Set in the stunning Ozarks region of the USA, Branson is a wonderful, small midwestern town known for its music scene and family values.  

Its Main Street drag is famously lined with theatres and the town which once hosted mostly music performers, today presents diverse entertainment and a host of activities. In Branson you’ll find Marvel Cave, the Wild West-style Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction and Silver Dollar City, an 1800s-themed amusement park with live music.  If you haven’t been here in a while, you’ll want to take a second look and check out the new push of incredible outdoor entertainment.  You’ll now find everything from mountain roller coasters to snowtubing hills to ziplining and kayaking adventures!  It’s a paradise for fun!

In this short-break, students will get to explore a bit of everything.  From incredible cave geology to rollercoaster physics at an international award-winning theme park, from the history of the Titanic to learning about the big cats at the National Tiger Sanctuary, this trip is a perfect get away for fun and education, all within the stunning Ozark Mountains!  During free time, students will have the opportunity to enjoy all types of entertainment – go-karts, lake cruises, roller skating, arcades, scenic railway tours, museums and even WWII amphibian Duck Tours! 

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This amazing STEM tour includes:

  • Roundtrip flights or motorcoach transfers
    3-nights’ accommodation
    Breakfasts & dinners daily
    Ride the Ducks Sightseeing/History Excursion
    The Track (2-hours of play) Excursion
    Silver Dollar City Excursion & Master Class
    Marvel Cave Master Class
  • Dixie Stampede Dinner Attraction
    The National Tiger Sanctuary Master Class
    Ripley’s Believe It or Not
    Table Rock Fish Hatchery Excursion
    Branson Ferris Wheel
    The Titanic Museum
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