After all the Christmas dinners are consumed, church services attended, and presents opened, you might consider the Christmas season to be finished.
But not in Branson.
Here, it continues well past Christmas Day and even into the new year. (After all, the “12 Days of Christmas” actually start on Dec. 25 and end before Epiphany on Jan. 6.)
Here’s a rundown of where you can enjoy the Christmas lights, sights, and sounds in the days after Dec. 25:
All three of Branson’s Christmas light displays are open past Dec. 25.
SEE ALSO: Branson Christmas Light Displays
Silver Dollar City Theme Park
Open through Dec. 30, a visit to Silver Dollar City (SDC) is a pillar of the Christmas season in Branson (see full operating schedule here).
Fans love SDC’s five-story special effects tree and light shows, Rudolph’s Holly Jolly Christmas Light Parade, two Broadway-style musical productions, over five million lights illuminating the park, holiday buffets and snacks, and so much more. USA Today just award SDC the honor of “Best Theme Park Holiday Event” for the second year in a row.
Most of Branson’s live entertainment shows wrap up their season in mid-December (they start on Nov. 1 or earlier), but there are a few who continue beyond Christmas day. Here’s the short list:
Dixie Stampede Christmas Dinner & Show (until Jan. 2)
Showboat Branson Belle Dinner & Show (until Dec. 30)
Baldknobbers Jamboree Christmas Show
Legends in Concert Christmas Show
Clay Cooper’s Country Express Christmas Show
Haygoods Christmas Extravaganza
SEE ALSO: Branson Christmas Show Calendar
Other Attractions of Interest
Winter Wonderlanding at Branson Landing (through Jan. 3)
Gingerbread Village at Chateau on the Lake (on display through Jan. 3)
Kringle’s Christmas Shop at Grand Village Shops (open year round)
Dick’s 5 & 10 (open year round)
Big Cedar Lodge’s registration lobby decorations