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Top Rated Tourist Attractions in Missouri

Megha Chakraborty Nov 12, 2020
Missouri, or “The Show Me State" is a Midwestern state in the United States. This paradise on earth is home to numerous historical and cultural landmarks, magnificent caves and the mesmerizing Mississippi rivers.
St. Louis
Located in Missouri along the Mississippi River, this popular city is known for its iconic 630-ft. Gateway Arch, also known as the"Gateway to the West." This city is famous for it’s historic sites, STL Zoo, City Museum St Louis & St Louis Six Flags.
This Ozark town in southwest Missouri also known as “Live country music capital of the universe”. It is quiet popular for it’s live entertainment shows of every genre along with attractions like museums, go karts, ziplines, and more.
Located in the heart of Missouri, this lake also known as the Midwest's premier lake resort destination, featuring more than 1,100 miles of shoreline, with activities like world-class boating, golfing, shopping and fishing.
Lake of the Ozarks
Located in Kansas city, Missouri, this museum is well known for it’s comprehensive collection of art from nearly every continent and culture, especially its huge collection of Asian Art, you can also enjoy the "sculpture garden" on the museum ground.
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Silver Dollar City
Silver Dollar City is an amusement park located in Branson. This park features over 40 thrilling rides & attractions, live shows & concerts, 100 resident craftsmen demonstrating America's heritage crafts, restaurants and unique shops.
This U.S. National Forest located in the southern half of Missouri, this place is perfect to explore the wilderness of forest, the Ozark trail, the 350 miles of perennial streams suitable with canoes, kayaks, and the Eleven Point National Scenic River.
Mark Twain National Forest
Located in Mississippi River in northeast Missouri, this boyhood home of Mark Twain, is known as the setting for Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. From the historic Mark Twain Cave tour, museums, monuments, parks to a haunted house, this city has it all.
Forest Park
This beautiful urban public park is in western St. Louis, Missouri. This park is home to a variety of attractions including St. Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum, the Missouri History Museum, and the St. Louis Science Center.
The third largest city in the state of Missouri also known as “The Cultural Center of the Ozarks,” is the birthplace of the famous Route 66 which features many Museums, American Civil War Library, Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park and many more.
Situated on Missouri's western edge, straddling the border with Kansas, also known as the City of Fountains’ it is largest and liveliest city in the Midwest. This city is quiet famous for barbecue, jazz heritage The World War 1 Museum and fountains.
Kansas City