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Branson Half Day Guided Fishing Trip
"Your day will begin by meeting your guide at the lake who will make sure your are comfortable in the boat go over the plan for the day and you'll head to your first fishing spot. Throughout the day you will see the beautiful Ozark Mountain country that has been drawing visitors to Branson for over 50 years. Fishing the deep clear waters of Table Rock and Bul Crappie Walleye and Bluegill. On the cold clear waters of Lake Taneycomo you'll experience the thrill of catching Rainbow and German Brown Trout up to 24"" long. Regardless of your skill level your guide will teach you all you need to know to insure a successful"""This is a 4-hour private fishing charter on Table Rock Lake Bull Shoals Lake or Lake Taneycomo in Branson
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Guided Fishing Trip from Branson
"Your day will begin by meeting your guide at the lake he'll make sure your are comfortable in the boat go over the plan for the day and you'll head to your first fishing spot. Throughout the day you will see the beautiful Ozark Mountain country that brings visitors to Branson for over 50 years. Fishing the deep clear waters of Table Rock and Bull Crappie Walleye and Bluegill. Regardless of your skill level your guide will teach you all you need to know to insure a successful day on the water and introduce you to the world of fresh water fishing.""""Professional fishing guide service on Table Rock Lake
From $300.00
 
The Dutton Family Theater
"Surrounded by restaurants hotels and of course other theater The Dutton Family Theater is home to the multi-talented Dutton Family where three generations of Duttons perform nightly. The Duttons are high energy entertainers loaded with musical talent. With thirty-one years of experience and just about as many kids between them they rock the stage with a variety of genres. From Bluegrass to Contemporary Rock to Country
From $37.00

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Boy Carver Statue

Along the Carver Trail, beside the Carver Branch, you will see the Boy Carver Statue. It was sculpted in 1960 by Robert Amendola. The statue is in a wooded natural area much like the ones young George...
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Missouri Tallgrass Prairie

In addiition to the historical aspects of George Washington Carver National Monument, there are also opportunities for nature study and enjoying the out-of-doors. A portion of the site is wooded, with...
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Visitor Center

The young boy known as the “Plant Doctor,” tended his secret garden while observing the day to day operations of a successful 19th century farm. Nature and nurture ultimately influenced George on his...
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Carver Cemetery

Moses and Susan Carver are buried here at the Carver Cemetery, along with other family members and neighbors. George Washington Carver died at Tuskegee, Alabama on January 5, 1943, and was interred...
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The Jesup Agricultural Wagon

As a professor at Tuckagee Institute in Alabama, Carver had his students build this horse drawn wagon for the purpose of taking their knowledge to the people who needed it. This agricultural station...
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The Moses & Susan Carver House

This house was built by Moses and Susan Carver in 1881. George Washington Carver did not live here, but he visited occasionally when he came "home" to Missouri. The house is open for viewing, along...
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Williams Pond

Williams Pond, built in the 1930s, is named for Sarah Jane Williams, Moses Carver's niece, whose family lived on Carver's farm. It is in a pretty sylvan setting and is encircled by the quarter-mile...
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Carver Birthplace Site

This outline of the foundation marks the spot where George Washington Carver was born in 1864, in the last days of the War Between the States. It was a small one room log cabin, a part of the slave...
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The Carver Trail

The only way to fully see and enjoy the George Washington Carver National Monument is to take a walk along the 3/4 mile Carver Trail. Along the route of this accessible trail you will see the Carver...
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The Carver Bust

Just outside the Visitor Center is located the Carver Bust, gold colored and sitting atop a small brick pedestal. During his life George Washington Carver mastered chemistry, botany, mycology (study...
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The Visitor Center

The modern Visitor Center is the place to begin any visit to the George Washington Carver National Mounument. Here you will find informative and educational exhibits, a film and a sales area with...
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We missed...

There is also a Carver Discovery Center featuring interactive exhibits about nature and science. We thought that would be geared mainly for children, so opted to spend more time elsewhere. Have heard...
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Carver Cemetery

Many of the family of Moses and Susan Carver are buried in this cemetery in the meadow, a tallgrass prairie restoration area with abundant wildflowers.George Washington Carver is buried at Tuskegee...
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Moses and Susan Carver House

The Carvers built this house in 1881. George visited here occasionally, but never actually lived here. The house was not open for tours on the day of our visit, and from the outside we could not see...
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