Bass Pro is worth a visit since it's the main store out of the company, place is massive. That said, I haven't been there to Springfield in well over ten years. If you want to see what Las Vegas would look like if Ned Flanders ran it, go to Branson down the road.
I would so go just to see Yakov's Dinner Adventure and Barry Williams "Brady Brunch".
I feel Dixie Stampede is worth a visit, solely for the chance to see a Civil War version of Medieval Times.
The one thing I'm not too thrilled about is that Branson in a dry city. I mean I don't need alcohol to have a good time but I think I'd laugh harder if it was in my system. What are the prices like for a show and hotel?
Branson really isn't the "dry" city everyone makes it out to be. It is a clean town with no gambling and a good majority of establishments dont serve drinks, but there are still a lot of liquor stores around, even on the strip.
Really? There's no gambling? That I had no idea about.