My wife and I recently returned from a 4-day trip to South-Central Missouri . . . specifically, Branson and points south. One of the attractions was Top of the Rock, a Johnny Morris production South of Branson. We have been there before and you can
click here to see those images; we had a great time but didn’t see everything that was offered. One of those two things which we did see this time was the Ancient Ozarks Natural History Museum. Once you get to the Top of the Rock you can use the $10 entrance fee (credit) and apply it to the adult entrance fee of $12 + tax. We were both amazed at both the size of the museum and the number of quality exhibit housed therein. The museum has a time-line which begins in the pre-historic era up to and including Roy Rogers and Dale Evens. For more information on the site, check out their web site at http://www.topoftherock.com/attractions/natural-history-museum-en.html. Don’t just go to the Top of the Rock and sit on the patio overlooking Table Rock Lake with your favorite beverage, go to the museum, you won’t regret it. The below 30 photos will give you a snap shot of a small portion of the contents in the museum; these are works of art of other artists, consequently I will not share the images beyond this post. Thanks for taking the time to view this post.