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Mark Twain Riverboat
The Mark Twain Riverboat, docked at Hannibal, Missouri, offers narrated tours of the river that captured Samuel Clemens' imagination.
St. Louis' Gateway Arch, completed in 1965 and opened to the public in 1967, is the nation's tallest monument—630 feet.
Sign of spring
Tulips usher in spring at Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis.
Emerson Memorial Bridge
The Emerson Memorial Bridge lights up the water at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The bridge connects Cape Girardeau with East Cape Girardeau, Illinois.
Heart of the lake
Head to the heart of the Ozark's vacation zone with a boat trip on vast (and vastly popular) Lake of the Ozarks.
Silver Dollar City
Visitors seeking a thrill at Silver Dollar City in Branson, Missouri, won't be disappointed by the WildFire. Traveling at up to 66 miles per hour, the coaster makes a vertical drop of 15 stories followed by multiple loops.
Katy Trail fun
Riders of all ages can enjoy the Katy Trail State Park, a recreational rail-to-trail connecting a series of small Missouri communities, including Rocheport, Hermann, Augusta and St. Charles.
Triumph tulip 'Blue Base' is one of more than 100 types at the Missouri Botanical Gardens in St. Louis.
It's hard to miss the giant vanilla soft-serve cone at Randy's Frozen Custard in Osage Beach, Missouri.
A place to paddle
Ducks swim in the Grand Basin, part of sprawling Forest Park in St. Louis. The Saint Louis Art Museum sits on the hill behind the lake.
Snow falls at Overlook Farm in Clarksville, Missouri.
Church steeples and historic buildings create a postcard-perfect scene in Hermann, Missouri.
Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park
The East Fork of the Black River runs through Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park creating a natural water park for swimming and splashing.
Kansas City tradition
Holiday lights illuminate Kansas City's Country Club Plaza.
Enjoy fall color while strolling the Japanese Garden at the Missouri Botanical Center in St. Louis.
Dripping and seeping water has created impressive geologic formations at Ozark Caverns in Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks State Park.
Kansas City's Union Station
Union Station, built in 1914, now houses restaurants, shops and Science City. And you can still catch the train at the station's Amtrak stop.
Nature creates a pretty picture after ice falls in Kansas City.
Liberty Memorial Park
Snow blankets Kansas City's Liberty Memorial, built to honor those who served in World War I.
Spot of color
A roseate spoonbill wades in the St. Louis Zoo's Cypress Swamp.