Missouri is a blend of Lakes and mountains that are seamlessly weaved in the network of urban centres. The Ozark Mountains and Lakes create enigmatic backdrops for scenic drives while the forests provide enchanting hiking trails and camping grounds. The city doesnt stop at just scenic beauty but boasts an equally rich artistic culture. Missouri proudly hosts thousands of music enthusiasts who come to appreciate the much-famed country music concerts in Branson.
The show-me state was a prime battlefield during the Civil War and has the largest collection of artefacts from the war. The state capital, Jefferson City is home to some of the priceless artifacts in the many museums and galleries dotted around town. Jefferson City also boasts the iconic St. Louis Gateway Arch that gives a breathtaking view of the entire city. Millions of nature lovers seek out the adventures of Forest Park in St. Louis.
The vast 1300 acres of land is a paradox of ponds and gardens along with museums and zoos that are admired by all. The much talked about Kansas City boasts a fun and exciting adventure in its many museums and parks for kids and adults alike. Kansas also has an admirable collection of Asian art in the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. The city of Branson is a perfect base to explore the glorious Ozark Mountains and its adventures.
Springfield offers a small-town experience with its varied range of outdoor activities in the Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park, Mizumoto Japanese Stroll Garden, Fantastic Caverns, and the Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium. Apart from the adventures, the City is dotted with historic sites from civil war. It is home to the Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum and Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum that chronicles the life and work of both these iconic personas.
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