Held on the third Saturday of October every year, this renaissance fair helps to raise funds for Infinity Academy, a school for children with learning abilities. You can have fun and help a great cause all at the same time!
Come celebrate the arrival of fall at Springfield’s Cider Days festival! Enjoy food, attractions, and live entertainment in September on Historic Walnut Street.
Free Admission. Come enjoy plants native to the Missouri region.
An elegant Victorian style bed and breakfast in Springfield. A great place for the whole family to stay on vacation, and only minutes away from fun attractions and great shopping areas!
A little snapshot of history in downtown Branson! Show your family how things used to be at this authentic five and dime. You can find almost anything you need like gifts, souvenirs, toys, games, hard-to-find old-time candy, housewares, toiletries, paper dolls, linens, dry goods, sewing notions, yarn, greeting cards, crafts and the list goes on.
As well as being the only wax museum on the planet donated entirely to celebrity figures (your once and a lifetime chance to get your picture with Morgan Freeman!), there are also several other attractions that might catch your eye. Attractions like Hannah’s Maze of Mirrors and Shoot for the Stars Mini-Golf.
Visit Mount Pleasant Winery’s 9,200 square-foot tasting and bottling facility. It is a wine shop, art gallery and hands-on bottling experience all rolled into one. In addition to touring the facility and tasting award-winning wines, visitors have the opportunity to bottle their own dessert wine from a specially designed 600-gallon French oak barrel.
This museum opened in 2012 to celebrate Branson’s centennial. It features rotating exhibits, so no two trips are ever alike.
The Ralph Foster Museum, on the campus of the College of the Ozarks, grew from humble beginnings in the 1920’s to become one of the Midwest’s foremost institutions of historical preservation.
Dr. Robert M. Good, the President of the school, took an interest in the idea of a museum on campus. Subsequently, he made space available for the display of items in the basement of Abernathy Hall, a boy’s residence hall. When the residence hall was later vacated, funds were provided to convert the entire building into a museum.
The primary focus of the Ralph Foster Museum today is to collect, preserve, interpret and exhibit items relating to the Ozarks region. One of the more famous exhibits is the original vehicle used in the television series “The Beverly Hillbillies.” In addition, visitors will find antiques, weapons, dolls, natural history and other items from around the world.
We are a family-owned-and-operated glass blowing, flame working, slumped glass studio. In operation since 2003, we strive to create unique and captivating glass art. We specialize in handmade blown glass, vessels, decor, jewelry and lighting and welcome commissions and custom orders.
We are open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
We demonstrate every first Friday of the month 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. or by appointment.