Head to Branson November 2nd through December 12th for one of the most renown Ozarks traditions--the Andy Williams Christmas Spectacular; kick back and relax as the show entertains with family-friendly performances of your favorite Christmas tunes.
Move over, Ebenezer, because there is a new scrooge in town; revisit a Christmas Carol with one of Hallmark's most beloved (and crabby) characters, Maxine, with Maxine's Christmas Carol in Branson, MO.
For a true musical experience, head to the Welk Resort Theatre in Branson, MO to catch the Happy Together Tour.
You can see the world renowned Andy Williams Show at the sophisticated Moon River Theater.
The Moon River Theater presents family-friendly entertainment in an elegant environment. Inside the theater, you'll find an exquisite decor of warm woodwork, art, antiques, and beautiful fabrics.
Less than half a mile from the theater, guests of this theater will find commendable restaurants such as the Gum Rai Thai, Uncle Joe's BBQ, Baldknobbers Family Restaurant, and Buckingham's Restaurant and Oasis. You'll also have the opportunity to be within walking distance to the Andy Williams Moon River Theater by staying in any one of these Branson hotels: Angel Inn, Gazebo Inn, Comfort Inn at Thousand Hills, Econo Lodge, Red Roof Branson, The Foothills at Thousand Hills, and more.
Awards and Accolades
The Andy Williams Moon River Theater has been featured in Architectural Digest for its superb design and elegance.
Seating Capacity: 2,054
Gift Shop: This theater has a boutique-style gift shop on site.
Parking: The theater has free parking, but because of the parking lot's sharp slope, those with wheelchairs should be dropped off at the main entrance.
Handicap Accessibility: The theater is wheelchair accessible and has braille signage and ear sets available as well.
Photography: Still photography is allowed, but video cameras are not.
Concessions & Dining: The theater has a concession stand.
Theater Design: The theater is one level and has very comfortable seats that all offer great views of the stage.