The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures

The National Museum of Toys and Miniatures

Whether you’re a fan of miniatures, toys, history, or just incredible craftsmanship and attention to detail, you’ll love National Museum of Toys and Miniatures, home to one of the largest collections of toys and miniatures on the planet! The National Museum of Toys...
Explore Laumeier Sculpture Park

Explore Laumeier Sculpture Park

Art and nature come face-to-face at Laumeier Sculpture Park in Sunset Hills, Missouri. The free, 105-acre park includes nature trails and greens interspersed with over 60 large-scale, outdoor sculptures. If you have the feeling that someone – or something...
Meramec Caverns – Missouri’s Largest Show Cave!

Meramec Caverns – Missouri’s Largest Show Cave!

Discover a subterranean world of wonder along Route 66 at Missouri’s famous, seven-level Meramec Caverns. Enjoy guided cave tours, riverboat rides, gold panning, seasonal zip lines, and more! Meramec Caverns is Missouri’s largest show cave – and...
Glore Psychiatric Museum at Saint Joseph Museums

Glore Psychiatric Museum at Saint Joseph Museums

There’s nothing quite like the award-winning, Glore Psychiatric Museum in Saint Joseph, MO. The facility houses the largest collection of psychiatric treatment history in the country. Four full floors of it, in fact! Glore Psychiatric Museum began in 1967 as a...
Go Back in Time at Fort Osage National Historic Landmark

Go Back in Time at Fort Osage National Historic Landmark

Historic Fort Osage was built when Missouri was still considered the far west. Now you can visit the reconstructed site, designed to appear as it did in 1812, with authentically attired living-history interpreters. Step back in time and walk on ground once trod by...
St. Louis National Blues Museum – History, Live Music, & More

St. Louis National Blues Museum – History, Live Music, & More

You don’t have to be a blues fan to appreciate the National Blues Museum. This “don’t miss” attraction in downtown St. Louis MO shows how the uniquely American art form remains an important part of our lives, our nation’s history, and continues to influence musicians...