Top 10 Things to Do In Springfield

As the third largest city in Missouri, Springfield is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the United States. With attractions ranging from the Dickerson park zoo to its fantastic caverns, to the Springfield Art Museum, no wonder it’s a famous tourist attraction. If you decide to go to this magnificent city here, are ten things you must see or do there.

1. Missouri Hall of Fame

The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame pays homage to the many outstanding athletes from Missouri, while simultaneously inspiring its visitors to participate and succeed. Visitors can view the over 4,000 interactive exhibits of sports memorabilia.

2. Mother’s Brewing Company

Mother’s Brewing Company is the pride and joy of the people of Springfield. Famous for their Craft beer, the company also offers tours to visitors where they can see how beer comes to be as well as a tasting room for some beer enthusiasts.

3. Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

Although famous for its plethora of boating and fishing equipment, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World is a massive outdoor sports retailer. With up to 500,000-square feet, visitors can see the firing range, the aquariums or the Archery Hall of Fame.

4. Springfield Conservation Nature Center

Built upon 79-acres of land, The Springfield Conservation Nature Center is one of the most prominent conservatories in Missouri. The conservatory houses many exhibits throughout the lush forests and woodlands for educational purposes as well as wildlife watching.

5. Dickerson Park Zoo

The Dickerson Park Zoo is one of the few zoos in the country that focuses on conserving wildlife and protecting endangered species. You can see the 500 animals of nearly 160 different species all in their respective habitat.

6. The Air and Military Museum of the Ozarks

Dedicated to preserving the military history of the Ozarks, the museum honors all those who fell during the war to liberate America. Established in 1989, the museum is home to over 5,000 vintage military vehicles and equipment.

7. Hammons Field

The Hammons field is the go-to place for the ultimate sporting experience. While Baseball may not be of your liking, it's worth witnessing the sportsmanship spirit of the community.

8. Fantastic Caverns

Unleash your inner Indiana Jones by traveling through the depths of the intricate caverns system in Springfield. Discovered in 1862, visitors can take a 55minute tour to see the massive caverns in all their beauty.

9. Springfield Art Museum

No trip to a city is ever complete without visiting the local museum and learning about the city’s heritage and relevance towards the building of the United States. Established in 1926, the Springfield art museum holds over 10,000 works of art throughout a permanent collection that spans multiple era and cultures.

10. Discovery Center of Springfield

A museum that tends to please not only your eyes but your other senses as well, the Discovery Center of Springfield prides itself on teaching through interacting. Visitors can indulge in the many exhibits such as dinosaur bones and many outreach programs.

In conclusion, Springfield is a city of discovery and wonder, making it an excellent destination for adventure seekers.