State of Missouri.

Tips for your trips. Tourist information. Official websites.

+ Government website.

Missouri, known as “The Show-Me State,” is located in the Midwestern region of the United States. With its diverse landscapes, historical significance, and cultural attractions, Missouri offers a wide range of experiences for visitors.

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St. Louis: The largest city in Missouri, St. Louis is known for its iconic Gateway Arch, which honors westward expansion. Explore the city’s vibrant neighborhoods, and the Missouri Botanical Garden.

Kansas City: Located in the western part of the state, Kansas City offers a rich cultural scene, including the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, live jazz performances, and a famous barbecue cuisine.

Branson: Nestled in the Ozark Mountains, Branson is a popular entertainment destination, featuring live shows, music theaters, and family-friendly attractions.

Columbia: Home to the University of Missouri, Columbia is a college town with a lively arts and music scene, as well as parks and outdoor activities.

Gateway Arch National Park (St. Louis): Visit the iconic Gateway Arch, a symbol of American westward expansion, and explore the museum and scenic views from the top.

Mark Twain’s Boyhood Home & Museum (Hannibal): Discover the childhood home of renowned author Mark Twain in Hannibal, which served as the inspiration for many of his famous works.

Ozark National Scenic Riverways: This national park offers beautiful river landscapes, opportunities for canoeing and kayaking, and cave exploration, including the popular Round Spring Cave.

Meramec Caverns (Stanton): Explore the stunning underground formations of Meramec Caverns, one of the most extensive and visited cave systems in the state.

Annual Events

St. Louis Mardi Gras: St. Louis hosts one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations in the United States, featuring parades, live music, and festive activities.

Kansas City Renaissance Festival: Travel back in time to a medieval village during this annual Renaissance-themed festival in Kansas City, with jousting tournaments, artisan shops, and live performances.

Missouri bears the nickname “Show Me State,” a phrase signifying the need for evidence to substantiate claims. While not an official slogan, it does make its way onto license plates and is affectionately embraced by Missourians, who often say, “I’m from Missouri, you have to Show Me!”

Although Missouri might not be as renowned as some other states, rest assured that it welcomes all travelers with open arms. Tourism is relatively modest compared to states at the western or eastern extremities, which reflects the amiable treatment of tourists and travelers. Engaging in conversations with locals in stores, museums, or cafes, and letting them know you’re “not from around here,” can yield a wealth of information and a warm reception.

 

Public transport.

Information about all types of public transport.

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BUS: Greyhound, Jefferson Lines

TRAIN: AMTRAK | eTicketing | Interactive Map. Amtrak service is provided to St. Louis and Kansas City from Chicago.

AIRPORT: Kansas City and St. Louis are served by many major airlines, with international flights.

FERRY: America has the largest system of inland waterways of any country in the world. It is entirely possible to navigate around within the United States by boat ⇒ The New York State Canal System • The St. Lawrence Seaway • *The Mississippi River.

CAR: ROADTRIPPERS – #1 road trip planning platform. America’s love affair with the automobile is legendary, so travelling the United States without a car can be difficult. (*Driving in the United States)

What’s Your M-O? | Visit Missouri.

Friendly. Unassuming. Full of surprises. That’s me — Missouri. A destination with countless hidden gems that I’m all too happy to reveal. You see, I’m kind of an open book. Filled with open roads. Are you ready to go? Let’s find your M-O and plan a vacation for how you like to operate.

video source: VisitMO / youtube.com /

Useful websites.

Links to additional resources with useful information for planning your trip.

VISAS & IMMIGRATION.

Entering the USA can be an easy and seamless process when you are prepared. + U.S. visa & entry requirements (visittheusa.com)

USA Trip planner.

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Visit St. Louis.

St. Louis: A historic city along the Mississippi River, renowned for its iconic Gateway Arch, vibrant music scene, and love for baseball.

Yelp: Yelp is a crowd-sourced review platform that provides information on local businesses, including restaurants, bars, and shops.

AAA (aaa.com): The American Automobile Association provides a range of services for travelers, including travel planning, trip insurance, and roadside assistance, for those traveling by car in the United States.

U.S. Department of State – Travel (state.gov): This website provides information on travel visas, travel warnings, and travel alerts for international travelers to the United States. It also provides resources for U.S. citizens traveling abroad.

Customs and Border Protection (cbp.gov): This website provides information on customs regulations and procedures for international travelers entering and exiting the United States. It also provides resources for travelers bringing goods into the country.

Transportation Security Administration (tsa.gov): This website provides information on airport security procedures, including what items are allowed in carry-on and checked baggage.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (cdc.gov): This website provides information on health and vaccination requirements for travelers to the United States, as well as health and safety tips for traveling in the country.

National Park Service (nps.gov): This website provides information on national parks and monuments in the United States, including park activities and events, camping and lodging information, and park regulations.

National Weather Service (weather.gov)