Branson Landing Project Overview
HCW Development Company and the city of Branson have developed one of the nation’s most attractive and dynamic mixed-use projects in America’s heartland. Situated between US Route 65 and Lake Taneycomo in the city of Branson, Missouri, this $400 million master-planned project offers the only lifestyle retail, restaurant and waterfront entertainment district in the region.
Branson Landing Fountains
Branson Landing features a scenic boardwalk along the 1.5-mile Taneycomo Lakefront. At the heart of the Landing is a vibrant town square terracing down to the $7.5 million spectacular water attraction that features the first-ever merging of water, fire, light and music. You will be amazed by the dazzling interplay of water Fountains shooting 120-foot geysers and fire cannons blasting, all choreographed to light and music.
The water and fire spectacle is a creation of internationally renowned Wet Design, the producers of world-class shows for Downtown Disney marketplace in Orlando, Universal City Walk in California and the Bellagio in Las Vegas.
Sunday Shows: Top of the Hour beginning at NOON through 9 PM
Monday – Saturday Shows: Top of the Hour beginning at NOON through 10 PM
Note: Schedule will be subject to change for special events, maintenance, weather conditions, etc.
Increased Branson Tourism
The site occupies 95 acres including 1.5 miles of waterfront and is walking distance from the edge of the Branson tourism district. Drawing inspiration from its picturesque waterfront setting as well as its Ozarks ancestry, the Branson Landing project offers its projected 4.5 million annual visitors nearly 450,000 square feet of retail shopping, anchored by Bass Pro Shop and Belk Department Store.
Additionally, there is the 220,000 square foot Branson Convention Center and Branson, Missouri tourism center, a flagged 4-star 260-room convention hotel, a 100-room boutique hotel, 140 waterfront luxury condominiums and penthouses, and a marina.
A cross-section of eateries from fine dining on the waterfront with spectacular views to casual fare for shoppers on the go, Branson Landing project has become a haven for the finest restaurant and dining choices in the Midwest.
The development is also anchored by a new town square at the culminating point of the city of Branson’s celebrated Main Street that serves as the complex’s entertainment headquarters. A new water feature on Lake Taneycomo, created by the same fountain designers of the Bellagio Fountains in Las Vegas, showcases a nightly music, light and water show of spectacular proportions.