Travellin’ to Branson, MO

Vacation for grandparents & grandchildren

Summer travel time. Grandparents, seniors, baby boomers – you might consider Branson, MO for a roaring good time.

Baby boomers who thrive on music absolutely must put Branson, MO on their list of places to do. Just look at this list of performers:

B.B. King, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Regis Philbin, Petula Clark, Crystal Gayle, Glen Campbell, Kenny Rogers, Lee Greenwood, Mel Tillis, Ray Price, Osmond Brothers, Debbie Reynolds, Neil Sedaka, Andy Williams, Lennon Sisters, Oak Ridge Boys, Mickey Gilley, Jim Stafford, Yakov Smirnoff, Dino Kartsonakis, Buck Trent, Shoji Tabuchi, Pam Tillis, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, Paul Revere and the Raiders, The Comets, Fabian, the new Liverpool Legends Beatles Tribute show, and The Road to Rock show.

Righteous Brother Bill Medley says, “Branson is an entertainer’s town. It’s like we’re in a playground for people who really love music.”

I took my family to Branson and we spent a fair amount of money but felt the variety and the unique setting was well worth it.

In less than two decades, Branson has become one of the world’s most visited vacation destinations. In the heart of the Ozarks, the area boasts three mountain-fed lakes in millions of acres of wilderness. The pristine surroundings bring millions of visitors each year and the bright, exciting, brash family entertainment compels them to hang around.

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