Branson is the definition of family fun and one of the best attractions is Dolly Parton’s Stampede. Featuring delicious and filling 4-course meal, comedy show and stunning musical production the Stampede is perfect for families, date nights and even a girl’s or guy’s night out.
Disclosure: I was the guest of Myrah at Couponmamacita on the #BloggingBranson trip. All opinions are my own.
Family Friendly Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Show in Branson
I adore dinner shows. Having done just about every kind including Medieval Times, mystery dinner theaters and even those at Disney World, so I kinda know my stuff. The Dolly Parton’s Stampede was one of the best I’ve seen.
Do you need to arrive early
Yes! Arriving early lets you take the time to visit with the true stars of the show – the 32 gorgeous horses! Discover a favorite and see if you can spot him/her in the show.
After strolling along seeing the magnificent beasts, you’ll be guided into the Carriage Room for the opening act. This is a must do!
What is on the menu
Scrumptious 4-course meal includes a rotisserie chicken, pork loin, creamy veggie soup, corn on the cob, biscuit, herb basted potato and apple turnover. The stampede serves up unlimited coca-cola products, tea and coffee.
If your family has allergies or specific dietary needs make sure to let the staff know when making your reservations and vegetarian and gluten free meals are also available.
Family friendly comedy
The laughs start early with the pre-show, but be prepared for even more hilarity when Skeeter makes his grand entrance! He’ll keep you in stitches with his best buddy Nugget and his spot on timing!
Talented musical production
You’ll be in awe of the stunning 35,000 square foot arena and lighting effects, but as the music starts and the story begins you’ll be blown away. Fun and friendly competition between the North and South, audience participation and musical performances will show you why Dolly Parton’s Stampede is unlike any other dinner show.
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