National Blues Museum, St. Louis
The National Blues Museum has high impact technology-driven blues experiences, a theater, artifact driven exhibits, and public programming. It studies the history of the blues and praises its significance as the root of other American modern music types.
Mark Twain Cave and Cameron Cave, Hannibal
The Mark Twain Cave Complex has both the Cameron Cave and Mark Twain Cave. Mark Twain Cave is the one the author depicted in his books. It is a registered National Natural Landmark and was 1st shown to the public in 1886. The one-hour tour is 60 minutes and takes you through the labyrinth style passages.
Cameron Cave delivers a different sort of underground experience. A guided, 90-minute tour takes you through the cave with lantern light, letting you see the cave as it looked when it was found in 1925. No changes have been made to the cave other than those needed to fulfill the basic comfort and safety regulations for show caves.
Adrenaline Zone, St. Charles
Adrenaline Zone in St. Charles has three awesome game options. Demolition Ball is a fun game that unites polo, hockey, football, and basketball. And it’s played in bumper cars. You have to be at least 12 years old to play. Adrenaline Zone’s laser tag arena is one of the biggest multi-level arenas in Missouri.
The third choice at Adrenaline Zone is Heist, a hi-tech, timed laser maze. Besides all of this, the facility has pool tables, video games, and foosball tables, not to mention catering and a full bar.
Hallmark Visitors Center, Kansas City
Hallmark was established in 1910 by Mr. J.C. Hall and its headquarters have been in Kansas City for over 100 years. Stop by and find out all about its history and inception. They have the original artwork, several interactive displays, Keepsake Ornament collections, Hallmark television commercials, and special exhibits. Also, they offer group activities.