Plan ahead and make sure your day at Silver Dollar City with the little ones is a great memory for the whole family!
Did the sun decide not to shine today? Don’t let it dull your sparkle! There are still tons of fun things to do at Silver Dollar City on a drizzly day.
Rides are just a fraction of the fun to be had at Silver Dollar City. Explore all of the incredible activities that make the park a great choice for all ages and interests!
Discover all of the fun Silver Dollar City has in store for your little explorer!
Silver Dollar City is not your average theme park...find out about all of the delightfully quirky surprises to discover during your visit.
Your guide for senior couples visiting Silver Dollar City and grandparents bringing their grandchildren to the park.
Presented by Humana®
Presented By Humana®, learn how you can walk your way to a healthier you throughout Silver Dollar City!
Silver Dollar City announces the new groundbreaking $30 million FIRE IN THE HOLE indoor family roller coaster, the largest in the Midwest. Opening in spring ’24, the highly anticipated attraction joins the park’s lineup of revolutionary rides.Read More
At a young age, Master Craftsman Shawn Watt found a good fit in glassblowing and quickly learned that techniques used to create hand-blown treasures take incredible mind and hand connections.
Long-time Branson coach Brendan McGinnis knows the importance of nurturing and growing players. He also knows life’s game goes on after retirement – and that season is just as sweet.
How blacksmith Kelly Tiede's childhood in rural Kansas helped make him a master craftsman.
Since Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has been in office, there’s a certain Silver Dollar City sparkle around the mansion at Christmastime.
The park’s master candy maker of 56 years is sugar, spice, and everything nice but can serve up one-liners sharper than the knife she uses to cut fudge. She’s feisty. She’s fun. She’s a legend — the true “Heart & Soul” of our City.
Long-time Citizen, D.A. Callaway, will tell you he’s a very lucky man after 47 years at the park. He still gets choked up a bit thinking back on folks who’ve made him a better man.
David DeCamp was just a boy visiting Silver Dollar City 60 years ago when he bought a souvenir that would seal his fate and carve out his future.
When John Baltes turned off his light at the Silver Dollar City Foundation this week, he was at peace with what he accomplished in that office – the little white house on Highway 76 that was once Mary Herschend’s home.
Guides at Silver Dollar City’s historic Marvel Cave are on a daily mission to clear up what they call unfounded fears about the critters who actually benefit our ecosystem.
Meet Joleen Holt, the seamstress behind Silver Dollar City’s iconic costumes.
After entertaining Silver Dollar City audiences for nearly 40 years, The Homestead Pickers' Danny Eakin bids farewell to the Front Porch October 24.
In a topsy-turvy world where it can be hard to find common ground, there’s one thing folks can surely agree on: Terry Sanders is quite the character.
Silver Dollar City’s Master Potter is on a mission to make sure his love of clay is carried on by mentoring the next generation of craftsmen.
Meet Kelly Eutsler, the creative talent behind Silver Dollar City's brightest festivals!
Something magical happens each time Canaan Sandy steps through the gate at Silver Dollar City – joy abounds and smiles spread to fellow visitors.
At 87 and 89 years old, Erwin Alkire and Dwaine Dahlin and can run circles around almost anyone at Silver Dollar City. It’s their pride and joy to make the park sparkle and shine as Area Hosts.