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Things to do in Missouri
Branson - have a great family day at the Branson Family Fun Factory
For a great family day out take a trip down to the Branson Family Fun Factory or host your children’s birthday party here. The highlight in the factory is the 18 hole indoor mini golf course, that really does glow in the dark. It is made up of 4 different zones, each with their own unique challenges. For the more energetic take part in a lively game of laser tag, that is normally held in the 3,000 square foot arena.
Branson - relive the history of the Titanic at the Titanic Museum
Everyone knows the story of the RMS Titanic and now you can re live what life was like on board this famous ship and see over 400 artifacts that have been recovered from its wreck or that have been donated by families of survivors, at the Titanic Museum in Branson. Take a walk up a replica of the first class staircase, along the sloping decks just prior to her sinking and touch a genuine iceberg. There is a limit to the number of vistors each day, so online booking is recommended.
Branson - take a trip back in time at Silver Dollar City
To see what life was like back in earlier times take a trip to Silver Dollar City in Branson, and try your hand at different activities such as pottery making and glass blowing. Alternatively take a ride on one of the many attractions that the park has to offer. There is also an opportunity to purchase items made by local artisans. in a simlar manner as people did over a 100 years ago.
Kansas - be amaze at the Steamboat Arabia Museum
One of the more unusual museums that you will get the chance to visit is the Steamboat Arabia Museum, in Kansas. Here they have excavated an old steamboat that sank and was buried and lost when the river changed direction. The preservation of what was found is still being undertaken, and as you tour the museum you can chat with the experts doing the work or even participate yourself, if you book in advance to one of their field trip studies.
Kansas - see the greatest collections of World War I artifacts
The only museum in the United States dedicated to its involvement in World War 1 can be found in Kansas, and is a must to go and see. The National World War 1 Museum is at the Liberty Memorial, in the city. It is filled with artifacts from the war plus contains a large number of displays and videos, explaining and demonstrating what lead up to the involvement of the US, and the fighting that took place. With over 55,000 different items on show to view, you will definitely need to allocate a whole day to your visit.
Kansas - soak up the atmosphere at the Country Club Plaza
For a different kind of shopping experience make you way to the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, where there are a large range of shops available for you to browse and wander around, many of which are fashioned as replicas of famous buildings. You will need to stroll about outside to get to the various shops, so be prepared. The Plaza is also an excellent place to enjoy a romantic meal in the evening, made all the more delightful by the lights that are there between Thanksgiving and the New Year.
Maryland Heights - go out for a leisurely meal at the Westport Plaza
Located in 42 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, the West Port Plaza is a collection of modern office towers, hotels that also contains a selection of world class restaurants. This makes this one of the best places to go out for a meal, in Maryland Heights. Whether you a looking for a light and refreshing lunch or a lovely, romantic dinner for 2, you can be sure to find what you are looking for here.
Saint Charles - try your luck at Ameristar Casino
Most people like to have a gamble or small flutter from time to time. The Ameristar Casino in Saint Charles offers you just such an opportunity. Whether you like to play poker in its many variants, baccarat or just sit playing on the slots, there is plenty to choose from. For those not interested in gambling, there are some great bars to relax in, to have a cocktail or rwo before moving on to one of the excellent restaurants.
Saint Louis - experience animal life at the Grant's Farm
Just south of St Louis is the wonderful Grant’s Farm, with its collection of over 900 animals from 100 different species. This offers a great day out for the whole family. The farm has a series of shows and also gives vistors opportunities to interact with some of the animals, many of which are not native to America. The farm is open every day from mid April through to late October, and special, organized private tours can be arranged, provided they are booked, well in advance.
Saint Louis - marvel at the Missouri Botanical Gardens
Spread over 79 acres, the Missouri Botanical Gardens in Saint Louis were created in 1859. and have been a favorite of locals ever since. They have beautiful outdoor displays of plants and flowers, while more exotic, fragile flowering plants can be found and viewed in the large hothouses. Take a gentle stroll around the grounds and loose yourself in their beauty and tranquility, although it can be quite busy on special festival days and some weekends.
Introduction of Missouri
The state of Missouri is geographically positioned in the United States' Midwest region and bordered by Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois and Iowa. Across the entire state travellers will be impressed with the varied range of attractions to explore and experience. One of the premier tourist attractions is a voyage to Independence where visitors can see a number of historical houses, the brilliant Leila's Hair Museum, Truman Presidential Museum and Library, and the National Frontier Trails Museum. Decent hotels in Missouri can be found in every town and city. Most of the first-class lodgings located in the major cities such as St Louis and Kansas City can be pre-booked online at discounted rates. Another popular visitor attraction is the Six Flags Amusement Park, located in Eureka. Backpackers and budget-minded travellers will find plenty of cheap accommodations, as well as campsites, motels, bed and breakfasts and inns.