Branson Landing is one of our city’s premier shopping centers. The variety of stores combined with the dining and entertainment options set this mall above and beyond your average shopping destination. Plus, Branson Landing is located on the waterfront of Lake Taneycomo, a beautiful reservoir nestled into the Ozark Mountains, but it’s still close to the excitement of downtown Branson. No matter who you bring with you, you’re sure to have a blast. Today we’re going to focus on the reason most people visit Branson Landing: the shopping center. Branson Landing stores are made up of a variety of major department stores and speciality shops: from toy stores and outdoor retailers to stylish boutiques and trendy shops. Stick around to learn more about your options.
Branson Landing Stores
There are a number of Branson Landing stores targeted toward women, including favorites like Victoria’s Secret, White House/Black Market, Chico’s, Christopher and Banks, Dressbarn, and Coldwater Creek. Other options include C.J. Banks, J.Jill, Maurice’s, and Limited Editions for Her. For accessories, try Claire’s, Bella, Brighton Collectibles, or Versona Accessories.
Young women will enjoy Apricot Lane and Francesca’s Collections, and teen girls and boys will be scrambling between Aéropostale, Charlotte Russe, DEB, Hot Topic, Hollister, and Pacific Sunwear.
Like most malls, the majority of Branson Landing stores will appeal to women, but there are a few options for men. Bass Pro Shop, particularly, is a perfect place to get lost if you’re a fan of anything outdoorsy: hunting, fishing, camping, canoeing, etc. There is also a Jos A. Bank, Lids, Cardinal’s Clubhouse, and a Belk Department Store, which offers a variety of different brands like Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, and Levi.
For the little ones, you might consider stopping by The Children’s Place, Girlie Girl Originals, Justice, or Build-A-Bear Workshop (a.k.a. wonderland for kiddos).
If you’re on the hunt for shoes, you have several options depending on the type of footwear you’re looking for. If you’re searching for athletic shoes, try Finish Line or New Balance. If you’re open to all types, stop by Famous Footwear, Journeys, Payless, Rack Room Shoes, and Tradehome Shoes.
Of course shopping isn’t all about clothes and shoes. If you’re closet is already stuffed to the brim, why not stop by Brookstone for some smart tech accessories or Bath & Body Works for some sweet soaps and body products? Both stores are great for gifts, as are Kirkland’s Home and Yankee Candle.
I can’t talk about Branson Landing stores without talking about some of the best reasons to visit this shopping destination. Because not only are there a plethora of shops that will appeal to everyone in your group, but there are also fabulous restaurants like Cantina Laredo, Joe’s Crab Shack, White River Fish House, and Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que. Not to mention the waterfront views and dazzling fountains (which entertain guests with a water, fire, light, and music show each hour). It’s truly a sight to see.