Branson, Missouri has long been known for its shows and amusement parks, but the wealth of shopping
opportunities in the area is often overlooked. The Branson area offers a wide variety of shopping venues for many
different tastes, and includes stores that every member of the family can enjoy. Branson's shopping malls and stores are
open year-round and there is a remarkable variety of merchandise available in Branson's shops. So whether searching for
the perfect gift, working with a craftsman to create a one-of-a-kind treasure or indulging in a personal present, you'll
find it here. Branson shopping offers over 250 outlet stores and an incredible selection of one-of-a-kind shops, stores
Tanger Outlet Center has
66 manufacturers' outlet stores that have everything you could be looking for -- men's, ladies' and children's clothing,
shoes, handbags, housewares, electronics and gourmet food. Tanger Outlet Center is packed with your favorite name brand stores, including Ann Taylor, Coach, Disney, Nine West,
Tommy Hilfiger, and many others. All in all, this popular shopping destination offers over 60 retail venues to visitors. Located on Highway 76 near the Andy Williams Theatre.
Merchants Branson is
the largest outlet center in town and the smart shopper will find much variety in one place. With 15 buildings housing
approximately 90 different stores, this shopper's paradise has plenty to offer serious shoppers. You'll find everything
from housewares to electronics, clothing, and shoes. Name brands include Etienne, Aigner, Nautica, Lenox, Eddie Bauer,
Bugle Boy, Casual Corner, Van Heusen and more. A food court offers a place to relax and recharge. Located on Pat Nash Rd., just off West Highway 76, Factory Merchants Branson is
one of the premier shopping opportunities in the Branson area.
The Shoppes at Branson
Meadows is a lovely mall that sports a Victorian theme and offers shoppers an array of goods in over 40
different stores. Name brands include family favorites such as Spiegel, Westpoint Stevens, Sunbeam, Duck Head, Bugle
Boy, Easy Spirit, and Totes. This mall features one of the area's largest cinemas. Dining options are also available on
the premises of the Factory Shoppes. Conveniently located near Highway 76 on Gretna Blvd.
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The Branson Mall is open year 'round, seven days a week except
on Christmas Day. The mall features 28 shops, two restaurants and live shows at the Branson Mall Music Theatre.
Specialty stores feature a variety of goods, with everything from children's clothes to gift items and jewelry. The
mall's pleasant atmosphere is enhanced by the interesting, hand-painted murals lining the walls. The Branson Mall is
conveniently located on Highway 76 and affords shoppers easy access to an adjacent Wal-Mart.
Victorian Village has specialty shops offering everything from
teddy bears and Victorian decorations to furniture and sports and entertainer memorabilia. Collectors will thrill at the
variety from dolls to jewelry, circus memorabilia to fine home decor, hand-tooled leather to gourmet foods. This
charming shopping area is located on Shepherd of the Hills Expressway near Shoji Tabuchiís Theatre.
The Grand Village is unlike any other mall in Branson. The
cobblestone walkways, brick buildings, fountains, flowers and trees gives the Village an inviting and relaxing
atmosphere. From dolls to decorative blown glass, fun fashions to books and toys, hand-made jewelry to beautiful home
decor items, there's something for children, parents and even grandparents. Specializing in unique collectibles,
ornaments and gizmos, the wide variety of stores can keep the whole family entertained for hours on end. Grand Village
features stores such as Thomas Kinkade's Signature Art Gallery, Katherine's, Abbey Rose, Kringleís Village Shop
(itís the largest Christmas store in the state,) and has also expanded recently to include Big Creek Lodge, American
Heroes, and Home of the Brave. Stop at the fun-filled Hard Luck Diner and enjoy a burger and the
The IMAX Theatre Complex offers visitors a nice mix of
shopping, dining, and entertainment. IMAX films are shown in a state of the art theatre and live performances are found
daily in the Little Opry Theatre. There is something for everyone in the IMAX Food Court featuring Quiznos Subs,
Breadeaux Pizza and Baskin Robbins Ice Cream. A tempting bakery makes its home at IMAX and fills the air with the
tantalizing smells of home baked goodies. Or if you're hungry for a meal with all the fixins', McFarlain's is a
full-service restaurant offering traditional Ozarks cuisine as well as a children's menu. Shop 'til you drop inside the
IMAX Mall which houses a total of 16 different specialty shops! Collectibles, toys, jewelry, leather goods, clothing,
quilts, fashions and more are found inside the mall just waiting for you. IMAX Theatre Shops are conveniently situated
on the Shepherd of the Hills Expressway.
Grand Country Square hosts the super-sized banjo that adorns
their architecture and sets the lively atmosphere for its guests. They know at once that they are in for a treat as they
shop here. Visitors to the Square are welcomed by a variety of shops featuring everything from clothing and expensive
gift items to small souvenirs. A mini-golf course, a variety of dining options, (including the Grand Country Buffet,)
music show theatres and a hotel round out the offerings of this megaplex.
HISTORIC DOWNTOWN BRANSON
Historic Downtown Branson shopping area only covers 4 square blocks, but it's packed with
antique shops, boutiques, candy stores, gift shops, a dime store, sidewalk benches and some of Branson's best
restaurants. Step back in time and experience Hometown USA the way you remember it. A quaint, small-town feel pervades
this lovely downtown area as you walk down the wonderful streets of this picture perfect shopping destination. Downtown
Branson boasts over 100 privately owned shops, and goods at these stores range from hand-crafted gift items to expensive
jewelry and interesting antiques. Downtown Branson has more than 20 historic sites and visitors can take a self-guided
map tour. Pick up a map at the Downtown Branson Mainstreet Association at 119 W Pacific Street.
Dickís Oldtime 5 & 10 and Branson
Mercantile are popular destinations filled with unique items and bargains galore. Dick's Oldtime 5 & 10
has over 50,000 different items in stock which include items you can't find anymore PLUS the things you forgot about!
See their historic WWII aviation art print collection, most signed by the pilots and crew. Other highlights of Downtown
Branson include Bee Discount, Main Street Jewelry, Mountain Man Nut and Fruit, the Reish Shoe
Store, Patriciaís House, Ivy Rose, Brier Rose and the Kendall Company.
ARTS AND CRAFTS
Coffelt's Craft Village and Flea Market has more than 20 unique
shops offering everything from copper jewelry to handcrafted guitars. Not only will you find rare treasures, you'll
actually see the crafters demonstrating their skills.
The Engler Block is a mall where artists and
demonstrate their work everyday creating hand-blown glass, crystal figurines, handcrafted string instruments,
silversmith designs of custom jewelry and fine collections of hand-made art. Wood-carver Steve Engler is famous for his
hand-carved Santas. In business since 1987, the Engler Block focuses on handmade arts and crafts items lovingly
created by local artisans. This shopping center features over 25 stores, a small cafe and the Hiding Place Restaurant.
THEATRE GIFT SHOPS & MUSIC SHOPS
While the malls and stores mentioned above are fine shopping experiences, they only begin to
scratch the surface of what Branson has to offer. Along with these delightful shopping experiences, you may find
that last-minute gift at one of Branson's theater gift shops. If you love music, Branson, Missouri
shopping is for you! There is a mountain music shop in Branson, dulcimer shops, guitar stores and even a Bass Pro Shop
store coming to Branson.
So...Have a great time shopping!