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Missouri Attractions


Missouri is a large and varried state with a variety that will satisfy everyone in your group. Springfield is in the 'Middle of Everywhere' and you can arrive from all directions. Be sure to take some time to explore the varried attractions as you travel to Springfield.
We are the 'Show-Me State' and we'd love to Show You Around!!

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Lives Shows - For more than 50 years, live shows have been the staple of a vacation to Branson. Today with over 50 theaters and more than 100 shows, Branson is truly the live music show capital of the world! Morning, afternoon and night, Branson offers a variety of entertainment options for all visitors from: Andy Williams, Baldknobbers, Presleys Country Jubilee, Dixie Stampede, Gospel Music, Red Skelton, Noah the Musical, & much, much, more.

Shopping - Visitors can find outlet centers, shops and galleries focused on arts and crafts, as well boutique and specialty stores.

TroutLodging - The Branson/Lakes Area has more than 18,000 lodging units ranging from four-star resorts where gourmet breakfast is served to guests as they watch the sun rise over Table Rock Lake to establishments on world famous Highway 76 complete with swimming pools, water parks, miniature golf courses and family-style restaurants.

Branson Area Lakes - so known because of its three pristine lakes: Table Rock, Taneycomo and Bull Shoals. Water sports enthusiasts can swim, water ski, wakeboard, tube, boat, sail, scuba dive, jet ski, parasail, kayak, and of course, fish. All three lakes offer camping and RV parks, and easy access to the water at a number of public marinas and boat docks/launch areas. Several commercial marinas offer fishing guide service and a wide range of boat rentals.

Ziplining - There are several zipline companies taking you through the ozarks - FAST!

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Battle of Springfield Driving Tour (Civil War)
Downtown Springfield, 417-881-5300, Hours: Self-guided, Admission: Free Creek Canon

Wilson's Creek National Battlefield - Pivotal battle in Missouri and the Civil War
6424 W. Farm Rd. 182, Republic, MO, 417-732-2662, Hours:8am-5pm, Cost: $5pp /$10/car

Creamery Arts Center - features monthly exhibitions of works by local and regional artists
411 N. Sherman Pkwy, Springfield, 417-862-2787, Hrs: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Admission: Free,

Discovery Center - interactive hands-on science center for all ages
438 E. St. Louis St, Springfield, Ph: 417-862-9910, Hours & Admission: Varries

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame- sports memorabilia, hands-on exhibits and displays.
3861 E. Stan Musial Dr, Springfield, 417-889-3100, Hours: Call for details, Cost varries Wilson Farm park

Pythian Castle - this certified haunted castle is rich in history.
1451 E. Pythian St. Springfield, Ph: (417) 865-1464, Hours & admission: Varies.

Wild Animal Safari - MO largest Wild Animal Safari with more than 650 animals.
124 Jungle Drive, Strafford, MO, Ph: 417-859-5300, Hours:10am, Cost: $15.95 & down

Lambert's Cafe - Home of Throwed Rolls!
1800 W. State Hwy J, U.S. Highway 65 at Exit CC, Ozark, MO 65721, 417-581-7655, Hours: Daily 10:30am-9pm

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Heartland Dairy - Large dairy and dairy goat facility that rehabilitates at-risk individuals.
400 New Creation Road North, Newark, MO 63458 Heartland Dairy Tour Center

Hannibal, Missouri - Hannibal's most famous son is Samuel Langhorne Clemens, known worldwide by his pen name, Mark Twain. Today, we have more parks per citizen than most towns in the Midwest, and our trail system is growing yearly. Hannibal is a wonderful place to hike, or bike. Boaters will find easy access to the Mississippi, as well as local lakes.