The Branson Exhibition Center and Theatre has hosted the popular Princess Diana Exhibit - Diana, The People's Princess, 26,000-square feet of the princess' personal items, including gowns, dresses and images that reflected a different time in her life.
The Exhibition Center and Theatre was built on the former site of the Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum & Happy Trails Theater, which closed in 2009. The museum was filled with artifacts from these two men's lives, including their father's tools and their mother's scrapbooks. The Branson Exhibition Center and Theatre has now closed as well, however it has been maintained in impeccable condition and is designed to allow state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment.
The former center and theater is conveniently located nearby many top attractions and hotels in Branson. Just off Green Mountain Drive, White Water water park, Acrobats of China show and the Hollywood Wax Museum are all nearby. Comfortable hotels that provide you with all the accommodations you need during your stay that are within a mile and a half of the theater include the Victorian Palace and Comfort Inn Shepherd of the Hills Expressway.
Seating Capacity: 310
Concessions & Dining: The theater hosts a concession stand on site.