Oh where do I begin???
The Tanger Outlet (Blue Roof-- www.tangeroutlet.com ) is very nice.
The Branson Meadows Shoppes (Green Roof--4562 Gretna Rd) is also nice. (Tool World is located here—in case the guys need shopping motivation.)
Be sure to visit Branson Landing (www.bransonlanding.com ) in old historic Branson and watch for the fire show every hour at town center on the waterfront. Bass Pro Shop is located here. Check out some of the old shops on the way to the Landing. This is the original part of the sleepy little Ozark town of Branson. Not so sleepy now!!!
Dick’s 5& 10 www.dicksoldtime5and10.com/&nb... a great stop with the nostalgia of an old time dime store because that is exactly what it is. You need to walk through there just to see all the “stuff” they have crammed into that building! It is amazing! For you baseball fans, they have a very exclusive display of baseball memorabilia on the walls.
Craft Malls are everywhere (and I love them all!) Charles’ favorite is The Branson Craft Mall www.bransoncraftmall.com on Hwy 165 near the intersection of Green Mtn Drive. It has a men’s sitting room with a TV!!The Apple Tree on the strip and Whitney’s on Shepherd of the Hills Expressway are two of the bigger ones.
Coffelt Craft Village is right across from the Branson Craft Mall on Hwy 165 and has some interesting shops. Coffelt Country - Branson.com
The Branson Mill Shops off Gretna Rd is a nice, clean place that includes an eatery. (Nice for the guys while the girls shop.) They also have some interesting artisans producing crafts at certain times. http://www.bransonmill.com/hom...;
The Grand Village off Hwy 76 has some nice shops and is an interesting place to walk around. There is a huge Christmas store that is open year round. In the courtyard area is a huge rocking chair that is a fun picture opportunity. http://www.grandvillageshops.c...;