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Christmas on the Trail Chuckwagon Dinner Show

Location: The Shepherd of The Hills Historic Homestead & Old Mill Theatre,  
Christmas on the Trail Chuckwagon Dinner Show has closed, it is unknown if it will reopen again.

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Christmas on the Trail Chuckwagon Dinner Show
Detail Experience lasts Approximately 3 1/2 hours:
The Dinner and Show lasts Approximately 1 1/2 hours
Trail of Lights lasts Approximately 1 hour
Inspiration Tower lasts Approximately 1 hour
Detail Price Includes: Dinner and Show, Trail of Lights Tour, and a trip on the Inspiration Tower.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Seating Options Available: Wheelchair Seating, Aisle Seating, Limited / No Stairs Seating
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Detail Gift Shop On-site
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For an unforgettable Christmas show experience, Christmas on the Trail at Shepherd of the Hills offers a great chuckwagon dinner show with admission to the wonderful Trail of Lights, and access to the Inspiration Tower to view the Ozarks from above!

Enjoy a full and delicious dinner that will leave you absolutely stuffed. Then you'll gather 'round the warm and raging campfire scene onstage, set against a background of traditional live evergreen trees as the cast sings all of the classic carols that invite you to rediscover the holiday's true meaning. You'll enjoy hearing the familiar tunes with a country western twang as you celebrate a 1800s traditional Christmas. The next stop is Santa's magical Christmas Wonderland, which children can sit on Santa's knee and tell him what they want.

Next, it's time to light up your season with a two and a half mile journey down The Trail of Lights, an almost two-decade long Branson traditional display full of lights, sound, and motion! This drive-through holiday trail features millions of colorful lights, as well as themed animated scenes including figures in village buildings and cozy cottages. You'll wind your way through the 160 acre Shepherd of the Hills Homestead and straight into a special family memory!

To finish off this heartwarming night, a complimentary cup of hot chocolate, coffee, or spiced cider will warm your belly before you take a ride 230 feet up in the glass elevator to the very top of Inspiration Tower, where a Santa's-eye view of the Trail of Lights from above will 'wow' you!

After experiencing 'Branson's biggest and best Christmas adventure', the Christmas on the Trail Chuck Wagon Dinner Show, both young and old alike will surely have visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads! Make a vacation out of it and find other fun things to do in the area!

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Donald Wick
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The entertainment was excellent as well as the food. The trail of lights was a very big hit because of the photo op. Inspiration tower provided an outstanding view of the christmas lights of branson.
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Dennis Keith
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We really liked this show, especially cheyanne and snowflake. We hope snowball comes on time and is not too traumatized by the experience! We were touched by the christian influence we felt in the show, also. As christians ourselves, we of course like to perceive it in others.
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D Thompson
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This show was a fabulous surprise. Didn't know what to expect but got a great meal and fantastic entertainment out of the event - would recommend highly.
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Danielle Newstrom
Smithville, MO
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The entertainment was great but we unfortunately will not go back. The bathrooms were disgusting and a waitress came in with a towel that is used to wipe her hands and tables tied to the back of her pants and went into the bathroom stahl with the towel still on her pants. It made me not want to continue to eat anything g there. Also outside the kitchen area smelled like sewer drainage. It was unfortunate becuthe singing and everything was great but the surroundings grossed me out

  • 3-Bean Trail Chili
  • Dutch-oven Taters
  • Roasted Chicken Breast Quarter
  • Flame-roasted ear of corn
  • Cornbread with Honey Butter
  • Dutch-oven Apple Cobbler
  • Coffee

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