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- Countryaah: Provides a calendar of all 2020, 2021, and 2022 public holidays for Missouri. On the site, you can see comprehensive list of national business holidays that are celebrated within Missouri.
Missouri, a state in tune with the times. A vacation in the “Show Me State” is not without an unforgettable trip on Route 66, which stretches from St. Louis to Joplin and leads past famous sights such as the totem pole trading post in Rolla and the Boots Court Motel in Carthage.
If you prefer multicultural entertainment, excitement and adventure, you will find it in St. Louis. This city should be a mandatory stop on your trip, because here you will find countless sights to discover and stow away, but also first-class blues music in the many music clubs. St. Louis is home to the legendary Gateway Arch National Park, from here the settlers once moved further west. You can take the tram straight to the observation deck for breathtaking views of the city and Mississippi.
Another beautiful city is Kansas City. It is famous across the state for jazz, barbecue, and fountains. Kansas City prides itself on being known as a creative community of friendly, fun-loving people. The city of fountains is a vibrant place with a long traditional history and offers numerous entertainment options for travelers: versatile cuisine, swing jazz, unique museums, a thriving art scene and fantastic shopping opportunities await you.
Those who prefer to be out in the nature should visit the region around the Ozark River in southeast Missouri. Whether climbing, hiking, canoeing or rafting – outdoor fans will get their money’s worth here.
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Highlights in Missouri
- Gateway Arch National Park
Track the history of the Native Americans, explorers and pioneers who made AmericaThe starting point for countless explorations to the west.
- Wonders of Wildlife
Immerse yourself in the depths of the oceans and seas, discover new worlds and learn about the history of the American National Parks.
- Visit Mark Twain’s Hannibal Museum
Birthplace of Markt Twain and follow in the footsteps of Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer. Hannibal is a small town full of history about 160 kilometers from Louis.
- The National WWI Museum and Memorial
Mission of the museum is dedicated to remembering, interpreting and understanding World War I and its lasting impact on the global community.
- National Blues Museum
A must for every music fan, here you can learn a lot of new things about the history of the blues. The blues has been the basis for practically all musical styles of the past hundred years.
- Missouri State Parks
A park that makes the hearts of all outdoor fans beat faster – here countless hiking trails invite you to discover and dream, a canoe tour lets you forget everyday life and the gift center tells the story of the park lovingly.
State Facts & Figures
Area: 180,533 km²
Population: approx. 5,988,927 (33 per km²)
Capital: Jefferson City (ca.43,013 EW)
Largest city: Kansas City (approx. 160,000 pe)
Highest point: 540 m (Taum Sauk Mountain)