Branson Landing is a recent addition to the historic downtown district of Branson Missouri. The waterfront property was redeveloped in a multimillion-dollar project to install a promenade on the waterfront, dozens of shops and restaurants, a beautiful state-of-the-art convention center, and many other tourist-friendly developments. Branson Landing Missouri is now one of the most beautiful waterfronts you could imagine, on the shores of Lake Taneycomo. Shopping, dining, a dock for boat cruises, as well as a spectacular water and light show, makes the waterfront the most exciting place to be in Branson.
Branson Landing Missouri is the place to go shopping in Branson. Yet despite its commercialization, the waterfront retains a quaint feeling in keeping with Branson's history - the old-fashioned trolleys and cobbled streets, with storefronts designed to match, keep this shopping area pleasant. Top brands have their outlets in Branson Landing, with shops such as Aeropostale, Victoria's Secret, Bath & Body Works, and more. You can also buy candy equal in quaintness to the town, at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Northwoods Candy Emporium. Shop for fishing tackle at the Bass Pro Shop, and then dine on fresh seafood at the neighboring White River Fish House.
As far as hotels go, the waterfront is prime real estate, and you can be sure that the Hilton snatched up a good piece of property there. Right in the midst of the shopping area, you can stay at the Hilton Promenade, a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of Branson Landing. Rooms awash with luxe décor, amenities such as a fitness center and indoor pool, and the perfect location make this Hilton one of the best places to stay in Branson.
It's not all just about shopping and eating in Branson Landing Missouri, however. Stroll down to the waterfront of Lake Taneycomo and you can view this beautiful lake by walking on the 1.5-mile boardwalk for a scenic view. The main square down by the water features an amazing fountain designed by the same company that designed the water show at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. From noon to 10 pm every day, you can see an hourly water and light show at this spectacular fountain. Not only does the show feature sky-high jets of water lit up by bright lights, it even incorporates fiery torches into the spectacle.
If you enjoy live music, you may want to visit Branson Landing from spring to fall when the Summer Concert Series is on. Between May and November, live musicians and bands play free shows right in the Branson Landing Square. Throughout the year, you can also enjoy the performances of street musicians and other performers in the streets of Branson Landing. For children, a special play area known as Adventure Cove has been built on a pirate theme, with a miniature lighthouse and pirate fort on which children can climb and play.
If you'd like to go out on the water, several cruise ships are conveniently docked in Branson Landing, from old-fashioned paddle-boats to luxury yachts. The Branson Landing Marina is also conveniently situated nearby, where you can either moor your own boat, or rent one to see the lake yourself.