Branson Holiday Lights Tour in Branson, MO

VIP Tours of Branson1600 W Hyw 76Branson, MO 65616
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Overview

Hop in a gorgeous luxury Mercedes-Benz Sprinter coach and head into town to see some of the most stunning holiday lights in all of Branson. Ride through two of the most popular holiday light displays in Branson from the comfort of your reclining seats, followed by the Branson lighted Nativity. Your night ends at the historic “Branson Hotel” for hot chocolate and treats from the Backstage Cafe.

Description

from Branson Holiday Lights Tour
Departing from Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, your holiday light tour will whisk you away in our custom Mercedes-Benz Sprinter coach. From the comfort of your reclining custom leather seats, you’ll enjoy an elevated view of Branson’s magical, electrical, celebration of the holidays.

Your itinerary includes riding through two of Branson’s most eye-popping lighting displays. Then you will hear the history of Branson’s Historic Nativity Scene on your trip to Branson Landing for an up-close look at Branson’s lighted Nativity, seemingly suspended above stunning Lake Taneycomo. The evening gets tasty with a stop at our beautiful and historic, 1903, “Branson Hotel” for refreshments including wine, hot chocolate or soft drinks, and a tasty baked treat in their Backstage Café.

You’ll experience thousands upon thousands of twinkling lights while our knowledgeable and entertaining tour guides chauffeurs you, your family and friends, for an unforgettable night of holiday music, lights, and cheer. This is your upscale, Branson, VIP holiday experience.

See why 100% of our Trip Advisor ratings are “5 STARS!”

~ Tour lasts approximately 2.5 hours

DEPARTS: From the lobby of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater located at 1600 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Branson Holiday Lights Tour

What should I bring on my tour?
All guests should bring the following items on their Branson Holiday Lights tour:

  • Photo ID
  • Your VIP Tour Ticket
  • Camera
  • Cash / Credit Cards
What should I wear for the tour?
We recommend wearing seasonal attire and comfortable walking shoes.

Can guests get out of the car and walk through some of the stops on the tour?
Yes. At certain points in the tour, guests will have the option of leaving the car and walking around the area. Please be advised that many of the stops have uneven terrain, stairs/steps, inclines, and other irregular surfaces.

Can I bring food or drink on the tour?
Guests are not permitted to bring outside food or beverages on the Branson Holiday Lights tour. If guests need to bring food or beverages, they must be kept in sealed containers throughout the duration of the tour. Guests are provided a bottle of water. The tour also stops at the Backstage Cafe at the Branson Hotel.

What does the tour include?
The Branson Lights Tour includes:
  • Transportation on Our 18 Passenger Mercedes Sprinter Coach
  • An Entertaining and Experienced Local Guide
  • 2 Different Holiday Lighting Displays
  • Branson’s Historic Nativity Scene on Lake Taneycomo
  • Refreshments at the Historic Branson Hotel (est. 1903)
  • Recommendations for Branson’s Best Shows, Shopping, Dining & Attractions
  • Other Theater, Shopping and Attraction Locations
  • History of Branson and Local Attractions
  • FREE On Board WiFi
When are tours available?
The Branson Lights Tour is available from November 3, 2016 to December 17, 2016. Tours run on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 7:00pm.

Where do the tours depart from?
Tours depart from the lobby of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater located at 1600 W 76 Country Blvd, Branson, MO.

Can we bring a car seat for our small children? 
We do have lap belts for our seats, but not shoulder straps. We are okay with them using car seats but would prefer that they bring a towel or blanket to put on the seat before putting the car seat in. We want to make sure the seats aren’t scratched or torn.