Shepherd Hills Historic Homestead Tour Coupons

Shepherd Hills Historic Homestead Tour Coupons

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About Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead Tour:

This one-hour seasonal tour of The Shepherd of the Hills Homestead offers a fun family daytime experience in Branson. The experience lets guests enjoy a Jeep-drawn tram ride that tours Old Matt’s Cabin—featuring antiques like old clothing, furniture, photographs, and more—and a church relocated from Morgan County, ending with a behind-the-scenes look at The Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama.

More on Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead Tour:

In 1896, a young Christian minister by the name of Harold Bell Wright
came to these Ozark Mountains for his health. While staying here
Wright fell in love with this area and the rugged spirit of the Ozark
pioneers. In 1907, he published a novel, “The Shepherd of the Hills”,
about the hardships, trials, and tribulations of these people. The story
captured the hearts and minds of the entire nation. The book was so
popular it was translated into seven languages and was the first
American novel to sell a million copies worldwide. People began
pouring into this area to meet the characters and see the beautiful
landscape Wright had so vividly described.

“The Shepherd of the Hills” novel was the beginning of the Branson
phenomena. And now you have an opportunity to visit the homestead
where the book was actually written. Enjoy a ride in an open-air jeep-drawn tram through the wooded 160-acre homestead. Your Ozark Native guide will take you through Old Matt’s Cabin where three of the
leading characters in the novel actually lived. This log cabin sets just as
it did 130 years ago, and it is on the National Register of Historical
Places. You will stop at the highest point in Southwest Missouri, where
Mr. Wright camped while writing the book. The view is so spectacular
that he named this hill Inspiration Point. It is now the home of the
famous Inspiration Tower, a 230-foot observation tower and also six
statues of characters out of the novel. Next, you will head down to the
location of Old Matt’s Saw Mill and Grist Mill, which is part of the
backdrop for the Legendary Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Theater.
You will get a backstage look at how the book has so vividly been
brought to life for almost 60 years. It is the most performed outdoor
play in the world. And the tour wouldn’t be complete without a visit to
Jennings’ Still, where a real hillbilly will give you a look at the lost art of
making MOONSHINE!! Lot’s of Ozark history, laughs and good, clean
family fun!!

Shepherd Hills Historic Homestead Tour Coupons

Address & Contact Information:

Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead Tour
5586 W. Hwy 76
Branson, MO 65616
theshepherdofthehills.com