Time to Explore Missouri’s Wonder

Explore the fun and history at Mark Twain Cave.

“It is strange and fine – Nature’s lavish generosities to her creatures.” – Mark Twain

Anyone who has traveled much in the state of Missouri knows the wide variety of gems Mother Nature has given us.  With the power of the personal camera, anyone can capture their own breathtaking river view, modern skyline, rustling prairie, or golden sunset. It’s amazing the beauty of Missouri, especially during the spring.

The Mark Twain Riverboat on the Mighty Mississippi River.

In Hannibal, our river is showing its might once again, offering rarely captured photographic fodder.  The flowers and trees are coming to life once again, offering unique opportunities for amazing photographs at places such as our city parks.  And I’m sure I don’t even have to mention vacation photos of the family!

A great place for family fun.

After a long, cold, snowy winter, nothing beats soaking up some sun (or soaking in some spring rain) and exploring the wonders of Missouri with family and friends.  No matter where you live in the state; it’s time to grab your camera and go exploring.

Whether you visit a state park, a historic district, a cave, or a museum, this is the time of year to enjoy some fresh spring air and snap some memories!

Written by Megan Rapp, interim director and group sales manager for the Hannibal Convention and Visitors Bureau. Riverboat photo courtesy Karen Martino Photography.

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