Historic Owen Theatre in Branson, MO
The Historic Owen's Theatre was built in 1935, and has been used as much more than just a theater for great performances throughout those years. It has been a movie house, a live playhouse, a church, a honky tonk, an auction house, and a meeting hall for the past seventy-seven years. Gene Autry, Charlton Heston and more notable names have visited the theater in the past.
Make your visit to Branson a sightseeing adventure. Conveniently located within a mile or two of some of Branson's hottest attractions, the Historic Owen's Theatre can be just one of the many stops you make while visiting the city. Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show is less than a mile away. Within two miles are the Kirby VanBurch Magic Show, Baldknobbers Jamboree Show, and Sight & Sound Theatre. Hotels are within walking distance of the theater as well, Best Western Landing View Inn & Suites, the Hilton Branson Convention Center, and the Hilton Promenade at Branson Landing.
Seating Capacity: 200
Concessions & Dining: Purchases can be made at the theater's concession stand.
Handicap Accessibility: There is handicap seating available for guests who need it.
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