Located next to the Remington Theatre, this hot spot's main attraction is a 40,000-gallon tub of performing water. The water ... More
Waltzing Waters Theatre
Located next to the Remington Theatre, this hot spot's main attraction is a 40,000-gallon tub of performing water. The water is colored using lighting, and the choreographed fountain spits, spurts, swings, sways, shoots and saunters to music. Frederick Antonio, a master pianist, performs three times a day while the water dances to the music that floats out of his two grand pianos. This is great family entertainment and is just about the best deal in town.
We visited Waltzing Waters the first time we came to Branson on a time share exchange. We had driven by the Theatre twice on the way back from another attraction. We fell in lovve with the music, the lights, the music and Frederick as well! He was so personable and nice to everyone who stayed around after the show.
We purchased all of his CD's and still enjoy listening to them while on the road. And we personally will miss Frederick also! Our prayers and thoughts are with his wife and family at this time.
Patricia, Brent and Veronica Lewis
I liked it all, I just wished I had bought Fredrick's CD when we were there. If there is any way we can buy his CD on the internet, please let the people know. His show is just wonderful out of this world.
I hope they still have this available since Fredrick's passing away. He was Amazing and so Personable. The Waltzing Water was SOOOOO BEAUTIFUL!!!! I recommend to see the show. The whole family can go and the cost won't break the bank!!!!
I had never gone there dispite my many visits to Branson. I had always judged the place on its outward appearance i guess. But the show is actually very nice. I was surprised to see how exciting the fountains can be, A well-kept secret in Branson, and for a price that requires no time-share haggling or coupons to afford.
My son was the 4th generation of our family to visit Waltzing Waters , and it has never gotten old each time. At the end of every show the kids are allowed to press the keys that make the water dance , and that in it self is something to watch.
When you walk out every one has a smile on their face. The price is well worth it , and if you can't really aford to see one of the other shows in town , this one you can. I think the price was $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for kids.
We were a little leary of stopping. The building didn't look like much, so I assumed that would reflect in the show as well. We really enjoyed the show and the kids thought it was great! We would definitely go back.
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