About Tim A
Lives in Louisville, Kentucky
Since Jun 2015
35-49 year old male
Travel has always been a part of my life. I find different cultures around the world to be a vital part of what defines us as people. . Learning a different life style can change the way you relate to things at home.
Theme Parks, Water Parks
Bodies of Water
Auto Race Tracks
Game & Entertainment Centres
More than 450 unique treasures from around the world await you at the Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum. From shrunken heads to a spinning vortex tunnel, the items in this 12,000-square-foot 'Odditorium' will delight and shock!
The Titanic's story is truly one that will last forever, and the Titanic Museum recreates the grandeur and the tragedy of that fanciful ship and her ill-fated voyage. Here, you can explore replica's of the ship's opulent staterooms, humble cabins, and, of course, its regal staircase. There are also more than 400 artifacts on display.
Silver Dollar City promises a fun-filled day, Old West style. The park offers all manner of 1800s-themed attractions, from wild rides for the thrill seekers to interactive play zones for the littlest in your brood.
With more than 800 miles of beautiful shorelines, Table Rock Lake is an outdoors enthusiast's dream. Here, you can fishermen in training can cast out their lines and water babies can splash around. From hiking to swimming, boating to camping, this is the place to be.
The Track Family Fun Park is truly fun for the whole family. Here you can ride the daring, 4-story high Heavy Metal High Rise go kart track, explore the mission impossible-style laser room, or crash into each other on bumper cars or bumper boats. Whatever you choose, it will be an unforgettable experience.
One of Branson's most visited attraction, Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show delights audiences of all ages with amazing stunts performed by some of the best horse riders in the world. If that's not enough, the food is sure to please any appetite.
Welcome to the Wild Wild West. The Branson Murder Mystery dinner theater experience will test your investigative skills and get the family working together. While you nosh on a down-home buffet of barbecue and all the fixings, a troupe of excellent actors will lead you through a town hall meeting to discover who's been causing a ruckus in town. (Who knows? Maybe someone in your group has a wild streak!).
Branson's Promised Land ZOO is a nice relaxing way to spend the day with the family. Kids can check out monkeys, kangaroos, camels, zebras, and other rare and endangered species from around the world.
Greatest Adventures Miniature Golf offers two themed mini golf courses. The first features dragons and thatched houses of Medieval Times, while the second brings the Jungle to Branson.
Branson Landing offers a wide variety of food, entertainment, and shopping options. It's a great place to spend an afternoon, strolling and shopping, and kids will love the beautiful fountain and its water, fire, light, and music show.