- The list below includes 34 free or cheap things to do in or near Branson, Missouri, including 45 different types of inexpensive activities like Other Entertainment, Music Venue, Specialty Museums and Ziplines.
- From Table Rock Lake to The Butterfly Palace, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Branson and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Walnut Shade, Lampe, Reeds Spring and Berryville.
Greatest Adventures Mini Golf Springfield MO MoreLess Info
Mini Golf offers whole day golf pass with many fun activities
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299 North Main Street, Eureka Springs, AR 72632 MoreLess Info
The Eureka Springs & North Arkansas Railway offers its visitors scenic tour on the railroad, in a reconditioned train which also has a dining car. The museum exhibits vintage locomotives, a restored turntable, and others.
3861 E. Stan Musial Drive, Springfield, MO 65809 MoreLess Info
Established in 1994, the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame honors Missouri athletes from various sports. Famous inductees include Stan Musial, George Brett, Lou Brock, Bob Ozzie Smith and Dick Vermeil.
Frog Fantasies Museum houses a collection of frogs in every shape, color and size that have been collected for over 60 years. They also have a gift shop with frog collectibles, art, clothing, books, home-items, jewelry and toys.
88% 33 votes
Highway 187, Beaver, AR MoreLess Info
The historic Beaver Bridge, sometimes called the Little Golden Gate is the last suspension bridge of its type in the state. If it looks familiar, it may be because the suspension bridge has been featured in the movie Elizabethtown.
78% 64 votes
Basin Spring Park, Eureka Springs, AR 72632 MoreLess Info
With Eureka Springs Downtown Underground Tour, visitors can explore the underside of the city in underground buildings with a knowledgeable guide. Visitors will learn about the history of the region, including stories about early settlers.
Lake Leatherwood is an 85-acre spring fed lake popular with anglers for its blue gill, crappie, bream, largemouth bass and channel catfish. The lake was created in the early 1940s when one of the largest hand-cut native limestone dams in the country was built.
Since 1975, families have been enjoying family theater shows produced at Pine Mountain Theater. In addition to the show, visitors can eat free popcorn, and buy other snacks, such as fresh baked cookies and sodas.