Branson

Branson Landing transforms into Winter WonderLanding for the Holidays

Branson, Missouri

What To Do

To see a full list of attractions, visit www.explorebranson.com

Dining Options 

Dining at Chateau on the Lake:
Dining Approx. 1-Mile from Chateau on the Lake:
  • Coulee's Bar & Grille
  • Tiki Bar
Dining Approx. 10-Miles from Chateau on the Lake:
Dining Along Hwy 76: 
  • LongHorn Steakhouse 
  • Montana Mike's Steakhouse 
  • The Outback Pub
  • Olive Garden 
  • Getting Basted
Dining Along Sheperd of the Hills Expressway:
  • Little Hacienda 
  • Red Lobster 
  • Drafts Sports Grill 
Dining Along Green Mountain Drive:
  • Florentina's Ristorante Italiano 
  • Lone Star Steakhouse 

REALTORS® Recommend 

We all know when you travel you ask the locals where to go and what to do. To be sure you don't miss a thing, we asked Branson REALTORS® for their recommendations:

Portrait of Brent Sager

Brent Sager

2019 President, Tri-Lakes Board of REALTORS®
Broker – Associate, Gerken & Associates, LLC

“I think that everyone who comes to Branson should go to Sugar Leaf Bakery since they have the best treats and are an amazing place for lunch. Billy Bob’s Dairy Land is also a great spot for a burger. They only accept cash so make sure to bring that with you. Lastly, everyone should check out Branson Landing. They have a short fire show on the hour and there are shops, restaurants, and other fun things to do. It is also right on Lake Taneycomo and you can even zipline over the lake.”

Portrait of Julie Bolton

Julie Bolton

Association Executive/CEO, Tri-Lakes Board of REALTORS®

There are many things to love and do in the Tri-Lakes area! It’s hard to narrow it down to just a few; however, here are a few recommendations: 

If you love to shop, there are plenty of shopping opportunities at the Branson Landing along with dining and entertainment. One of my favorite restaurants is the White River Fish House. It has panoramic views of Lake Taneycomo. 
Another great place to visit is Top of the Rock. The scenery is gorgeous. The Lost Canyon Cave & Nature Trail is open year-round weather permitting. There is also an Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum.

If you plan on staying until Sunday, the Chateau on the Lake Champagne Sunday Brunch is amazing! You can enjoy a live piano performance by D’Vaughn Pershing while you dine.