WonderWorks Branson Offering Free Admission for Essential Workers, Discounted Fee for up to Three Guests

WonderWorks Branson

Never before have we as a nation taken such notice of how much essential workers contribute to our society. We know how much we need them and how important they are to keeping our needs met. WonderWorks Branson is celebrating essential workers by offering them free admission now through November 20, 2020. Additionally, they can get a discounted admission rate of $15 per person for up to three guests.

“You have been so busy serving your communities,” explains Brenda Dent, general manager at WonderWorks Branson. “We feel it is our turn to pay it forward and welcome you as our guest to explore and let your mind play and have some fun!”

This companywide program to thank essential workers cannot be combined with any other offers. Essential workers can simply present their work identification or paycheck stub, and fill out the form online. This special promotion is open to a variety of essential workers, including:

Healthcare Workers

First Responders

Certified Teachers & School Support Staff



Grocery Store & Pharmacy Employees


Delivery Drivers

Pool Service Professionals

Taney and Stone County Government Workers

Gas Station Attendants

“We look forward to seeing a lot of essential workers visit during this time,” added Dent. “We want them to know how important they are to the community, but they also need to have some fun, which is what we will help them with.”

Those interested in learning more about free admission to WonderWorks Branson for essential workers, or who want to fill out the form, can visit the site: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/branson/service-appreciation/.

WonderWorks Branson recently also announced some new educational exhibits and opportunities, including homeschool days, OZART art contest, and virtual learning labs. They also offer group activities, facilities rentals, birthday parties, scouting days, and sensory days. Opening in June of 2020 at 2835 W. 76 Country Blvd, the location became the company’s sixth and largest. The fun indoor amusement park offers 46,000 square feet of family friendly engaging activities, as well as two cafes. They are open 365 days per year, from 10 am to 9 pm, with varying hours throughout the seasons, and when recognizing holidays and special events for current hours of operations, visit the website: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/branson/

COVID-19 safety protocols being taken include reducing capacity, enhanced cleaning efforts, social distancing measures, hand sanitizer stations, employee health screenings, and employee personal protective equipment (PPE. Guests are encouraged to review all safety rules prior to their visit on the web page devoted to COVID-19: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/branson/covid-19.

The interactive indoor amusement park offers STEAM-focused activities for all ages. There are over 100 hands-on activities that are focused on the areas of science, technology, engineering, art and math. Some of the exhibits will include a bubble room, Professor Wonder’s adventure, interactive sandbox, illusion art gallery, and xtreme 360 bikes. For more information on WonderWorks, visit the site at: https://www.wonderworksonline.com/branson.

WonderWorks Branson STEM Room and Bubble Lab

WonderWorks Branson STEM Room and Bubble Lab

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