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Branson Museums

Information, hours, details, reviews, and unique facts about 2015 Branson museums!  See life like wax sculptures, walk along the Titanic, snap a picture with celebrity cars, see oddities, pay tribute to our veterans and touch an iceberg, just to name a few things you can do. Check out the list of Branson museums below.

Branson Hollywood Wax Museum

The Branson Hollywood Wax Museum is a classic attraction right off the Strip across from Starlite Theater where you're invited to hang with the Stars! It’s filled with life like amazingly sculpted stars on sets from famous movie scenes. Each sculpture looks extremely real. Take an Instagram or Facebook picture with Samuel L. Jackson, I Dream Of Jeanie, King Kong, Jack Sparrow, Laurel and Hardy and dozens more. The Branson Hollywood Wax Museum has been in town since 1996 and revamped last year. Click to find out more.

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Titanic Museum Branson

Visit and remember the world’s most famous luxury liner, the Titanic Museum Branson attraction. It's one of the most famous Branson museums. You’ll walk the hallways, parlors, cabins and Grand Staircase and see more than 400 artifacts directly from the ship and its passengers.  Probably the experience that gets the most and highest reviews in town is the real iceberg that visitors get to touch. Whether you’re walking the Grand Staircase, reaching hands into 28-degree water, or trying to stand on sloping decks, it’s an interactive experience that vacation families love. Visit the button for Titanic Museum Branson Missouri info.

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Branson Car Museum

Come visit a Branson car museum including the Branson Auto and Farm Museum and the Branson Celebrity Car Museum. After being hit by the tornado the auto museum just re-opened this 2015 Spring. You can see farm equipment, cannons, celebrity cars, and even stand and take a photo with original famous cars that you only saw on TV or read about in the news. Each Branson car museum sees vehicle enthusiasts and receives amazing reviews. Find out more by clicking below.

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Ripley's Believe It Or Not

The famous “Broken House” on the Strip just added a new attraction this year: a giant almost “life size” transformer that towers above Ripley’s Believe It Or Not. It’s considered the most strange structure in town, with 12,000 square feet of Odditorium. It recently went through an extensive renovation, and if you’ve visited in the past it’s completely worth a re-visit. There are over 400 incredible artifacts, oddities, world records, pranks of nature, amazing illusions, and it’s interactive. Ripley's Believe It Or Not was originally built to remember the massive Missouri earthquake along New Madrid in 1812. It’s fascinating, frightening, bizarre, and downright funny. Click to find out Branson Museums details.

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Veterans Memorial Museum Branson

The Veterans Memorial Museum Branson Missouri site is a national tribute to the valiant men and women defending American liberty. It’s a powerful and emotional experience. It’s one of the most frequented sites in town. The enormous collection of exhibits causes reflection and creates inquisitiveness about experiences that shaped these brave heroes. You can see the uniforms, letters to home, medals, weapons, battlefield instruments, motorcycles, cannons and more. The Veterans Memorial Museum Branson attraction features World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, and more.

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Past Branson Museums

This year the auto location re-opened after the tornado; however there are some phenomenal attractions that have been on tour and called our Missouri town home in the past including the Branson Dinosaur Museum, the Human Body Exhibit called "Our Body the Universe Within," the Explore Space Museum and several others. Every year you visit holds new places to visit.

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