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Just 10 miles east of Kansas City, Independence offers a mix of stops that delights history buffs.
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Founded in the 1800s by German vintners, Hermann (population: 2,600) has retained its small-town character even though thousands come to this Missouri River town each year to explore the area’s...
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Mark Twain’s stories of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn began in this Mississippi River town (population: 17,500). The National Tom Sawyer Days festival takes place in July.
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A magnet for foodies, City Market brings global and local together in a historic downtown neighborhood.
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Enjoy the Midwest's growing wine scene with a scenic drive or overnight stay in one of the region's thriving wine areas.
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Each May, the Dutch-theme Tulip Time festival blooms in Pella, Iowa, one of many Midwest towns throwing huge street parties to greet spring—and you're invited!
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Slow down and enjoy small towns such as Zoar, Ohio; Stockholm, Wisconsin; Lanesboro, Minnesota; Nappanee, Indiana; and Louisiana, Missouri.
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Unplug from the modern everyday on a nostalgic, kitschy, friendlier-than-a-front-porch run down the Midwest stretch of Route 66.
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Take a trip back in time to historic covered bridges in counties throughout the Midwest.
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Let yourself relax into a slower gear with one of our beautiful fall drives through largely undiscovered parts of the Midwest.

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