Shepherd of the Hills Drama Closing after 54 years
Posted on October 4th, 2013
A mainstay in Branson, and the start of the Branson phenomenon, Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama will be closing after 54 years. Shepherd of the Hills will continue its current season with their last performance on October 19th.
Shepherd of the Hills will continue to run the other attractions such as the Trail of Lights, Inspiration Tower, the Chuckwagon Dinner show, Vigilante ZipRider, and tours of Old Matt’s Cabin. The Shepherd of the Hills Homestead will be maintained and preserved as it is on the National Historic Registry.
The Shepherd of the Hills Drama, Harold Bell Wright’s epic story of love, loss, power, and hardship, is brought to life every night underneath the stars in the beautiful Ozark Mountains. The play has over 80 actors, 40 horses, a flock of sheep, vintage guns and rifles, a 1908 DeWitt automobile, and an actual burning log cabin.
If you have never seen the Shepherd of the Hills and would like to experience the outdoor drama that has entertained millions of Branson visitors since 1960, or if you would like to see it one last time call 1-800-768-3892 to make your reservations!