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  • Forest Park

    Forest Park

    One of the largest urban parks in the United States, Forest Park in St. Louis is larger than Central Park in New York City by 500 acres and contains the Art Museum, Science Center, Zoo, Jewel Box greenhouse, History Museum and much more.

  • Katy Trail

    Katy Trail State Park

    The longest rails-to-trails conversion in the U.S. is a 240-mile trail open for hiking, running, walking and bicycling through the Missouri countryside. Enjoy wineries, restaurants and more along the way.

  • Stone Hill Winery

    Stone Hill Winery

    One of Missouri’s most awarded wineries, Stone Hill overlooks the picturesque Missouri River valley and village of Hermann. An outdoor patio offers spectacular scenic views to go along with bottles of Missouri red and white. Besides tastings, enjoy tours of its cavernous underground cellars.

  • Mark Twain Brewing Co

    Mark Twain Brewing Company

    This Hannibal brewpub is housed in an old Ford Model T manufacturing facility across the street from the author’s childhood home. Sample five year-round beers, and a handful of seasonal releases, each with beer names referencing Twain’s work, including Huck Finn’s Habanero Apricot Wheat.

  • Shatto Milk Company

    Shatto Milk Company

    Just a short trip north of Kansas City, is the Shatto Milk Company, a small, family-owned dairy farm in Osborn. Tour the farm and bottling facility, milk a cow, pet the baby calves or enjoy the picnic area. Stop in the Shatto General Store anytime to buy and sample their delicious flavored milk, ice cream and more.

  • Nichols Fountain

    Kansas City Fountains

    Home to more unique water sculptures than any city, except for Rome, there's a reason Kansas City is known as "the City of Fountains." Visit more than 200 of these flowing treasures in the metro area alone, including the photo-ready J.C. Nichols Memorial Fountain on Country Club Plaza.

  • Il Lazzarone

    Il Lazzarone

    Pizza oven: imported from Naples, Italy. Flour for every pizza crust: imported from Naples. The pizzeria: certified Neopolitan by the pizza governing board of Naples. All at least 5,000 miles closer than Naples!

  • Boulevard Brewing Co

    Boulevard Brewing Company

    Founded in 1989, Boulevard Brewing has grown to become one of the largest specialty brewers in the Midwest. Stop by for a free 45-minute tour of the brewery.

  • Ha Ha Tonka State Park

    Ha Ha Tonka State Park

    Situated atop towering bluffs, with more than 15 miles of winding trails, the views of the Lake of the Ozarks are majestic at Ha Ha Tonka State Park. Plus, you can visit the remains of a huge, circa 1905 European-style stone castle on the premises.

  • Faurot Field

    Faurot Field at Memorial Stadium

    Fall colors look different on a football weekend in SEC country. Tailgate with the legions of black and gold clad fans before cheering on the Tigers of “Ol’ Mizzou”. Afterwards, walk the campus and see its famous Columns before strolling downtown to the bars and restaurants of The District.

  • Les Bourgeouis Winery

    Les Bourgeouis Winery & Bistro

    Located midway between Kansas City and St. Louis, Les Bourgeois offers stunning locations, like their A-Frame and Blufftop Bistro Restaurant to enjoy a glass of wine and a meal. 

  • Jefferson City Capitol

    Missouri State Capital

    Every fall, along the Missouri River, the edifice of the Capitol in Jefferson City becomes even more stunning, while the interior houses works of art by Frank Brangwyn, N.C. Wyeth and Thomas Hart Benton.

  • Ozark Riverways

    Ozark National Scenic Riverways

    Encompassing more than 80,000 acres, the Ozark National Scenic Riverways is America’s first congressionally designated national park for the preservation of a wild river system.

  • Elephant Rocks State Park

    Elephant Rocks State Park

    At this park, giant, billion-year-old granite boulders stand end-to-end, like a train of red circus elephants. Spend some time reading the names and comments carved into the red granite by 19th century miners who worked in the area.

  • Chaumette Vineyards

    Chaumette Vineyards and Winery

    Chaumette Winery sits amid magnificent rolling hills of southestern Missouri. Enjoy the views while sampling their award-winning, handcrafted wines.

  • Mary Jane Burgers & Brew

    Mary Jane Burgers & Brew

    Stop in Perryville, just south of Ste. Genevieve, and try the one-of-a-kind burger creations at Mary Jane’s, each prepared fresh daily using GMO-free and antibiotic-free, Midwest-raised cattle.

  • Top of the Rock

    Top of the Rock

    Overlooking Table Rock Lake and the Ozark Mountains, Top of the Rock combines the breathtaking splendor of a natural preserve with the activities and accommodations of a world-class private retreat. There simply aren’t many destinations like Top of the Rock … anywhere.

  • Mother's Brewery

    Mother’s Brewing

    Stop by the tasting room at Mother's Brewery in Springfield to sample selections from their extensive list or year-round, seasonal and special series handcrafted brews. After you pick your favorite pint, enjoy the Backyard – a beautiful outdoor space often with live music.

  • Big Cedar Lodge

    Big Cedar Lodge

    On the shores of Table Rock Lake in the Ozark Mountains, you’ll find Big Cedar Lodge, a luxury lodge complete with five pools, a lazy river, two golf courses, mini golf and four dining options.

  • Civil Kitchen & Taproom

    Civil Kitchen & Tap

    A stunning, unobstructed view of Springfield’s Park Central Square is just the appetizer. On tap are 28 beers, ready to wash down a made-from- scratch menu featuring modern twists on Midwestern classics, including griddled burgers and their take on the “Hot Brown”. For more to see and do in Missouri, visit https://www.visitmo.com

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