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No matter where your travels lead, the Show-Me State is the ideal place for a fun, memorable experience for your group’s big adventure. And when we say big, we mean big!
Big like the 630-foot-tall Gateway Arch (the tallest national monument in the U.S.) in downtown St. Louis and the world’s largest shuttlecocks (badminton birdies) on the lawn outside the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City.
Then there’s the big, ship-shaped façade of the Titanic Museum in Branson, where an equally big depiction of King Kong is seen scaling the exterior of the Hollywood Wax Museum.
About 40 minutes to the north, the world’s largest Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World offers 500,000 square feet of retail, dining and entertainment space in the heart of Springfield.
Missouri’s small towns also offer opportunities for big fun. Hermann, which has a rich German heritage, is noted for its wineries, while Hannibal celebrates Mark Twain, whose writings were inspired by life in the historic Mississippi River town.
And speaking of famous folks, Missouri has connections to Walt Disney, Laura Ingalls Wilder, George Washington Carver and Jesse James, to name a few.
Whether your travels take you indoors, outdoors, to small towns or major metros, big adventure awaits in Missouri.
We’ve included some of the best videos from Visit Missouri; we hope you enjoy!