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The Branson area is full of rich history that you will discover and learn more about when you stay at Castle Rock Resort & Waterpark. Whether you want to learn the backstory to some of the region's most famous shows, or simply walk the streets and discover the time honored shops, Branson offers historic appeal with modern comfort.... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 191 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Branson
- Nearby Water N/A
- Open Dates All Year
See the Titanic at the Titanic museum, a permanent two-story museum attraction shaped like the Titanic herself, or make a stop at the World’s Largest Antique Toy Museum with everything from classic cars to a Lion King exhibit!... more
Branson is home to slightly more than 6,000 people, the historic town of Branson attracts more than seven million visitors each year. Branson is surrounded by three pristine lakes with the scenic Ozark Mountains in every view.... more
Branson has history on full display! Stop by the Titanic Museum Attraction, which showcases artifacts from the Titanic and celebrates the lives of the heroes lost when the great ship sunk. Reminisce about your childhood at the World's Largest Toy Museum, which features both antique and modern toys! ... more
The Branson Town Company built the elegant Branson Hotel in 1903 with an onset of progress and the coming of the first railroad through Branson. The Hotel is located in the heart of downtown and overlooks the city, which was once a meeting place for some of the most prominent people in Branson's history. Even Harold Bell Wright stayed here while he... more