Branson is full of shows and activities for your family to enjoy. But what do you do when it’s raining or you just don’t want to go to a show? Why not take a trip to the Branson IMAX? Yes, it’s a movie theater but it’s actually so much more and a place you could spend a whole day with your family.
Inside the Branson IMAX you will find a small shopping mall with a variety of products that range from handmade to As Seen on TV. You will find historical memorabilia from the area, as well as some from the Ozarks Legends and Legacy film they play there. You can spend time shopping, or take in a show in The Little Opre Theatre – a quaint and intimate show space that is hidden away in the complex. And after all that fun, stop into McFarlain’s Restaurant for a bite to eat. Be careful not to sit at a rising table, or do if you don’t mind singing a bit in a full restaurant. While McFarlain’s doesn’t have a gluten free menu, they are more than happy to accommodate and will make sure you don’t go away hungry!
From the exterior of the Branson IMAX there is no way to know just what is hiding inside, but there is definitely something to keep you busy and to fill your day. The IMAX screen is one of the largest screens in the nation and uses dual 4K projections for an amazing viewing experience. You can treat yourself to watching one of the new releases on the screen or educational 3D nature films. The Branson IMAX offers a free screening daily of Ozarks Legends and Legacy, a fictional movie that gives a brief history of the area and the way a lot of local people grew up in the area.
Your day will be full when you stop into the Branson IMAX and it’s the perfect escape when the weather isn’t good outside. Check out the latest show times at the Branson IMAX Entertainment Complex and make your dinner reservations now!
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