Sightseeing in Missouri

$27 for Five Admissions to The Magic House ($47.50 Value)

The Magic House

Saint Louis

$47.50 $27

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Interactive exhibits invite little ones to service cars, climb beanstalks, and solve detective mysteries in a 1900s-era Victorian mansion

$27 for Five Admissions to The Magic House ($47.50 Value)

The Magic House

Saint Louis

$47.50 $27

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Interactive exhibits invite little ones to service cars, climb beanstalks, and solve detective mysteries in a 1900s-era Victorian mansion

$129 for a Private Expedition Tour for Up to 12 People at Grant’s Farm ($215 Value)

Grant's Farm

Saint Louis

$215 $129

281 acres of farmland host more than 900 animals, including famous cyldesdales, zebras, and elephants

Admission for Four or Six to Lazy L Safari Park (50% Off)

Lazy L Safari Park

Cape Girardeau

$28 $14

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Feed kangaroos, camels, and parakeets and see alligators and zebras at this walk-through zoo

Admission for Four or Six to Lazy L Safari Park (50% Off)

Lazy L Safari Park

Cape Girardeau

$28 $14

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Feed kangaroos, camels, and parakeets and see alligators and zebras at this walk-through zoo

Visit to the Johnny Carson Birthplace for Two, Four, or Six (50% Off)

Johnny Carson Birthplace Society

Corning

$14 $7

Tour the recently restored childhood home of Johnny Carson, and watch video clips of his classic Tonight Show jokes

Barge Ride for Two or Four, or Private Pontoon Tour for Up to 10 from Crystal City Underground (Up to 51% Off) 

Crystal City Underground

Crystal City

$50 $25

Cruise across an underground lake inside a climate-controlled facility that boasts approximately 200 acres of subterranean space

Saturday Self-Guided Arrowhead Stadium Tour for 2, 4, or 10 from Kansas City Chiefs (Up to 51% Off)

Kansas City Chiefs

Truman Sports Complex

$40 $24

Tours explore Chiefs Hall of Honor and locker rooms of Arrowhead Stadium with a chance to throw passes on the field's sideline

Visit for Two, Four, or Six People to the Glore Psychiatric Museum (Up to 50% Off)

Glore Psychiatric Museum

St. Joseph

$12 $7

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Psychiatric museum in "1,000 Things to Do Before You Die" explores old-fashioned mental-health treatments in surgical admitting building

Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum Visit for Two or Four or a One-Year Membership (Up to 51% Off)

Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum

Hannibal

$22 $11

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Guests explore Mark Twain's childhood home and the surrounding properties that inspired his stories

12-Mile or 25-Mile Helicopter Flight for Up to 3 from KC Copters, A Johnny Rowlands Company (Up to 58% Off)

KC Copters- A Johnny Rowlands Company

Multiple Locations

$359 $149

Helicopters fly around the city to showcase sights such as the Power & Light District in daylight or at night when the skyline's lit up

60-Minute Trolley Tour for Two, Four, or Six from St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company (Up to 52% Off)

St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company

Union Station

$34 $17

Tours roll by Lafayette Square, Union Station, Peabody Opera, City Gardens, the Arch, the City Museum, and other city landmarks

Select Local Merchants

As sister bars, The Well and Lew?s Grill & Bar make a perfect pairing for parties. Throughout the year, the bars usually host event parties including St. Patrick's Day, Hop Fest Craft Beer Festival, and New Year's Eve celebrations. The Well's rooftop bar lets patrons relax under the stars as they drink from a selection of more than 30 tap beers and bottled brews. The Well's chef-prepared menu includes plates of elevated bar fare, including char-grilled KC strip steak, baja fish tacos, roasted vegetable ravioli, and black Angus burgers. Das Boot, Lew's signature drink, is an 84-ounce boot-shaped beer that comes with an optional challenge: patrons who can imbibe the full boot, plus 2.5-pounds of cheeseburger and fries, win a free T-shirt and the honor of proving they have a stomach that is bigger on the inside.

7421 Broadway St
Kansas City,
MO
US

Vintage red trolleys and horse-drawn carriages still roll through the streets of St. Louis. Though sometimes caused by a rip in the space-time vortex, more often than not they're part of the St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company's leisurely history tours. A certified guide leads these trips in trolley busses or carriages drawn by some of the company's 17 elegant horses, including Percheron draft horses, one Clydesdale, and one Belgium. The tours?which can be customized?pass sites such as Union Station, Peabody Opera House, and the picturesque Laclede's Landing.

315 Chestnut Street
St. Louis,
MO
US

Originally built as a one-room house in 1816, the Morse Mill Hotel grew to 5,300 square feet under the watchful eye of engineer John Morse, a former Confederate officer and suspected warlock. In its present state, the hotel may house ghostly figures who once took up residence in one of its 33 rooms. Jesse James and company signed their marks in the guest register, and a famous female serial killer, Bertha Gifford, was kept in the hotel's employ; a nearby gravesite marks her resting place. A burial ground for Confederate soldiers, relics of Al Capone's old brothel, and a dungeon also add to the sinister air. An expert paranormal guide leads amateur ghost gumshoes through the 33-room, four-story Morse manse, providing advice on where to find the friendliest demons. If they dare, guests are encouraged to snap photos to document their occult encounters with phantoms, specters, or eerily expensive minibars.

8850 Morse Mill Spur Rd.
Hillsboro,
MO
US

Once the pastoral farm of a young couple, the site of Mr. Bill’s Thrills is now a bloody, cobweb-covered nightmare. In life, the lovers were happy with their peaceful matrimony. But they were soon driven mad by the macabre phenomena they witnessed on their property: slaughtered livestock, rotted crops, scarecrows who vanished from their posts. The breaking point came when the husband killed his wife after mistaking her for an intruder. Tortured by grief, he now stalks the grounds, exacting revenge upon anyone who dares disturb his privacy. The trespassers’ remains, along with those of the madman’s long-lost love, are strewn throughout the Haunted Barn and the Trail of Terror, grimly portending the horrors that hide just out of sight. Like entering into a game of demonic doubles tennis, groups of four at a time are released into the darkened land, plagued by a sense of isolation and fear as they encounter the farm’s maniacal owner and other terrible denizens.

1426 W Hwy
Troy,
MO
US

From their perch on drifting kayaks, visitors explore Lake Taneycomo or Table Rock Lake, floating past geese and groundhogs who chitter on the banks of the man-made lakes. Twenty-seven miles of placid waters snake around foliage that hides hiking trails, deer, and even bald eagles, and guests can traverse the surface in 3- or 5-mile stretches as guides point out the wildlife.

490 Jasmine Drive
Branson,
MO
US

With Segway Bike & Stroll, visitors can explore Kansas City's past and present via three methods: Segway, bicycle, or their own two feet. Guides shepherd groups to various businesses and landmarks on six eclectic tours?some of which focus on history, others on KC's thriving arts and food scene. On the Museum, Parks & History tour, Segways roll through the city's cultural center, sampling the arts with visits to the Nelson Atkins Art Museum and Country Club Plaza. Likewise, the half-day BBQ, Brews & Bikes tour cycles through neighborhoods such as City Market and the Power & Light District to taste some of the area's best beer and barbecue ribs?a Kansas City tradition since Oregon Trail blazers used them to build their covered wagons.

406 West 34th Street
Kansas City,
MO
US