With over 30 years of experience in hosting Christmas-themed FUN, Shepherd of the Hills once again rises to the occasion and offers enough live holiday shows, attractions, and dining options to make Santa and his Reindeer smile! Shepherd of the Hills is also offering one of their most prominent and beloved attractions— the Trail of Lights— which is a drive-thru filled with millions of Christmas lights, traditional displays, and specialty holiday tunes set on the local 106.7 FM radio station. Guests are allowed to carry up to 8 people per carload and are asked to turn off their headlights upon entry to enjoy the full effect of the drive-thru.
Also this year is the newly added North Pole Adventure walkthrough which will feature a livery stable housing real live reindeer from the “North Pole,” Rudolph’s Hayride, and an all-new craft area at Santa’s Workshop where visitors can make crafts and bring them home for the holidays.
In terms of shows, productions this year will include the Funny Farm Dinner Feud, WhoDunnit HoeDown – A Christmas Mystery, and A Shepherd’s Christmas Carol Dinner Show, and The Chuckwagon Dinner Show — all of which provide holiday entertainment and a meal!
Shows, Attractions & Dining Available at Shepherd of the Hills:
- Christmas at Shepherd of the Hills | November 2 – January 3
- A Shepherd’s Christmas Carol Dinner Show | November 2 – December 26
- North Pole Adventure | November 2 – December 30
- Trail of Lights | November 2 – January 1
- The Chuckwagon Dinner Show | November 3 – December 31
- WhoDunnit Hoedown – A Christmas Mystery | November 2 – January 2
- Funny Farm Dinner Feud | November 5 – January 1
- North Pole Inspiration Tower
- Shepherd’s Mill Restaurant
- Sammy Sweets and Treats
- Aunt Mollie’s Gift Shop
- Ropes Course
- Petting Zoo
- Santa’s Workshop
- Little Elves Playground
- Old Matt’s Cabin
- Elves Village
- Morgan Chapel Church
When you purchase a ticket for any of the Shepherd of the Hills dinner shows, guests can enjoy same-day entry for the Trail of Lights or North Pole Adventure. Maps will be provided for the walkthrough upon entry, so guests know where to go and what all is available.
Dinner shows are located inside the Playhouse Theater, which is in the central area of the property next to Shepherd’s Mill Restaurant. The Trail of Lights entrance is located left of the Inspiration Tower while the North Pole Adventure is located at the Farm entrance of the main area.
So, clear the schedule and, reserve your tickets, and enjoy the most wonderful time of the year with Shepherd of the Hills in Branson, MO! Don’t forget to grab some hot cocoa and cookies available for all visitors of the Trail of Lights and the North Pole Adventure at the Snack Shack!
What Others are Saying About A Shepherd’s Christmas Carol Dinner Show:
“A spin-off of the Dicken’s Christmas Carol, and it was funny and heartwarming featuring their regular cast. The dinner of turkey and sides was surprisingly delicious. All in all, a different type of show than is usually offered in Branson.” Lynk11, TripAdvisor 2021
“Seating was excellent with plenty of room to have the dinner included with the show. The dinner was a thanksgiving type dinner with turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans, dinner roll, which was outstanding. The show was very entertaining with many different and interesting characters performing a similar plot to ‘Scrooge.'” Spurgeony, TripAdvisor, 2021
“A great family show. Great food, lots of laughs, and an overall fun experience. Enjoyed the audience interaction. Would definitely recommend.” Merri, TripAdvisor, 2021
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