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Things To Do In Missouri

  • The Original Anheuser Busch Brewery
  • St. Louis Gateway Arch
  • Kansas City American Jazz Museum

Missouri Travel Information

   Missouri Travel Information

The state of Missouri is diverse.  The state includes the large cities of St. Louis, Kansas City and Springfield which provide a great look into the culture and history of this great state.  St. Louis is referred to as the "gateway to the West" due to its European roots.   A mix of Old-World charm and modern life continues to be a hallmark of this vibrant Midwestern city.  Kansas City is a dynamic city backed by a vibrant arts scene, world-class attractions and an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants. Springfield is the third largest city in Missouri and is also referred to as the "Gateway to the Ozarks".  The town of town of Branson is a big draw for music fans who enjoy live country music. In the southwest corner of Missouri lies the rugged Ozark mountains. If you enjoy the outdoors there is no better place than the natural beauty of these mountains and its resorts and lake areas.  Every year there are Civil War festivals as Missouri takes pride from that role in history. From the history to its nature, the state of Missouri will surely inspire you.

   Top Things To Do In Missouri

The Gateway Arch in the center of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park in St. Louis is one of Missouri's main points of interest. Families with children will enjoy the St. Louis Zoo and the interactive Magic House Museum and St. Louis Children’s Museum.   In addition, the Museum of Westward Expansion is another important attraction that explains the history of the 19th century settlers.  Finally, no trip to St. Louis is complete without a visit to the original Anheuser-Busch Brewery.  Some of Kansas City’s diverse tourist draws include the Harry Truman President Library, River City Market, Crossroads Art District, Country Club Plaza, 18th Vine Historic Jazz District and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum.

Areas of interest in Springfield include the American National Fish and Wildlife Museum, Route 66 Car Museum, Dickerson Park Zoo, Discovery Center of Springfield, Springfield Art Museum, Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield, Nathanael Green Close Memorial Park and the Springfield Botanical Gardens.  South of Springfield is Branson with plenty of tourist attractions and near the central part of the state, head out to the Ozark Mountains. In the historic downtown district is the Branson Scenic Railway where visitors can travel to the Ozark foothills. Along Highway 76 you will find Branson’s Entertainment District packed with the following attractions; Veteran’s Memorial Museum, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Branson Odditorium, the Titanic Museum and the Hollywood Was Museum.   Located on the edge of the Ozark Mountains is Lake of the Ozarks a fun area during the summer with lots of water activities.