanish/Flamenco music.
If you are not into food or shows, make your way to the amazing rides or the wonderful shops.
Thrill seekers will find plenty to get their hearts pumping!
Browsers and shoppers will be able to get their thrill on with all the shops, demonstrations and exhibits throughout the park.
You should plan on spending a full day if not a couple of days if you want to see everything in the park. For those that have mobility issue, the park has wonderful covered motorized carts for rent. They also have special entrances to facilitate wheel chairs and walkers. Having this available sure made my day more enjoyable.
Don’t miss the railroad tour while at Silver Dollar City.
I would like to thank the Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau and all the participating merchants for this trip. It was an amazing trip!
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