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History of Fishing Museum

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History of Fishing Museum

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225 N Wildwood Dr, Branson, MO 65616-2193
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If you're in Branson during the holidays, go on a tour of the city's Christmas displays for an easy and relaxing way to get into the spirit of the season. Traveling by Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van, you'll ride through two twinkling displays, plus head to Branson Landing to see its nativity scene, which appears to be suspended above Lake Taneycomo. End with a stop at the historical Branson Hotel for a glass of wine, hot chocolate, or coffee at the Backstage Cafe and Wine Bar.
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Smith Young wrote a review Nov 2020
Parker, Colorado25 contributions7 helpful votes
The best part of admission is the tour you get by the guide who knows more in his sleep about all the things people have done and used through history to catch fish than most of us know in our best waking moments. Refer to something you know about fishing during the tour and you'll be rewarded with an abundance of additional information and probably shown some artifacts in the museum relating to your interest. If you, your spouse, or someone in your party doesn't have any interest in fishing before the tour, what they will find out is that only second to dating, as humans we're ingenious at catching things such as fish for sport and survival! Fishing can take on a new meaning with the historical perspective you get from the tour. Going to the museum is not about just looking at fishing stuff.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Victoria E wrote a review Nov 2020
Springfield, Illinois1 contribution
This was one of the best museums we visited during our trip. The owner took us around and had fun and interesting stories about various artifacts, lures, poles, etc. It was a fun experience and the stuff in the museum was so cool to see.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Txtraveler wrote a review Oct 2020
Granbury, Texas6 contributions
Cold and rainy, so stopped in. Fortunate to get a personal tour of the entire place. Curator has incredible knowledge of all of the artifacts. He was very nice and had great stories.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Josh S wrote a review Sep 2020
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Bill the tour guide was awesome. It was surprisingly every cool and interesting. Anyone that enjoys fishing will love this place. Even if you don’t like to fish it will still be interesting.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Beverly L wrote a review Jul 2020
Malvern, Arkansas2 contributions
The knowledge and friendliness of the guide. This is a great place for the avid fisherman. Definitely worth a visit. Unbelievable display of lures, rods and reels.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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