Branson Centennial Museum is located at the corner of Business 65 and Main Street, 101 Veterans Blvd, in the former Morris Oil Company building
The Grand Opening Celebration was held Sunday, April 1, 2012 on the 100th anniversary of Branson's incorporation as a town on April 1, 1912.
Branson visitors and locals alike will enjoy visiting this new museum. Exhibits will rotate about every six to eight weeks, depending on content available.
Initial exhibits planned:
- Early Branson, prior to 1912 incorporation
- The White River
- The Roots of Tourism
- School Days
Curators Jim and Jean Babcock and many volunteers prepared the museum for opening day.
The Branson Centennial Museum is brought to you by the collaborative efforts of:
- Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce
- City of Branson
- The Downtown Branson Mainstreet Association
- The White River Valley Historical Society
The space housing the museum was donated by Jim D. Morris, philanthropist and local merchant.