Parking for persons with disabilities are available for vehicles bearing handicapped parking stickers or license plates. These spaces are located at the front of the theatre entrance.
There is ample free parking for tour buses and all cars at the rear of the theatre.
There are no stairs anywhere in the building. The entrance is flat and the auditorium is ramped.
Wheelchairs may be reserved in advance to assist in transporting guests from their vehicle to their seats. Parking lot assistance may also be arranged for people with disabilities.
Accessible restrooms are available in the lobby.
Amplified hearing devices,wheelchairs and sight-impaired seating are all available upon request.
Sign language -interpreted performances may be arranged for patrons who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Welcome to the beautiful King's Castle Theatre, located on 76 Country Boulevard, right in the heart of Branson's theater district .
The Kings Castle Theatre is firmly established as one of the major theatrical venues in Branson and every year thousands of people come to see our award winning shows. A highlight of any visit to Branson is a visit to the Kings Castle Theatre, where you will receive a warm, friendly welcome in our luxurious state of the art theatre. You will enjoy live Broadway style shows with song, dance and great family entertainment that are voted best shows in Branson year after year.
Come and visit the Kings Castle Theatre when you are in Branson. Come and see our wonderful shows. We would love to see you there.
The theatre was built by legendary entertainer Bobby Vinton, who made it his home for many years. When it came time for Bobby to go on his world tours, the Theatre became "The Branson Variety Theatre " and presented some of the best Broadway style shows ever seen in Branson.
On February 29th 2012, the theatre was hit head on by a tornado, which destroyed parts of Branson, and most of the Theatre. It took the best part of a year to re build the Theatre from the ground up, into the landmark property it is today.
The transition from being the “Branson Variety Theatre” to the “King’s Castle Theatre” then took place being named after the famous British theatrical show producer who creates the shows and owns the theatre, Mr. David King.