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This southwest Missouri city, which is nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, was named after Reuben Branson, the postmaster and the proprietor of the area's general store in the late 19th century. JeremyMasonMcGraw.com Getty Images

Travelers can check out everything from the breathtaking architecture of the Williams Memorial Chapel to the orchids at the C of O Greenhouses at the College of the Ozarks, but they shouldn't miss out on eating at one of the highly praised dining establishments.  Courtesy College of the Ozarks

The Sight & Sound Theatres stages performances of biblical stories like this one aptly named "Moses." Courtesy Sight & Sound Theatres®

Located along 1.5-mile stretch of the Taneycomo lakefront, Branson Landing is an outdoor shopping district with a bevy of restaurants and a full calendar of events. Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

White Water Branson spans 13 acres, offering attractions like speed slides, a wave pool and a lazy river. Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

The Outlaw Run wooden roller coaster is just one of the attractions at the family-friendly Silver Dollar City amusement park.  Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

Visitors to the Titanic Museum can step aboard a replica of the "unsinkable" ship and learn about its plunge into the icy Atlantic waters in April of 1912.  Courtesy the Titanic Museum

Travelers can do everything from swim and boat to fish and sunbathe at Table Rock Lake, which boasts nearly 80 miles of shoreline. Visitors can also take a two-hour cruise on the Showboat Branson Belle.  Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

Recent travelers said the best time to hitch a ride on the Branson Scenic Railway is in the fall when the leaves are in high relief or in November and December when the train transforms into the Polar Express.  Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

Travelers recommend dining at Branson Landing in part because of the beautiful Lake Taneycomo views. Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

Sample some of the area's signature moonshine at Missouri Mountain Moonshine. You'll find this tasting bar and barbecue restaurant at Branson Landing Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

On any given night, Branson offers an array of performances like the popular Dolly Parton's "Dixie Stampede." Many shows are also paired with multicourse dinners. Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

Branson really gets into the holiday spirit every winter, making November and December a great time to visit. Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

With its perch in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, fall is a beautiful time to visit Branson. Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

Travelers will find a variety of theaters along the Branson Strip. Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau Flickr

Branson main picture in Branson
College of the Ozarks picture in Branson
Sight & Sound Theatres picture in Branson
Branson Landing picture in Branson
White Water Branson picture in Branson
Silver Dollar City picture in Branson
Titanic Museum picture in Branson
Table Rock Lake picture in Branson
Branson Scenic Railway picture in Branson
Branson Landing Dining picture in Branson
Branson Moonshine picture in Branson
Dolly Parton's
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year picture in Branson
Branson Panorama picture in Branson
Branson Strip picture in Branson

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