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Shepherd of the Hills debuts North Pole Adventure

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November 12, 2018 By The Best of Branson

 

With several new Christmas attractions this holiday season, including the Trail of Lights, Shepherd of the Hills is also debuting the North Pole Adventure and two all-new live shows — Santa and Pancakes and A Shepherd’s Christmas Carol.

North Pole Adventure is a family walkthrough experience through thousands of twinkling lights, hot chocolate stands, and artisan crafts. Get an up-close look at the busy elves in the “Wishlist Workshop” and “Stardust Stables.” Play Together at the “Tree Top Lot-A-Mazeing Fun,” and then it’s “Ho Ho Ho 200 Feet Up We Go,” for the tallest Santa Claus visit in the country! Nov. 1 – Dec. 30 at dusk, $15/adult and $12/child.

Join Shepherd of the Hills for Santa and Pancakes on Sat. mornings in Nov. and Dec. at 8:30 a.m. Adults are $34.75 and children are $24.75 (price includes same-day admission to North Pole Adventure).

A Shepherd’s Christmas Carol invites you to enjoy a full-course turkey dinner with pumpkin dessert while we present our version of a true Christmas classic starring your favorite characters from the story The Shepherd of the Hills. Shows are Tues.-Sat. at the Pavillion Theater with dinner service beginning at 4:15 p.m./show at 5 p.m. Tickets are $44.75 per adult and $34.75 per child (price includes same-day admission to the North Pole Adventure).

Come back to Branson‘s original, longest running drive-through light display at the Shepherd of the Hills Trail of Lights. With miles of light displays and animated figures, this is like no other and has been the most popular and visited Christmas light display in Branson for 29 years. Open Nov. 1-Dec. 30 at dusk, guests can enjoy this holiday tradition for $25 per vehicle.

For more information, call 417-334-4191.


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