The waters of Lake Taneycomo tamed the temperamental White River in 1913. Now, a patchwork of parks, campgrounds, shops and restaurants line the waterfront, forming a thriving shopping district on the city's eastern boundary. Mile-long Lake Street harbors public fishing docks, grassy parks and remarkable restaurants such as Dimitri's, which serves gourmet meals in a floating dining room on the shores of Lake Taneycomo. Also anchored to the waterfront are the huge docks from which The Lake Queen and the Sammy Lane Pirate Cruise set sail for their half and full-day excursions on this crystal-clear lake. One block from shore at the intersection of Boxcar Willie Drive and Main Street is the Branson Scenic Railway depot, while a couple of blocks up from the tracks is the town's historic shopping district. The popular Dick's Oldtime 5 & 10 is one of the few surviving dime stores in the country. Across the street is Hillbilly Moccasins, where you can find a little piece of the Ozarks to take home with you. Continuing west on Main, the tree-lined tranquility of downtown eventually gives way to the engine that powers Branson's economy: The Strip.


Music City Centre
RFD-TV Theatre
Welk Resort Theatre
Circle B Theater
Elvis and the Superstars


Main Street Jewelry and Watch Repair
Branson Trout Dock
Hillbilly Moccasins
Lil' Shop of Leather
Scotty's Trout Dock
Fudge Shop (The)
Mountain Man Fruit & Nut Company
River Run Outfitters
Simply Irresistible
Dick's Oldtime 5 & 10
Branson Bill's Emporium
Branson Scenic Railway
Lake Queen
Downtown Branson Main Street Association
Main Street Marina
Elvis and the Superstars
Don Gardner Pitch 'n' Putt Golf Course
Downtown Branson


Branson Café
Circle B Theater
Rocky's Italian Restaurant
Branson Cafe
Pepper Bellies
The Shack Cafe


Grand Country Inn
Branson House (The)

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