Making Your Way Through Missouri

While making your way through Missouri, be sure to check out some of the most iconic places and amazing attractions "The Show Me State" has to offer.

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Missouri Botanical Gardens features greenery and statues, including a pond with harp-playing angels.

The Titanic Museum in Branson Missouri is designed to resemble the doomed ship.

A girl and a curious giraffe extend mutual greetings at St. Louis Zoo. The 90-acre zoo is home to more than 5,000 animals.

The American Jazz Museum located in Kansas City. This is the only museum in the world solely focused on the preservation, exhibition and advancement of jazz music.

The entrance to Silver Dollar City theme park in Branson.

The "Crying Giant" sculpture by Tom Otterness adorns the lawn of the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri.

The 300,000-square-foot Bass Pro Shop is the largest store in Springfield, Missouri.

The Anheuser Busch Brewery in St Louis.

The Bloch Building at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City.

The Showboat Branson Belle, on beautiful Table Rock Lake in Branson, offers 3-course dinners and a variety show.

St Louis is also known as "Gateway City" because it was located at the end of the first leg of the Oregon Trail and considered the dividing mark between the Eastern and Western US in the 1800s.

The Harry S. Truman Library and Museum in Independence, MO.

Located near Van Buren, MO, Big Spring is one of the largest springs in the US. It originates at the base of a bluff on the west side of the Current River Valley in the Missouri Ozarks.

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