This fantastic shopping venue is located right in the heart of town on the Branson strip. You can spend hours strolling among ... More
This fantastic shopping venue is located right in the heart of town on the Branson strip. You can spend hours strolling among the shops, visiting with the artists and viewing the goods for sale. You will discover a treasure trove of stores and items such as the Ozark Mountain Bookshop, the custom ironwork at Coyote Run and Sunrise Leatherworks. Check out the wonderful handcrafted marionettes at Mastercraft Puppets, and stop in to eat at Wayne's Gravel Bar Restaurant. While here, be sure to stop in at The Fudgery for some wonderful confections.
It is the off season and Branson has just shut down. Englers had only six or so shops open today. I spoke to the owner and he has difficulty in getting the shops to stay open. I can sort of understand as the town is just dead now. Still, eventhough several of the shops are closed, this place is classy.
Gosh this is a nice place but too bad many of the shops are taking a break for the winter. Helwig Art Glass is just stunning. They were working on the floors and stuff so we did not get to go all the way through the shopping center. The Grandfather clock shop is very nice too. The only other places open in Englers was the wood shop and a new shop called Willow Tree. Very nice shops
They have a few shops moving out and they are getting ready for the off season I guess. We go to Branson often and shop there. We heard through the grapevine that the Ozarks Mountaineer Magazine and bookshop was moving back into Englers. That is a plus. They need some more upscale shops in the ones that moved out. All my 2 cents worth.
I went to this site to see about the best shopping and see all of the other ratings. Very interesting. The Engler center is the most unique in Branson eventhough it is not the largest. Just my opinion.
Got home before snow and traffic hit Branson. I should have spent more time in the Englers than I did. The place looks smaller from the front but it goes back forever. Every shop I went into was completely different than any of the others. Since we were not regular visitors to Branson I asked our front desk where we could find gifts not like the others in town. She told me about Englers Block. When I got there there were guys out front that would park me and that was very nice. All I can say is that this place is just so nice and words cannot describe the place. I have not seen anything like it, but I was told that it was built for the craftsmen to work inside without the weather causing problems. They made me a glass ornament and dulcimer. I do not know how to play the dulcimer, but who cares anyway? We plan to go back in spring. Nice place and friendly people. I give it thumbs up.
We had never been to Branson before and we were so suprised at how good the shopping is for such a small town. What struck us is that Branson has such a diamond in its town and most of them do not even know what it is. The Engler Block is that diamond and wow what a facility. You cannot tell what it inside from what you see outside. It is a mixture of hillbilly and the elegant. My wife and I have traveled all of the USA and have never seen anything like this at all. Go see the Engler Block and see what we are talking about. See it for yourself and do not just take our word for it.
When I came to this site I could not believe so many people had the same ideas on the Engler Block as we did. My husband and I are retired and we go ther often. There aqree that there are so many wonderful shops in Branson but we like Englers the best. He likes the cobbler and I like the Cats and Dogs shop. We agree with the others about Englers being the best and the Grand Village is second. It seems they work hard in Branson to keep us coming back.
Well we said we would write a review. The only problem we had at Englers was having enough time. October is busy in Branson and the traffic picked up quite a bit. We wish we had enough time to stay at the Englers mall but shows take up alot of it. We very strongly approved of this place and its fine arts and crafts. My husband and I have traveled all over the USA and have not seen anything like Englers at all. Very nice and fantastic people. Branson is a nice town anyway. Go see the glass blower and the musical instrument maker. The Willow Tree is a neat shop and so is the quilt shop. The new restaurant was a bit slow but the food was very good. They have a great stained glass shop too and antiques. Go to Branson and see the Englers Block.
We visited many shopping places recently while we were in Branson. Far and above, the Engler block is the best shopping in Branson. It is not as large as Tanger but the art and fine crafts were stunning, especially the glassblowing, woodcarving, pottery, stained glass, candle carving, leather working, etc. We were also very suprised to see that have a huge scrapbooking store. The rear of the mall has a large geology shop with fossils and a real neat bath and body shop called the Willow Tree. We had been to Branson several time and passed it by---by mistake. It is next to Dixie Stampede. The glassblower has a huge light fixture that is awesome. We recommend this mall to everyone and it is free admission. WOW!
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