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Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Heats Up Summer with Cool Tour Options

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Summer has officially arrived in St. Louis and what better way to enjoy the hot days than with a cool tour of the famous Anheuser-Busch Brewery in St. Louis. Although the company’s tremendous pride in producing some of the world’s finest beers one batch at a time has remained unchanged over the last century, there are several exciting new developments ... Read More »

Tips to Extend your Missouri Getaway

Use fuel-saving tips to extend your Missouri vacation.

When it comes to a Missouri vacation, drivers have different needs. Some need to experience rolling hills and blacktops, while others prefer the convenience and accessibility of interstate highways. Despite those differences, there’s one thing all drivers agree on: Saving money at the pump is awesome!  So, our friends at the Missouri Division of Energy crafted a quick list of ... Read More »

A Missouri Memorial Day Weekend

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Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer and there’s plenty to see and do in the Show-Me State. In Cape Girardeau, a ceremony fitting of the Memorial Day observance takes place Friday-Sunday at Fort D Historic Site, when local re-enactors offer a living history encampment. During the weekend, the re-enactors pay tribute to America’s fallen soldiers with rifle ... Read More »

Enjoy the Missouri Shows

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Enjoy the show. We use that phrase a lot here at the Missouri Division of Tourism. The great thing about it is that it can mean so many different things, depending on why we need it. It can mean “enjoy the beautiful state parks Missouri has to offer.” It can mean “enjoy a sporting event featuring one of Missouri’s collegiate ... Read More »

Kansas City FilmFest Celebrates Animation Roots

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When people think Walt Disney, they usually think Mickey Mouse. When people think Mickey Mouse, they usually think Walt Disney. But there is one man who is often forgotten, without whom Disney’s mascot Mickey, or perhaps Disney all together, would not be possible. In light of the upcoming Kansas City FilmFest, we take a look at the Kansas City man ... Read More »

Museum Tells Missouri’s Civil War Story

The main floor features displays of artifacts with a cannon, Studebaker wagon and real stuffed horse on an oval island in the middle.

In order to see the country’s newest Civil War museum, you’ll have to visit the oldest active military installation west of the Mississippi River. The Missouri Civil War Museum is in a recently restored building on the parade grounds at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site in St. Louis. Established in 1826, Jefferson Barracks served soldiers in every major military conflict ... Read More »

PGA Champions Tour Coming to Southwest Missouri

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The PGA Champions Tour event that will be held this summer at Big Cedar Lodge’s Top of the Rock golf course is expected to introduce the scenic beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities of Southwest Missouri to a worldwide audience. Gov. Jay Nixon joined PGA TOUR officials at a news conference broadcast live on the Golf Channel to announce that the ... Read More »