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Places 2 Go: MO

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Places 2 Go: MO

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Fantastic Caverns in Springfield, the only drive-thru cave experience. A great experience for all ages. Magical. And, if you're really lucky, you'll get a "cave kiss."

Fantastic Caverns

Bennett Springs State Park. If you've never made it to the opening day of trout fishing, you don't know what you're missing.

Missouri Botanical Gardens, St. Louis. You could spend weeks here and never reach the end of its archives, gardens, fountains and events. A state treasure. Visit its sister location, the Butterfly House, in Chesterfield's Forest Park. Might as well ride the carousel while you're there:-)

Warm Springs Ranch, breeding farm of the Budweiser Clydesdales, in Boonesville. Call to book your FREE tour. And, make a day trip of it. Spend the morning in Columbia, browsing coffee shops and boutiques, then drive to Warm Springs Farm for an afternoon tour. Then drive to KC for an elegant dinner and an overnight!

Warm Springs Ranch - Home of the Budweiser Clydesdales
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    Jill Anderson

    The website says tours are for a fee.

Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park. Lose yourself. Bring family. Pack water shoes. Camp if you are willing. Have fun.

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Mo. The most attended museum in Missouri in 2010.

Totem Pole Trading Post Missouri's oldest business on old Route 66. There are some very cool antiques here on display, as well as a collection of roadside souvenirs in the state.

The District Explore Downtown Columbia, also known as “The District,” which backs up to the University of Missouri campus. Shop the various stores, boutiques and specialty shops; you will be amazed at the wide variety of inventory at each of the exclusive stores. There is something for everyone, take home something special.

The St. Louis Carousel Created by the Dentzel Company of Philadelphia in the 1920s; installed in 1929 at the Forest Park Highlands. Restored in 1987 and installed in a climate controlled building in Faust Park. Best of all, it's situated in front of a fantastic playground and right next door to the Butterfly House!

Henry Lay Sculpture Park, Louisiana, MO. Don't forget to check out the art galleries in Louisiana!

Missouri’s Sculpture Parks in Missouri |

The Raphael Hotel in KC. Well appointed rooms. Easy walking to shops/dining and located directly across the street from Country Club Plaza.