Springfield Holiday Travel Information

United States
Springfield is the third largest city in the state of Missouri , with a population of more than 150,000 and metro area of more than 400,000. It is known as the Queen City of the Ozarks, is home to several universities, and is the birthplace of Route 66. The Ozark …

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Things to see and do in Springfield

Michelle MiMi Joyce | Trip by SkyscannerJapanese Stroll Garden
Japanese Stroll Garden
Debra B | Trip by SkyscannerDickerson Park Zoo
Dickerson Park Zoo
Yolanda Hernandez | Trip by SkyscannerSequiota Park
Sequiota Park
Steve DeAngelo | Trip by SkyscannerFantastic Caverns
Fantastic Caverns
Steve DeAngelo | Trip by SkyscannerGillioz Theatre
Gillioz Theatre
Steve DeAngelo | Trip by SkyscannerHistoric Landers Theatre
Historic Landers Theatre
Michelle MiMi Joyce | Trip by SkyscannerSpringfield Conservation Nature Center
Springfield Conservation Nature Center
Michelle MiMi Joyce | Trip by SkyscannerPark Central Square
Park Central Square
Michelle MiMi Joyce | Trip by SkyscannerBattlefield Mall
Battlefield Mall

Reviews of Springfield

7 of 9
7 of 9Atlanta
14/01/2016

This is a small town that covers a lot of area, mainly due to the nearby State of Missouri University. People here are simple and kind which makes it very relaxing. I took long walks everywhere and it was very enjoyable. The campus is very nice.

Jessica Hamer
Jessica HamerSpringfield
22/09/2015

I moved here three years ago and couldn't ask for a better community to be a part of

Jason Planck
Jason PlanckSchenectady
10/09/2014

Springfield Missouri is home to several historical site and corporate headquarters of Bass Pro Shops. Wilson Creek Battlefield is just located southwest of Springfield. The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame is located southeast of Springfield. Disability access is depending on activities you choose. You can spend about 2 to 3 days to visit the different sites. It also the launching point to Branson and Ozarks.

Tom Chapman
Tom ChapmanKennesaw
13/01/2013

I would move here if I could! Love the lay-out of the city in grids, love the variety of the restaurants, love the old sections, love the downtown area, love the proximity to the Ozarks.

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