Showboat Branson Belle - Santa's Pancakes and PJs Cruise Branson, MO
Showboat Branson Belle • 4800 W. Hwy 165 • Branson, MO 65616
Put on your favorite jammies and bring the family to Showboat Branson Belle Pancake and PJs! The Magic of Christmas comes alive with story time, a holiday sing-a-long and festive show filled with merry music, comedy, dance and fun galore. Enjoy a hearty breakfast as you cruise along Table Rock Lake enjoying the show. Plus, have your photo taken with Santa!
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It takes place on the Showboat Branson Belle located near Table Rock State Park and Table Rock Dam at 4800 Historic Hwy 165, Branson, MO 65616.
Yes, it is appropriate for kids! Tickets for children one (1) year old and below are free, but please note that you should select a ticket for them to ensure admittance onboard. The Coast Guard Rules & Regulations require every person, no matter the age, to have a ticket to board.
Please arrive at least 45 minutes prior to your cruise's departure time. The experience begins 1 hour prior to cruise time.
Although not required, children are encouraged to wear pajamas for the Pancakes and PJs Branson Belle. The dress code is fairly casual, and the event will take place inside the Showboat. There is an option to visit the Top Deck Wheelhouse, and it is recommended to bring a light jacket in case of chilly weather.
Bring a camera! Video cameras may not be used inside the vessel but are permitted on the outer decks.
Showboat Branson Belle Pancakes and Pjs cruise offers guests special kid activities (scavenger hunts, face painting activities, storytime, and more!), holiday entertainment, hearty breakfast, and a Showboat cruise on Table Rock Lake.
The Showboat Branson Belle Pancakes and PJs menu includes pancakes with warm maple syrup, sausage and bacon, fresh fruit, orange juice, chocolate milk or regular milk, and coffee (for adults accompanying the pajama cruisers). Allergen-free, vegetarian and vegan meal options are available upon request.
Yes, all interior decks are accessible via elevator, and all restrooms are wheelchair accessible. Most of the seating is located on the main deck, which you will enter when you board the Showboat. You can travel by stairs or by elevator to the other two tiers, where seating is also available.
Yes, there is level parking for up to 350 cars.
The ship's crew is trained in first aid procedures, and they have an EMT on board all cruises. Should it be necessary to transport a guest off the vessel, they have an excellent working relationship with the area's water patrol and emergency care providers.
No, that is very unlikely. The Showboat is 78 feet wide and 265 feet long, making it very stable. In addition, Table Rock Lake is very calm, and the winds are minimal. You will notice tiny movements on board the vessel as it moves through the water.