Known as one of the top Christmas destinations in the world, it’s only fitting that Branson would be home to two year-round Christmas shops.
Whether it’s December or July, here you’ll find a healthy dose of holiday decorations and merchandise to quench your thirst for Christmas spirit all year long.
Kringle’s Christmas Shop at Grand Village Shops
The largest Christmas store in Missouri, Kringle’s at Grand Village Shops features 125 designer decorated Christmas trees and countless collectables throughout its sprawling 9,000-square-feet of retail space. From specialty ornaments to Christmas villages to nativity sets, it’s all here.
Brands include Chrisopher Radko, Disney, Emanuele Fontanini, Steinback Nutcrackers, Ann Dezendorf, and more.
Located at 2800 West Highway 76 (also known as The Strip), Kringle’s Christmas Shop is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Reach them by phone at 417-337-5426 or online here.
Christmas Hollow at Silver Dollar City
Regardless of when you choose to visit Silver Dollar City, the holidays are alive and well at Christmas Hollow.
The two-story shop is filled with 60 decorated trees and thousands of ornaments, Santas, snowmen, and more. Christmas Hollow features collectibles by Roman, Old World Glass, and a full line of hand carved olive wood nativities and figurines from Earth Woods.
There’s also a variety of ornaments that can be personalized with your or loved ones’ names.
Christmas Hollow is located on Valley Road within the amusement park. Paid park admission is required to visit.
Bonus: Jingle Bell Junction at Silver Dollar City
While not open year-round, this pop-up Christmas shop at Silver Dollar City deserves attention given its size and impressive variety of decor and collectibles.
The Frisco Barn is transformed into Jingle Bell Junction in early November and remains until SDC closes for the season on Dec. 30. The rustic design of the building combined with its open floor plan makes it feel like walking through a true Christmas wonderland.
As with Christmas Hollow, paid park admission is required to visit.