WhoDunnit Hoedown: Branson's Murder Mystery Dinner
4.2
298 Ratings
Branson

The WhoDunnit Hoedown Murder Mystery Dinner Show is the latest Murder Mystery dining spectacle in Branson. Join us for a sumptuous meal and a healthy dose of humor! You may just unravel the mystery!

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes
Cancellation: 1 day learn more
Highlights
  • The Shepherd of the Hills - Admission to the all-new WhoDunnit Hoedown Murder Mystery Dinner Show
  • Shepherd of the Hills Farm & Playland - The Historic Shepherd of the Hills Farm and Playland. The Farm schedule does not necessarily operate on the same day as theatre shows. Check website or call for details.
What's Included
  • Dinner
What's Not Included
  • Gratuity
Location
The Shepherd of the Hills
5586 W 76 Country Blvd,
Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

Customer Ratings
4.2
(298 Ratings)
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G1830kndouga
Apr 1, 2024
Family friendly - Very good show. It was entertaining for all ages. A little adult humor, but nothing vulgar or out of line. I would recommend it
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Trail30032487587
Mar 27, 2024
Great Show - Great show, cast, and set! I loved that I could still watch the show while being in the quiet room. I would highly recommend everyone visit Sights and Sounds while in Branson!
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Mary_w
Mar 26, 2024
Great family fun! - 6 of us attended the show; two 8 year olds and 4 adults. The food was okay, but not memorable. The actual entertainment WAS memorable. I was a little worried it would be a cheesie over the top hillbilly performance. Instead we found it funny, entertaining, and very family friendly. The kids really enjoyed the show. The actors were good and were funny & spontaneous with the "murder suspects". The story line was entertaining and easy to follow. It was a very enjoyable evening. I have already recommended this show to my co-workers.
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Slp94
Mar 21, 2024
Wonderful - Hilarious! We thoroughly enjoyed this dinner show. The food was hot, tasty and served in a very timely manner. You gets large servings and you leave full. The show was a blast. We laughed until we couldn't laugh anymore. I would highly recommend this show.
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Dream30131886933
Apr 3, 2024
No bad - Ok the green beans were pretty bad. Chicken was ok just dry. BBQ sauce helped potatoes were instant. Wish you actually ate during the show more.
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Companion39238688596
Mar 31, 2024
Over all fun experience - Food was great. Show was hilarious. Just wish the actors would have met guests after the show. My daughter was disappointed she did not get a picture with them.
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Carrieankeny
Mar 28, 2024
Who dunnit - Good seats and service was ok. Offer to refill drinks would have been nice. Food was ok but meat was a bit dry. Cake was good.
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Maryhv6961tu
Mar 24, 2024
Funny show with a full meal! - We made last minute reservations and was told we would be one of the last tables....yet, we weren't disappointed! The view was great and we didn't feel crowded as we ate our dinner (loved the pulled pork!). It's a fun show; fast paced and not a bit boring! The servers were very quick and friendly.
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Daviddj2238qh
Mar 19, 2024
I want my money back! - Lame show. Poor food. No real plot or script. With all the great talent to see in Branson, skip this no talent and poor food event.
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Roving12242443056
Mar 16, 2024
Poor food, lame show. - Whodunnit Hog Trough would be more accurate. Food edible, but not good. We have been to dinner theaters, but this one is 15 rows of 18 people per row, plus another row of 12 in the far back. You are packed in like a hog confinement, and they put the slop in front of you to eat. Dry pulled pork, flavorless chicken, passable green beans, boring potato soup. “Birthday cake” square for dessert - both Hy-Vee and Wal-Mart make better sheet cakes than this. All the sweet tea, lemonade or unsweetened tea you care to drink, though, and you need it to wash down this dry meal. This is really not what one would consider to be a dinner theater. The show was sometimes funny, but mostly lame and predictable. We should have seen a different show instead of this.
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