At 100 Branson Landing Boulevard, between historic Downtown Branson and Lake Taneycomo
You'll find world-class shopping and dining at the Branson Landing, located between historic downtown Branson and Lake Taneycomo. It is anchored at each end by Bass Pro Shops White River Outpost and Belk Department Store, with a Town Square, fountains and water's edge amphitheatre in the middle.
The Landing has a cozy village atmosphere, complete with dancing fountains and a 1 1/2 -mile lakeside boardwalk. Condominiums and hotel rooms overlook the promenade, and the water show is not to be missed. The combination of dancing waters choreographed to lights, music and pyrotechnics happens every hour on the hour beginning at noon each day.
You can stay right on the Landing at the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing. This is a 243-room boutique Hilton offering visitors deluxe king or double queen guest rooms featuring the Hilton Serenity bed, with 250-thread-count sheets, LCD flat panel television sets, Hilton clock radio with MP3 adaptors, high speed internet and much more. The Promenade's amenities include indoor pool, health club, meeting rooms, in-room dining and the Level 2 Steakhouse, Big Whiskeys, and Clear Lounge (former restaurant was the Liberty Tavern Restaurant). The world-class Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing opened on February 14, 2007. For more information visit the hotel website.
Branson Landing also offers a unique way to traverse the center. The custom trolleys circulate the entire length of the shopping Promenade and make frequent stops at four locations (check out the Branson Landing trolley schedule). So whether you are pressed for time or tired from a busy day of shopping, a trolley and its friendly driver will get you where you need to be! This is definitely a stop to add to your itinerary.
The Landing has a nice variety of unique shops and restaurants – over 100! It's anchored at each end by Bass Pro Shops & Belk Department Store. You'll find apparel, specialty food, gifts, health & beauty, jewelry & accessories, personal services, dining restaurants, shoes & more. Click here for the most current listing of Branson Landing Shops and Restaurants.
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In October 2010, the new Branson Convention Center reported the top 3 activities of convention attendees:
- shopping at The Branson Landing
- shopping in Downtown Branson
- attending music shows
Good news: look for a new time limit on two downtown parking lots – the Pacific Street lot and the Awberry lot behind Dick's 5 & 10. These two lots have a 3-hour parking limit. All on-street parking has a two-hour limit, though. Be sure to park in one of those two lots if you plan to stay awhile in Downtown Branson!