Branson Christmas Light Ride
Celebrate the holliest jolliest time of the year with the Branson Christmas Light Ride, a fun Christmas tour. This amazing bus tour provides some fantastic sightseeing opportunities as visitors are transported through the gorgeous city of Branson, MO as it is lit up with holiday cheer.
Put on your ugliest Christmas sweater and climb aboard the camo-decorated tour bus for a fun and hilarious redneck-style Christmas adventure. Your driver and tour guide is fun and charismatic, allowing for tons of hilarity and sightseeing along the way. During your time on the Christmas Lights ride, you will be able to travel along some of the most popular routes in Branson. Keep your eyes peeled for twinkling lights and stunning seasonal decorations.
During the ride, you will also be able to listen to some fun Christmas tunes. Holly jolly redneck carols are sure to help you get into the spirit of the season. The Christmas caroling activity is rousing and a blast, allowing you to sing along with your favorite redneck Christmas hits like, 'Grandma Got Run Over By a John Deere' and 'The 12 Redneck Days of Christmas'.
Get ready for a festive and fun hillbilly redneck Christmas light experience in Branson, MO! If you are looking for a new tradition to add to your Christmas spent in the Ozark Mountain area, this is the greatest option. Be sure to check out all of the other awesome Christmas attractions in the area or book a hotel to complete your holiday traveling.
Knob Noster, MO
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- Are Branson's city Christmas lights up for the year?
Yes! All of Branson's city Christmas lights are up for the year.
- What methods of transportation does the Branson Christmas Light Ride use?
Climate-controlled redneck bus.
- Approximately how long does the Branson Christmas Light Ride last?
It lasts approximately 2 hours.
- For what ages is the tour appropriate?
Great for all ages!
- Is photography / video recording allowed on the Branson Christmas Light Ride?
- Is the Branson Christmas Light Ride handicap accessible?
No, but they are willing to store chairs and assist visitors on the bus.