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Find big-city excitement in places such as Kansas City and St. Louis, lakeside lounging in Branson and Lake of the Ozarks, and plenty of natural beauty and history throughout the state.
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Kansas City's urban development highlights new attractions while the old favorites still shine.
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The Minneapolis-Saint Paul metro area strikes a great balance between city-cool and eco-friendly, and between history and hip. Discover the Twin Cities through attractions like the Science Museum of...
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Things to do in Detroit include The Henry Ford, Comerica Park, Eastern Market, and Detroit Institute of Arts.
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Things to do in the Amana Colonies include High Amana General Store, Hahn Hearth Oven Bakery, Millstream Brewing and Old Creamery Theatre Company.
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Arts and culture are grabbing some of the spotlight in the sports-focused home of the Indianapolis 500 and famous speedway.
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Springfield is home to many sites important to the days when Abraham Lincoln lived and worked here, plus an impressive presidential museum and other attractions.
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Two moms and their kids set off to explore the Land of Lincoln -- and connect with a leader who's still inspiring.
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Iowa's capital city, Des Moines, has emerged as one of the region's most energetic midsize cities.
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Thousands of ships, pulled under by the Great Lakes and eerily preserved in their icy waters, give visitors a glimpse into a treacherous past.

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