National Enquirer Live in Branson, MO

3115 W 76 Country BlvdBranson, MO 65616
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Discover more than 90 years of the National Enquirer, the world’s most interesting Tabloid. With 100+ exhibits, guests will be able to interact with stories, enjoy hands-on activities, and learn more about the history behind the publication. Live the life of a celebrity, face the paparazzi, check out the Human Kaleidoscope, and so much more!

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  • Explore 90+ years of the publication’s history through interactive exhibits.
  • Bring your camera!
  • A great attraction for the entire family.
  • Discover the untold story behind America's largest and most famous tabloid magazine.


from National Enquirer Live!
The National Enquirer Attraction will officially open late spring of 2019. Travel through 90 years of history of the world's largest and most famous tabloid with over 100 interactive exhibits with state of the art technology. Enter through the paparazzi camera, get lost in the human kaleidoscope, and live the life of a celebrity!

Guests will have the opportunity to learn the 'Story Behind the Story' and discover the untold story. Favorite exhibits will include: Create your own Front Page, Dance With Your Favorite Celebrity, participate in Celebrity Gossip Game, watch Breaking News, and immerse yourself in Social Media.

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Note: Once the museum officially opens to the public, its operating hours will be 9 AM to 10 PM daily. Hours are subject to change.
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National Enquirer Live! is located at 3115 W 76 Country BlvdBranson, MO 65616
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Frequently Asked Questions about National Enquirer Live!

How long does it take to complete the museum? 
Approximately 2 hours.

Are concessions available? 
Bottled water and soda and prepackaged candy and snacks are available for purchase.

Is the museum appropriate for children? 
Yes, the museum is a family-friendly attraction for all ages.

Are cameras allowed? 

Is the museum wheelchair accessible? 
Yes. Elevators and family restrooms are also available.

Is there a fee to park?
No, parking is free and easy to access.