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Summer Road Trips: Hannibal

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AKA “Edutainment”; or “How to get the kids to learn something on your vacation without them realizing it” We understand.  The last bell of the semester rings, and suddenly it seems like half of what your children learned that year is magically sucked from their brains.  Endless days of video games, sports and free time stretch before their eyes, while …

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Mother’s Day Destinations Worth the Trip

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  Mother’s Day is coming up and if you’re looking for a special way to treat Mom, consider some of these great Missouri options to put a smile on her face. Of course, Mom will enjoy a meal out with her favorite people so treat her by visiting one of Missouri’s wineries. Food and Wine, a winning pair Enjoy the …

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101 Days of Summer in Missouri

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Caves are cool, fish are biting, music fills the air, ribs are in the smoker and the home team’s rivals are in town for the weekend. It doesn’t get much better than summer in Missouri. Unofficially, summer lasts 101 days (starting the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend and stretching through Labor Day), which is barely enough time to take care …

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Missouri Has Your Perfect Escape (Room)

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Escape games are the new craze across the country for family, friends and co-workers looking to hone their critical-thinking and problem-solving skills and work as a team to achieve one common goal: escaping a locked room. Most escape games range from a 15 – 30 percent success rate. Missouri does not fall short when it comes to these large-scale brain …

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Enjoy the Show: 5 Theaters to Discover in Springfield

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Springfield, Missouri, is far removed from the glittering lights of Hollywood and New York City, so it may be the last place you think of as a thriving hub of theatrical activity. However, this city—the third largest in Missouri—has a rich theater history. Springfield has been the starting place for many acclaimed actors, including silent film actress Pearl White, of …

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Let It Snow in St. Louis

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Isn’t it thrilling when it snows?  There’s plenty to see and do, so don’t let the weather prevent you from enjoying the season in St. Louis. The City Museum is always a unique way to spend your time indoors. Not actually a museum, this wonderland was a shoe factory transformed into an artsy playground in a warehouse of recycled fun for the …

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Explore Sea and Space in Bonne Terre

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Bonne Terre, an hour south of St. Louis, is the perfect town to curb your curiosity for sea and space. I know you’re probably thinking what I was thinking, “How can this tiny Missouri town provide any insight on sea OR space?” You would be pleasantly surprised, just as I was. Are you an experienced diver? Maybe you’re looking to …

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Warm Springs Ranch: An Iconic Missouri Tour

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Iconic, majestic and powerful are three words used to describe the Budweiser Clydesdales. Thanks to Warm Springs Ranch in Boonville, you might also add accessible to the list. Since 2008 Budweiser Clydesdales have been bred and raised with loving care at Warm Springs Ranch. Anyone can tour the beautiful 300-acre farm to see the beautiful facilities and renowned horses, and …

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