What is the cost?

The cost varies depending on the night of the week. See our prices here.

May we pay at the gate?

Yes, you may pay by card or cash at the gate upon arrival.

Do you accept credit/debit cards?

Yes, we accept debit or credit cards at the gate.

How late are you open?

We are open from 5-11 PM nightly, from November 1st through January 2nd, including holidays.

Do you ever close because of weather?

If there is a blizzard oR ice storm, we may close. If in doubt, check out Facebook Page. We announce closures there.

Where are you located?

Our first displays are located across from Sight & Sound Theatre in Branson. Follow the arrows to our entrance at the corner of Shepherd of the Hills Expressway and Expressway Lane. Our ticket booth is located about a quarter mile past that intersection. Take your time, because there are a great number of beautiful displays to look at before you arrive at the ticket booth.

Some folks have trouble finding us and try to come in the exit. Our exit is at the corner of Roark Valley Road and Expressway Lane. If your GPS tells you to go this way, don’t believe it; we will just turn you around.

How long is your drive-thru?

All three Christmas drive-thrus are about the same length: 1 1/2 miles. From our first display to our last, we are 11/2 mileslong. 

Do you accept motor coaches?

Yes. We are the only Christmas drive-thru in Branson that allows motor coaches.

Do you allow limousines to drive through?

Yes. In fact we work with a few limousine companies that offer tours of many light displays in Branson. We do not, however, have our limousine that you can rent out. Check out these services:

Branson Limousine & Executive Charter

Redneck Bus Tour of Branson’s Christmas Lights

VIP Tours of Branson

When does Santa visit?

Santa and Mrs. Claus visit Friday and Saturday nights before Christmas, beginning November 1st through Christmas Eve. Selfies with Santa are no charge and you may donate to Tri-Lakes KLIFE , a local Christian ministry to youth and their families. 

Do you serve hot cocoa?

Yes, Santa and Mrs. Claus offer hot cocoa on Friday and Saturday nights before Christmas. The cost is $1 per cup. Every penny goes to Tri-Lakes KLIFE, a local Christian ministry to youth and their families.

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