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Is Branson, MO Getting a New Disney Attraction This Year?

A "Disney Immersive Experience" coming to Branson.....

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Branson Embarks on Transformative Development Projects with Potential $39 Million Boost

Branson is on the brink of a significant transformation, with the Branson Board of Aldermen giving preliminary approval for two major development projects. These initiatives, touted to potentially inject nearly $39 million into the city, have moved a step closer to realization with the Board's decision to authorize the mayor to sign a reimbursement agreement.

Spearheading these developments is Philcrest Properties, a collaboration between Branson Mill, LLC, and Heartland Center, LLC. However, there's a twist in the tale. Reports suggest that Branson Mill, LLC might be succeeded by a new entity established by Rob Phillips, while Heartland Center, LLC could give way to a venture created by Rob Phillips in partnership with Mammoth Construction. Phillips, a developer based in Tulsa, is recognized for his role in constructing the Branson Mill. Mammoth Construction, known for their expertise in sports facilities, including a recent sports complex in Springfield, is also part of this ambitious project.

The first of these projects is the "Disney Immersive Experience," an exhilarating new venture set to transform the current site of Big Air Trampoline Park at 3300 Gretna Road in the Branson Mill region. This project, with an estimated cost of $5.8 million, plans to erect a 29,500 square foot facility that promises to be a landmark attraction in Branson.

Adjacent to the Branson Mill, the second project, named the "Mammoth Fieldhouse," is an equally ambitious plan. This development envisions a 42,000 square foot facility, constructed from scratch, adding a new dimension to Branson's landscape.

These projects represent a significant leap forward for Branson, offering not only new attractions but also a potential economic surge for the city. For more detailed information on these groundbreaking developments, readers are encouraged to visit

(Original story by Jason Wert,

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