Celebration City closed on October 25, 2008. The park is still standing-but-not-operating at this time and the future of this attraction is unknown. Please visit nearby Silver Dollar City.
Celebration City is Branson's biggest nighttime family attraction. This 112-acre, forty-million dollar, multi-faceted theme park in Branson, Missouri opened on May 1, 2003. The park highlights some of the most colorful and entertaining eras of 20th Century America. The park entrance is Celebration Street with a vintage-style carousel and fountains. The Electric Boardwalk, with a boardwalk park atmosphere harking to the colorful days of trolley parks, features amusement rides, games and arcade adventure. The historic Route 66 area celebrates the 1950s and '60s era of shiny automobiles and drive-in diners with themed rides, shops and restaurants.
Celebration City is located just off Highway 76, on the former site of Branson USA amusement park. Celebration City's sister theme park in Branson is Silver Dollar City.
For more park information, see Celebration City
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Park Location1383 State Highway 376, Branson, MO 65616 – United States
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