Shepherd of the Hills Historic Tour

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Experience history on this one hour long tour through several sites at The Shepherd of the Hills. You will be transported by a Jeep-drawn tram by a local guide. This is a fun family daytime experience while visiting Branson.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: The Shepherd of the Hills

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Stop At: The Shepherd of the Hills

Enjoy a ride in an open-air, Jeep-drawn tram through the wooded, 160-acre homestead. Your Ozark native guide with take you through Old Matt's Cabin where three of the leading characters in the novel, The Shepherd of the Hills actually lived. This log cabin sits just as it did 130 years ago and is on the National Register of Historic Places. You will visit Morgan Church during your stop at Inspiration Point which is the highest point in Southwest Missouri where Harold Bell Wright camped while writing the book. The view is so spectacular that the name of this hill is Inspiration Point. The Shepherd of the Hills was the beginning of the Branson phenomena. People began pouring into this area to meet the characters and see the beautiful landscape Wright has so vividly described- And now you have an opportunity to visit the homestead where the book was actually written!

Duration: 1 hour
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