Talk about the beauty of the Ozarks or the conventional-modern city life, Springfield is a place with all touristic attractions worth visiting.
Jul 1, 2019
Be with Mother Earth in the 79-acre natural landscape at Springfield Conservation Nature Center.
Get a hands on experience of The Battle of Springfield, the first major American Civil War fought in 1861 at the Wilson’s Creek National Battlefield.
The only cave tour in the U.S. where you don't need to walk, the Fantastic Caverns, is a tram ride through the caves formed by an ancient river.
Nicknamed as the Birthplace of Route 66, Springfield showcases a classic and vintage collection of nearly 70 cars on display at the Route 66 Car Museum.
Home to exotic species like rattlesnakes, black swans, North American black bears, and more than 500 diverse animals, the Dickerson Park Zoo is a favourite destination for the tourists.
A traditional Japanese Garden setting with serene beauty of the lake, the Mizumoto Japanese Garden is perfect for an evening stroll or meditation.
Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium is a dream place for people who have a liking for the wildlife. Detailed features of the African savanna and the Arctic tundra will leave you full blown.
Pay a tribute to the fallen heroes of the city, the war veterans of the Battle of Springfield, at the Springfield National Cemetery.
Try and catch a game of the Springfield Cardinals live in action at the Hammons Field, for an all round Springfield experience.
Wander the outdoors of Springfield, among the pristine parks, and hike on the many Ozarks Trails set in and around the city.
A visit to Springfield is incomplete until you tour the Springfield Downtown Historic District - a hub spot of trade back in the 1870's, to the center and heart of the city.
Perfect for recreational activities like fishing, boating, canoeing, or a picnic gathering, the Fellows Lake in Springfield is the best park to visit.
Fall in love with nature and all the natural beings like butterflies, insects, plants, and other natural wonders at the Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Park.