Only in Branson can one view a massive holiday light show without ever having to exit the comfort of their car. This two-mile drive features so many Christmas lights and animations that one almost feels as if they are driving down the Las Vegas strip. The lights are by the thousands and many are molded into the forms of holiday characters. Other areas of town are also lit up so you can make an entire evening of it--just be sure to fill up the tank. The Festival of Lights is conveniently located off Shepard of the Hills Expressway and Roark Valley Road.
- Type: Festivals & Fairs
- Venue Description:
"The Shepherd of the Hills," a novel written by Harold Bell Wright in 1907, comes to life in this elaborate outdoor production. But the moving performance is not all you will find here. The amphitheater is built on the actual site where Wright lived as he penned this Ozarkian epic of triumph, tragedy and love. Admission includes the show, a guided tour of the historic homestead, a wagon ride, entrance to the Harold Bell Wright Museum and Inspiration Tower, and dinner. Aunt Mollie's Restaurant provides a large buffet and nightly specials.