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Springfield, Missouri


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815 East Saint Louis Street
Springfield, MO 65806
United States

(??.? miles from you)


Springfield, Missouri


(??.? miles from you)

815 East Saint Louis Street
Springfield, MO 65806
United States


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Savor the moments that make life special in Springfield, Missouri. Whether it's genuinely satisfying local fare, classic Americana heritage, world-class attractions, or the natural beauty of the Ozarks, Springfiel

Explore Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium, voted the nation's best new attraction and best aquarium in 2018. Go to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, the most visited attraction in Missouri. Indulge your taste buds at nearly 1,000 eateries. Shop 'til you drop at Battlefield Mall and dozens of unique boutiques and vintage shops found throughout the city. Catch a Springfield Cardinals AA baseball game and journey through Fantastic Caverns, America's ride-through cave.

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Why You Should Go...

Savor the moments that make life special in Springfield, Missouri. Whether it's genuinely satisfying local fare, classic Americana heritage, world-class attractions, or the natural beauty of the Ozarks, Springfield offers all of this with the vibrancy of a metropolitan city and comfortable familiarity of home.

Explore Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium, voted the nation's best new attraction and best aquarium in 2018. Go to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, the most visited attraction in Missouri. Indulge your taste buds at nearly 1,000 eateries. Shop 'til you drop at Battlefield Mall and dozens of unique boutiques and vintage shops found throughout the city. Catch a Springfield Cardinals AA baseball game and journey through Fantastic Caverns, America's ride-through cave.

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Springfield is the third-largest city in Missouri. The population is approaching 170,000 inside city limits and the metropolitan area is about 420,000.

Actor Brad Pitt grew up in Springfield. John Goodman, Kathleen Turner, Tess Harper and Bob Barker attended college in the city, too.

Springfield is easily accessible via major highways, including Interstate 44, US 60, US 65 and Missouri 13. Springfield-Branson National Airport offers nonstop flights to more than a dozen major airline hubs.

Shows, a theme park, a water park and more are only 35 miles to the south of Springfield in Branson.

The average time it takes to tour Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium is three hours. Plan on plenty of time when you visit.

Fun Facts

Springfield’s signature dish is Springfield-Style Cashew Chicken. Invented in 1963, it’s still served by the Leong family at Leong’s Asian Diner and at restaurants throughout the nation.

A huge festival every August celebrates the city’s status as the Birthplace of Route 66. Vintage cars, motorcycles, music and more entertain the crowds at this downtown event.

The Discovery Center, a hands-on science center for kids, was the first building in southwest Missouri to earn Gold LEED Certification. It is one of the most environmentally responsible buildings in state.

Patrons can get face-to-face with giraffes and feed them snacks at Dickerson Park Zoo.

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Why You Should Go...

Savor the moments that make life special in Springfield, Missouri. Whether it's genuinely satisfying local fare, classic Americana heritage, world-class attractions, or the natural beauty of the Ozarks, Springfield offers all of this with the vibrancy of a metropolitan city and comfortable familiarity of home.

Explore Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium, voted the nation's best new attraction and best aquarium in 2018. Go to Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, the most visited attraction in Missouri. Indulge your taste buds at nearly 1,000 eateries. Shop 'til you drop at Battlefield Mall and dozens of unique boutiques and vintage shops found throughout the city. Catch a Springfield Cardinals AA baseball game and journey through Fantastic Caverns, America's ride-through cave.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

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Insider Info

Springfield is the third-largest city in Missouri. The population is approaching 170,000 inside city limits and the metropolitan area is about 420,000.

Actor Brad Pitt grew up in Springfield. John Goodman, Kathleen Turner, Tess Harper and Bob Barker attended college in the city, too.

Springfield is easily accessible via major highways, including Interstate 44, US 60, US 65 and Missouri 13. Springfield-Branson National Airport offers nonstop flights to more than a dozen major airline hubs.

Shows, a theme park, a water park and more are only 35 miles to the south of Springfield in Branson.

The average time it takes to tour Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium is three hours. Plan on plenty of time when you visit.

Fun Facts

Springfield’s signature dish is Springfield-Style Cashew Chicken. Invented in 1963, it’s still served by the Leong family at Leong’s Asian Diner and at restaurants throughout the nation.

A huge festival every August celebrates the city’s status as the Birthplace of Route 66. Vintage cars, motorcycles, music and more entertain the crowds at this downtown event.

The Discovery Center, a hands-on science center for kids, was the first building in southwest Missouri to earn Gold LEED Certification. It is one of the most environmentally responsible buildings in state.

Patrons can get face-to-face with giraffes and feed them snacks at Dickerson Park Zoo.

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