Monthly Archives: May 2012

Branson Attractions and Events

Big Cats invade the Branson Area

The Branson Area has a new and exciting attraction.  The area is now home to the National Tiger Sanctuary.  

The staff of the sanctuary is dedicated to providing an educational facility to teach about environmental conditions that are affecting the earth’s ecosystems.  The sanctuary’s focus is on big cats as examples of species of beauty and diversity that we need to preserve.

In addition to being a classroom to educate all ages, the sanctuary is also utilized by national zoos to assist with the Species Survival Program.

We know you will enjoy the experience of viewing these beautiful animals from as close as three feet.  The facility has also been approved by the USDA to allow the public to actually feed the Tigers.  The sanctuary is open year round and offers tours Wednesday through Sunday at 10:00, 1:00 and 3:00.

We hope to see you soon in Branson, and at Red Bud Cove Bed and Breakfast Suites where you can be assured of an outstanding lodging and hospitality experience.

General

Branson Celebrates 100 Years!

Later this month, Red Bud Cove Bed and Breakfast Suites will celebrate its 21st anniversary.  But, we are just infants compared to Branson which, this year, is having its 100 Year Celebration–and what a year it will be for the millions who come to enjoy the many attractions of the area.

Diversity has become a theme in recent years and it is sure to continue into the future.  For more than fifty years, Branson has been known for its live music shows and for Silver Dollar City Theme Park.  Today, there are nearly 120 live entertainment shows to enjoy and the diversity of entertainment to be found in Branson’s theaters offers assurance that there is literally “something for everyone”.  But, not just the theaters are becoming diverse.  You will find something for everyone wherever you look in Branson or on the surrounding lakes.  If Ziplines are your thing, there are now four to choose from.  Likewise, the area now offers four venues for those who enjoy museums.  In addition to the Titanic and Veterans Memorial Museums in Branson and the Ralph Foster Museusm at the College of the Ozarks, there is now the Branson Centennial Museum which showcases Branson’s history with exhibits that rotate throughout the year.

The area is also now home to four wineries as well as the Copper Run Distillery.  And adults of all ages will enjoy our expanded night life.  This year there are no less than eight night spots that feature live music on a regular basis.  Branson has truly become a destination for people of all ages.

We hope to see you soon in Branson, and at Red Bud Cove Bed and Breakfast Suites where you can be assured of an outstanding lodging and hospitality experience.