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6 Famous Ways to Enjoy Halloween in Branson MO

Date: 2019-10-07 12:00:00 am

6 Famous Ways to Enjoy Halloween in Branson MO


Halloween in Branson is not just an exciting season to many people to celebrate the occasion, but it is also a great time for kids to enjoy many fun-packed activities and a chance to see beautiful foliage everywhere.

Visitors coming to Branson during this time will have plenty of opportunities to enjoy many forms fun activities such as a visit to establishments to enjoy trick or treat, farms with plenty of pumpkins, and horror houses to see witches, goblins and ghosts. Below you will find the 6 famous ways to enjoy Halloween in Branson.

Photo by Leximphoto on UnsplashTake your kids with you to some establishments and let them enjoy trick or treat. During Halloween in Branson, most of the kids are very excited to enjoy the annual trick or treat where they can have the opportunity to fill in their candy buckets. Branson Landing is one of the famous spots in Branson to host annual Safe Trick or Treat event from 5 to 7 pm on October 31. This time, parents seek a safer way to take the kids for trick-or-treating activity.

The kids will do some walking from house to house to seek candy and other goodies making them enjoy one of the most beloved traditional Halloween tradition. In the area where they want to enjoy trick or treat activity, you will find a variety of establishments that host a safe Halloween trick-or-treating events so the kids can fill their buckets and sacks with plenty of candies.

After the kids have enjoyed the annual trick or treat, the best thing to do is to let them wear some frightening with the not-so-scary costumes and visit horror houses. Many areas in Branson is transformed into a fantastic Boo-City. This is the time for locals and visitors alike including kids to enjoy haunted tours, duck rides, and visit horror parks throughout Halloween in Branson. So bring the whole family to these places and help celebrate this spooky time of the year.

If you want to experience more of America’s favorite Halloween activities and want to be scared out of your skin this season, take a trip through some unique houses of horror. You’ll find these houses of horrors next to Walmart on the Branson Strip. All visitors should be prepared for a fright. This haunted house boasts state of the art animatronics and special effects to bring the ghouls, goblins, and other creatures that go bump in the night to real life for you.

Participating in Ghost and Legends Tour is another famous way to enjoy Halloween in Branson as it will take you on a spooky experience in a haunted environment through downtown Branson. This one-of-a-kind tour experience in Branson is a 90-minute journey that will let you enjoy a stroll at some of the legendary and historical landmarks in town. This fascinating tour is filled with mystery, local history, legends, and stories of the past as you are guided through the dark streets and alleyways in the night.

You may feel a frightful experience of your own during the tour. It might be a cold chill, a tap on the shoulder, or a capture of the ghost on your camera. Orbs, ghosts, all mixed with haunted stories of the past in the enchanted town of Branson. That’s what you will experience with Branson Ghost and Legends Tour.

Another famous way to enjoy Halloween in Branson is to head on to the Haunted House and Monster Asylum at Ozark Cemetery and feel a more ghoulish experience. This house of terror can be found on the Branson Strip. All visiting families with kids are allowed to enter at their own risk but prepare to be scared out as you tour the haunted house.

This frightening place features state-of-the-art animatronics, eerie music, creepy lighting, and plenty of ghouls, ghosts, and creepy creatures that will scare you till you get home. The Haunted House and Monster Asylum at Ozark Cemetery is open daily at 9 am throughout the year.

Branson Haunted ScreamparkFor some visitors who want to experience a more frightening adventure in Branson, don’t miss to visit Branson’s Haunted Screampark. Located in Branson West, the park comprises of four haunted attractions in one location which include the Insanitarium, Slashers, Haunted Adventure & Mirror Maze, and Terror Tales.

A visit to Bass Pro Shops from October 24 to 31 is another famous way to enjoy Halloween in Branson as this great shopping spot will host a Free Halloween Event. The entire week of Halloween festivities at Bass Pro Shops will offer free “Peanuts” craft activities where kids can create Charlie Brown and Halloween-themed magnets, picture frames and door signs. On October 30, every visitor can have the opportunity to participate in the “plant a pumpkin” craft where you decorate a bag and plant a pumpkin with the soil inside it.

On the same day at 3 pm, you can participate in a costume parade throughout the store where you can get a free plus bag. A trick-or-treating can also be enjoyed from 3 pm to 5 pm. You can decorate a trick-or-treat bag from 4 pm to 8 pm. You can also join in the next costume parade at 6 pm. Participants on this parade will receive a plush jack-o-lantern. As you enjoy all the fun activities at Bass Pro Shops, don’t miss to try some McSteven’s Hot Chocolate samples from 5 pm to 8 pm.

For adventurous visitors, you can enjoy more fun and excitement if you join Going Batty activity at the Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery. This is one of the famous ways to enjoy Halloween in Branson as it will let you learn more about the bats that are the center of attraction during Halloween through a guided hike at the Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery from 7 pm to 9:30 pm. This form of Halloween activity will help you dispel bath myths, show their importance, and let you learn how to help bats in your backyard.

Halloween in Branson is a great time to enjoy fun-packed activities with family and friends as it offers a great opportunity to see the beautiful colors of autumn leaves and plenty of carved pumpkins.

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