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Spending Halloween in Branson MO

Date: 2017-10-02 12:00:00 am

Spending Halloween in Branson MO


Halloween in Branson is a wonderful time for kids as they can enjoy many fun-packed activities and a chance to see beautiful changing of colors of autumn leaves along the hills of the Ozark Mountains. The locals and visitors alike have the opportunities to enjoy many forms of fun activities such as a visit to a farm with plenty of pumpkins, to a haunted house, and see witches, goblins and ghosts. Whether you want to take your kids to a trick-or-treat activity or looking for a nice place to spend a fascinating vacation with the whole family, you’re sure to enjoy your time in Branson.
Halloween in BransonIf you are visiting Branson with the whole family this Halloween season, you are in for a real treat. Branson features a wide range of special events and festivals to help celebrate this magical time of year. Whether you want to spend a relaxing afternoon in a pumpkin patch or something that can truly give you a scary experience, you can find what you are looking for in Branson. There will be many Halloween themed events in Branson that you can enjoy during this time of year.
As the last event in October, Halloween is by far one of the most famous events every year. Kids and adults always like to enjoy the annual trick or treat, the frightening and the not-so-scary costumes, the horror houses, the orange and black colors all over town, and so much more. This time of the year, Branson is transformed into a fantastic Boo-City. This is the time for locals and visitors alike to enjoy haunted tours, duck rides, and horror parks all throughout Halloween in Branson. So, bring your family to Branson and help celebrate this spooky time of the year. You can have the ultimate Halloween experience as you try to attend different events and various festivities.
For outdoor enthusiasts, Going Batty would give you something to do during Halloween in Branson. This outdoor activity 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. After the hike, you can enjoy more indoor fun activities with snacks for that hungry tummy. Prepare for possible weather disturbance and bring your flashlight.
During this season, you can have a memorable experience with the whole family if you visit the Dickerson Park Zoo and enjoy the Halloween Spooktacular. The Dickerson Park Zoo is a favorite family attraction where you can see gorgeous animal exhibits and hundreds of species of animals all throughout the year. From October 21 to October 31, the zoo will be transformed into a hauntingly special place with partially dimmed pathways and creepy creatures handing out candies at stations located throughout the zoo. Visitors are encouraged to wear their own costumes for the spooktacular. The zoo is located in Springfield, about 45 miles north of Branson.
It’s also great to visit the Jones Farm Pumpkins, also in Springfield. At Jones Farms Pumpkins, you will find fun Halloween-style festivities on a family-run farm. Take a chance to stroll through the pumpkin patch and look for the perfect pumpkin you want to take home. You can also try to get lost with the corn maze, the full and pint-sized hay bale mazes, the horse-drawn hay rides, and the farm animals. You will also see a picnic area inside the farm, a gift shop, and a refreshment stand to complete your Halloween outdoor experience.
Another great place to enjoy a fascinating Halloween experience is McKenna’s Pumpkin Patch. You will find in this place plenty of seasonal activities that will give you a wonderful experience to share together with the whole family. During Halloween season, McKenna’s features many family activities including a large slide, pumpkin painting, pony swings, hay bale mazes, face painting, tractor-pulled hay rides, farm animals, bonfires, a tricycle race track, and much more. McKenna’s Pumpkin Patch is about four miles away from downtown Branson. The festivities at McKenna’s run in September, October, and November.
If you want to try a more ghoulish experience, head on to the Haunted House and Monster Asylum at Ozark Cemetery. This house of terror can easily be found on the Branson Strip. People of all ages are allowed to enter at their own risk, but prepare to be scared out as you tour the haunted house. This horrifying 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 year-round and open daily at 9 am.
Even if you’ve had enough of the spookiness that is going on, there are still many different events to enjoy throughout Branson that are guaranteed to get you in the spooky spirit. From October 24 to 31, Bass Pro Shops 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, you can participate in their “plant a pumpkin” craft where you decorate a bag and plant a pumpkin with the soil inside it.
Halloween in BransonOn 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 on the next costume parade at 6 pm and participants on this parade will receive a plush jack-o-lantern. As you enjoy all the activities, don’t miss to try some McSteven’s Hot Chocolate samples from 5 pm to 8 pm.
A Family Fall Festival will be hosted by Branson’s Chick-Fil-A on Tuesday, October 25, from 5 pm to 7 pm. This family restaurant is located on West Main Street and will have pumpkins, costumes, and Halloween-themed games and activities. They will give prizes for the best costumes. In addition to festivities, free kids meal can be enjoyed with the purchase of an adult meal.
On Oct. 29 from 9 pm to 12:30 am, there will be Haunted Hilton Masquerade at Clear Lounge inside the Hilton Convention Center. This is perfect for adults who are looking for some entertainment this Halloween. The party is for people 21 years or older. There will be admission fee of $5 and will feature a number of different activities such as a dance party and costume contest. In addition, there will be prizes and drink specials throughout the night. Costumes are not required for the party, but are encouraged. However, wearing masks to cover the eyes are required for the masquerade theme.
Branson is a wonderful place always heavily involved in special holidays, and Halloween festivity is no exception. If you’re visiting Branson during the final week of October, you’re sure to enjoy 
 great Halloween-themed activities.



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