Get into the holiday spirit in Branson, Missouri!
We begin the trip on a Sunday again this year, leaving after lunch and traveling to Clinton, OK to spend the night. The next day we continue toward Branson. After dinner the first night, we will watch the Presley Family perform. This four generation family is Branson’s First Family of Entertainment!
Tuesday’s musical entertainment starts with the Hughes Brothers Christmas Show. The five brothers, their wives, and 30+ children will bring you the Christmas season’s best music, festive surprises, and treasured family traditions. After lunch there will be time for shopping. Then, we will enjoy a four-course yuletide dinner and a show at the Dixie Stampede Christmas Dinner Show. The performers will thrill you with daring feats of trick riding and competition in a friendly and fun rivalry! Our day doesn’t end there…the evening continues with the famous Oak Ridge Boys Show at the Mansion Theater.
After breakfast Wednesday we will enjoy the Down Home Country Show. This is the best show in Branson to hear traditional country music! After a lunch we depart for the Welk Resort Theatre to see the always popular Daniel O’Donnell Show! Our day will continue with dinner then to the incredible Sight and Sound Theatre to see “Miracle of Christmas” show, the story of the birth of Jesus.
Our last day in Branson begins at the Clay Cooper Theater to see the very talented and funny Clay Cooper Country Express Show. His high energy show has something for everyone! We will depart Branson after the show and eat lunch on our way to Tulsa, OK to spend the night.
The cost is $895 per person/two to a room, $1156 per person single room, and $810 per person/three to a room. A $100 deposit (PER PERSON) reserves your space. A $500 deposit (PER PERSON) is due no later than September 29, with the remainder due no later than October 30. Cost includes transportation, lodging and breakfast each morning, as well as lunch, dinner and shows in Branson. Deposit refunds are subject to King’s Highway’s prepaid obligations.