During Father’s Day in Branson, there are special events that await for those who want to treat their dads on this special day.
Fantastic Father’s Day events can be enjoyed at Chateau on the Lake Father’s Day Brunch; Father's Day Brunch & Car Show at The Keeter Center at the College of the Ozarks, and Father’s Day Boat Show at Titanic Museum. Father’s Day Weekend Shopping Sales can also be enjoyed also at some Branson’s outlet malls such as Tanger Outlet Center and Branson Landing.
At Chateau on the Lake Father's Day Brunch, you can bring your dad on June 17 from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to celebrate the holiday with breakfast favorites, carved meats, salads, fruits, and dessert. This is an elegant way to enjoy a fabulous breakfast at Chateau on the Lake with your dad and show thanks for all the great things he has done. The Spa Chateau inside the Chateau on the Lake is also a great way to let your dad enjoy an infinity tub, sauna, eucalyptus steam room and array of professional treatments and services.
While the Chateau on the Lake is near Branson’s favorite Table Rock Lake, you can let your dad experience thrilling water recreational activities around the lake. Here, you will find a full-service Marina that offers the best in water sports activities such as boat rentals, wave runners, water skiing, tubing, fishing, scuba diving, and parasailing.
The Keeter Center at College of the Ozarks is also a fascinating place where you can bring your dad to celebrate Father’s Day Brunch & Car Show on June 16, 2019, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The custom and classic car show require every participant to pay a deposit of $50 to secure your reservation. The event features a variety of activities that include a visit to the Farmhouse for traditional breakfast favorites with personalized omelets and waffles; and to the Marketplace which features the Chef’s beautiful ice sculpture, hand-cut fresh seasonal fruits, domestic and imported cheeses, crudites, and made-to-order Caesar salads.
When you celebrate Father’s Day in Branson with the whole family in the elegant Keeter Center, you will find it fun to see the beautiful landscape around the College of the Ozarks campus while you enjoy the classic car show. At Father’s Day Brunch at the Keeter Center, you will feast on delectable food that is combined with personalized waffles, homemade fares like cornmeal-breaded catfish and barbecued pork ribs, a cheese selection, perfect desserts and more. The special menu offered at the center features prime roast rib and smoked ham alongside delicious traditional accompaniments. After enjoying the brunch, you can see the car show that takes place on the same day.
Father’s Day Weekend Shopping Sales is another Father’s Day event in Branson that can be enjoyed at Tanger Outlet Center and a lot more at the Historic Downtown Branson. A popular mall off the coast of Lake Taneycomo, Branson Landing will be holding also Father’s Day Weekend starting June 16, Saturday. In this shopper’s paradise, you don’t only enjoy shopping; you can also have some quality time with your dad with some exciting shopping and dining opportunities.
The Titanic Museum is also a great place to celebrate Father’s day in Branson. The museum is holding a Father’s Day Boat Show for its guests. Aside from the fun that you can enjoy at the museum, dads will also enjoy a wonderful time around the facility as they witness vintage and modern boats in the parking lot of the Titanic Museum. After you have enjoyed the Father’s Day Boat Show with a large display of popular boat brands from Branson West Marine, it’s time for you to come up to the Titanic Museum.
As you get onboard the world renown ocean liner, you will be issued a boarding pass bearing the name of the passenger of the RMS Titanic. As you tour the museum, you will find out if the name listed in your boarding pass has survived or not. This unique tourist attraction will bring you back in time to the year 1912 where the rich and famous passengers, officers and crew members bring the stories of the fabled ship. You will see priceless artifacts on display in the museum that reminisce the lives of those passengers and crew members who perished in this tragic maiden voyage.
For those who want to treat their Dads on Father’s day in Branson, make sure to bring them to these fantastic events to give thanks for all the great things your dad has done for you.