The smoldering heat of summer is coming to an end, but before you send the kiddos back to school here are some last-minute activites to do in southwest Missouri.
Aug 08 2018 at 12:35 p.m.
Wonders of Wildlife in Springfield is the largest, most immersive fish and wildlife attraction in the world with exhibits that include penguins, jellyfish, snakes, chinchillas and more.
Indulge in one last sweaty hurrah before it’s back-to-school time. The area’s splash fountains and water slides will do the trick.
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Head over to the Farmer's Market for their Back to School Bash. You can get your groceries, listen to local music and buy unique gifts made by local artisans.
Head to Meramec Caverns for an adventurous escape to an underground cave, a relaxing float down the river and more.
Whether you’re sad or celebrating the first day of school, Cellar + Plate wants to help. Mimosas are only $5 and it’s just $12 to keep them flowing. They’ll have calorie-free pastries, too!
Now in its eighth year, the Birthplace of Route 66 Festival returns to celebrate Springfield as the city where the nation’s first cross-country highway originated.
Pick up your FREE ticket from the Gillioz Theatre box office on Friday, and enjoy Disney's Cars at the historic Theatre!
Ozarks AAZK is hosting an after hours event at Dickerson Park Zoo that will be fun for the whole family. Events include keeper chats, special animal interactions, live paintings and a silent auction all for just $5 per person. Plus two food trucks.
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