A Free Discovery Trolley Service known as ‘’Sparky’’ is a beautiful attraction in Branson where visitors enjoy a free trolley service that is provided by the Historic Downtown Branson Community Improvement District. This free trolley service operates from March to December daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. except on Thanksgiving and Christmas. In February the schedule is from Friday to Sunday at from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The route of the two trolleys is continuous that loops throughout the heart of Branson every 15 minutes.
This free trolley ride provides an excellent way to get an overview of Branson Landing and Convention Center. The historic district is a great attraction in Branson that boasts over 130 unique shops, restaurants, theaters, art galleries and many more eclectic attractions. With the multiple pick-up and drop-off locations scattered through the historic district, the ‘’Sparky’’ Trolley Service gives you a convenient way to explore all of Branson’s rich history area. While you are aboard the trolley, you will be provided with free maps and brochures as compliments from businesses in the area.
In Branson, visitors can have the chance to enjoy five free things to do that include Tour Historic Downtown Branson, Tour Table Rock Dam and Lake, Visit to Stone Hill Winery, Explore the College of the Ozarks, and See a Sunday Show. The Discovery Trolley takes visitors to the historic attraction in Branson that allows them to get a glimpse of the old-time Main Street, Victorian lampposts, and a number of preserved building facades. The tour includes a stop at Branson Landing that features over 100 retail outlets.
The Tour to Table Rock Dam and Lake gives visitors the chance to see the massive engineering structure of Table Rock Dam that was completed in 1958 and caused the creation of man-made Table Rock Lake. The lake become a favorite haven for boaters, campers, scuba divers, swimmers, water-skiers, and fishermen. Other interesting free thing to do in Branson is a tour to the Stone Hill Winery where you will see how Spumante is made at Missouri’s oldest and most awarded winery. The tour ends in a tasting room where visitors can have sample from a variety of Stone Hill’s great wines.
Another free thing to do in Branson is a tour to the College of the Ozarks. Students in this college must work 15 hours per week to earn for their tuition. The college features a picturesque campus that include a pond with swans and fountains and a student-operated 1880s gristmill. College of the Ozarks is also home to the student-run Keeter Center Restaurant that serves country-style cooking. Seeing a Sunday Show is one of the nicest free things to do in Branson where many theaters open their doors each Sunday morning where you hear old-time favorites, country songs, and traditional gospel music.
If you want to experience a nice tour for free, take a Free Discovery Trolley Service in Branson where it provides excellent way to give you an overview of all historical attractions in Branson.
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