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Veterans Memorial Museum

This museum is located in the center of Branson amid the bright lights and flashy country singers, but inside it's a somber reminder of the American lives lost in the horrors of war. You will be able to read letters sent home by WWII prisoners-of-war as well as view photographs taken in the heat of the battle. There are also beautiful murals that depict tragic scenes of war and humility. Outside, you will be impressed with the giant sculpture of 50 soldiers running up a beach. This is one patriotic stop in Branson you will not want to miss.

National Tiger Sanctuary

This big cat conservation center is the home to more than 20 exotic animals, most of them are tigers, but they also have lions and other cats. Almost all of the tigers came in to the shelter under traumatic circumstances and could not be returned to the wild. In fact, some of the male lions are quite docile, Leo for instance usually comes to the edge of the enclosure to greet visitors. Visiting hours are strictly specified and tours are held to a minimum three times a day in order to assuage the animals. The sanctuary does however offer behind-the-scenes tours for a higher fee, where guests can see how much it takes to maintain these beautiful cats.

Clay Cooper Theatre

Clay Cooper Theatre is another one of many shows along the Strip that feature high-octane country music, dancing and all-around wholesome family entertainment. The eponymous show has Clay playing bass, singing and carousing with crowd on his 'Country Music Express.' In addition to a diverse cast of more than 20 in his show, the theater also hosts other performers such as superstar Mel Tillis, The Haygoods, Joseph Hall and many others. For a complete calendar of events, check the website.

Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area

Branson's location in the beauty that is the Ozarks provides ample opportunities for recreation on trails, creeks and caves. In this case, the Lakeside Forest Wilderness Area is right in the heart of Branson just off the bustling Strip. There are two main trails inside this hidden forest, the first one leads to Old Soldier's Cave and waterfall. The second trail provides visitors with an easier stroll that doesn't require too much effort. Moreover, it's the ideal spot to visit if you are staying in town and want to see some real Ozark country, but cannot make a full excursion to the backwoods.

Titanic Museum

This experience is one of two (the other is in Pigeon Forge, TN) Titanic exhibits which take you back to the voyage on that fateful April night. Inside the museum, there is a large-scale reproduction of the Grand Staircase, an 18-foot (5.4-meter) model of the ship, and galleries full of historical treasures in which there are hundreds of actual artifacts from crew and passengers alike. The museum is very interactive, where you can touch an iceberg, or shovel some coal into a mock boiler.

Ralph Foster Museum at College of the Ozarks

Just outside of Branson at the College of the Ozarks, you will discover one of the best local collections of Ozarkian memorabilia around. This three-story building, which was once a men's dormitory, now houses antiques and fine arts along with objects representing the region's history, archeology, environment, numismatics, geology and mineralogy. Ralph D. Foster, who was an avid gun collector, donated the majority of the collection. While you are here, don't forget to check out Pancho Villa's gun.

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