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Selfie-Worthy Roadside Attractions

You can take mirror selfies all day, but prized shots with a worthy snap-shot companion are harder to come by. Missouri does not fall short when looking for that perfect pic on your drive through the Show-Me-State. Grab your selfie stick and hit the road to these seven selfie-worthy roadside attractions. “Eye,” 12580 Rott Road, St. Louis. In the heart …

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Looking Forward to Spring at Lake of the Ozarks

Is winter worrying you? Well, let’s think of a weather warmup with water and wakes to help shake off old man Winter. The time of year has arrived when spring fever gets folks at Lake of the Ozarks, and all over our great state of Missouri, in its grip. We attend boat shows and spring festivals, and start thinking about …

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Romantic Getaways in Missouri Wine Country

There is a long and fascinating winemaking history in the “Show Me” State steeped in culture brought over by French, Italian and German immigrants with their vines more than 150 years ago. Experience international influence and local deliciousness on one of these tours through Missouri wine country, perfect for a romantic getaway! French Colonial Tour– Travel just an hour south …

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16 Missouri Adventures You Don’t Want to Miss in 2016

No matter how many resolutions are on your list for 2016, there’s always room for one more, especially one that’s as enjoyable as traveling in Missouri. The Show-Me State has a variety of exciting and entertaining attractions, outdoor adventures and events for you and your family to enjoy in the coming year. Need proof? Here’s a look at 16 things …

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Best of Show: Route 66 Still Has Kicks

“If you’re looking for hidden treasures, the Meramec Caverns in the Ozarks in Missouri are it – quite literally.” This is how USA Today 10Best described Meramec Caverns in Stanton. The historic caves were listed on the site’s “Road Trip: 10Best Spots Still Left on Route 66.” Take a guided tour through the caverns that have been thrilling Americans for …

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Explore Sea and Space in Bonne Terre

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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Fall Escapes: Cape Girardeau and Sikeston

It’s fall – that means it’s roadtrip time! Cape Girardeau and Sikeston are the perfect fall escapes. About a two hour drive from St. Louis and two and a half  hours from Memphis, Cape and Sikeston are just thirty minutes from each other and have big fun without the big crowds. Movie buffs will love Cape Girardeau for the Gone Girl driving …

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Gone Girl Driving Tour in Cape Girardeau

How would you like to visit the very same locations that Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Tyler Perry and Neil Patrick Harris helped make famous in the film “Gone Girl.” Cape Girardeau served as the fictional town of North Carthage in “Gone Girl,” which was directed by David Fincher and adapted by Gillian Flynn from her novel. The “Gone Girl” driving …

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Warm Springs Ranch: An Iconic Missouri Tour

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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Fall Family Road Trip Through the Show-Me State

Road tripping with your family, especially the kiddos, may sound like the last thing you want to do for a vacation. This Missouri road trip will change your mind, as it’s designed to take you into the great outdoors and back in time. As you travel across the northern part of the state, you experience Missouri in all of its …

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