Construction of the God and Country Inspirational Gardens (1116 W 76) display was designed to beautify the east end of the Branson strip.
There are notable shops to see, like Dick’s Old time 5 & 10 (old-time gifts/odds and ends, 103 Main St.), Plum Bazaar Bead and Jewelry Shop (in the purple building, 123 Main St), It's Magic - Jokes and Novelties (124 Business 65), and Mr.
B's Ice Cream and Deli (102 2 Visitors can see a working grist mill powered by a twelve-foot water wheel grinding whole-grain meal and flour, completely run by the students of College of the Ozarks.
Popular services include the Barbara Fairchild Sunday Worship Service (3750 W 76), Branson Gospel Sundays with Dave Hamner (1460 Bee Creek Rd), Cowboy Church of Branson with Steve Anthony (televised in 2014 on RFD TV, 4080 W 76), and God & Country's Cowboy Church with Ron Boldman (4080 W 76).
Admission is free to televangelist Jim Bakker's live broadcast Sundays AM at Morningside in Blue Eye (180 Grace Chapel Rd Blue Eye, MO).
Subjects covered include "The Branson Fire", "Early Branson”, a film about the White River flood, and others.
The building is well-air conditioned and parking is just outside the building.Edwards Mill is located on the College of the Ozarks campus, a positive/Christian and family-oriented atmosphere.The Trout Hatchery (633 Hatchery Rd) has scenic trails, trout fishing, and a breath-taking view of Table Rock Dam.The tour lasts an hour, typically consisting of ten-thirteen tastings. The Branson Centennial Museum (101 Veteran’s Blvd) documents Branson's early beginnings dating 100 years with videos and exhibits.The grainy stories are told through old pictures and artifacts showing how the area began.A stunning display of about 100 American flags wave in the spring, summer, and autumn breeze along a 1.5 mile stretch of Gretna Rd from HWY 248. This should only take a few minutes, and you can even sponsor a flag.