Branson is one of the most visited places in the Ozarks that offers tons of exciting attractions, entertainment shows, museums, parks, and many other child friendly places that are ideal for children who want to learn many new things. No matter what type of activity you’re looking for in Branson at any time of year, there are always plenty of things to see that can help you create unforgettable memories.
Aside from having fun with outdoor activities and other attractions to see while you’re in Branson – there’s always something that everyone in the group will love to explore. Branson visitors especially children are sure to find many educational attractions that can give them additional knowledge and many interesting facts about the place they want to visit. Some of these educational attractions in Branson include the Butterfly Palace and Rainforest Adventure, Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery, and Branson’s Wild World’s Wolf Woods.
The Butterfly Palace and Rainforest Adventure is such a fascinating tourist attraction that gives children educational facts about butterfly species. Here you will see variety of colors of gorgeous butterflies in the garden where you will be entertained in a unique environment. The Butterfly Palace features a Butterfly Aviary where you can see exotic living butterflies that share rare collection of tropical birds and many other collections of unique botanical species. The Palace also features a wide display of vividly-colored frogs, geckos, and salamanders. In the Palace garden, you will be fascinated in watching thousands of white butterflies move like snowflakes.
Another beautiful attraction in Branson that offers educational information about hatching fish is the Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery near Table Rock Dam. The fish hatchery produces one million trout each year with a total weight of 300,000 pounds. Eighty percent of the production of the hatchery goes into Lake Taneycomo and the other 20 percent to other management areas in Missouri. The output of brown and rainbow trout are the principal fish supplied by the hatchery to the operations needs of the Conservation Departments. The Shepherd of the Hills Fish Hatchery entertains about a fourth of a million tourists each year and gives a variety of information and facts about the hatchery.
Branson Wild World’s Wolf Woods is one of the newest attractions in Branson where you learn educational facts of some of the most exotic and intriguing land and sea animals on earth. This amazing place offers a combination of a zoo and aquarium where you can get the chance to feed many kinds of sea and land creatures. Inside the aquarium there is a huge glass enclosure that houses sharks, turtles, stingrays, and many other sea creatures. The zoo also has a unique custom enclosure where wolf puppies are raised and bottle fed by the staff since they were six weeks old.
If you are looking for an interesting vacation spot in the Midwest, visit Branson this summer season where you will find many educational attractions that give children the chance to learn new things.
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