Group Tours
Missouri Division of Tourism

SAMPLE ITINERARIES

There are a variety of ways for groups to explore and discover Missouri. These sample tours give you starting points. Our itineraries allow groups to concentrate on one area of the state, but they can also be easily arranged to create a circle tour of Missouri.

Click on any of the trip categories below, and then you can search by region or keyword to begin planning a Missouri adventure for your group. For additional tour ideas email Ashley Sneed.

The Way of American Genius: Innovations

Cities: St. Joseph, Hamilton, Osborn, Cameron, Jamesport, Chillicothe, Marceline, Kirksville, La Plata, Hannibal
Description: Discover some of America's great ideas, inventions and innovators along Missouri Highway 36 - The Way of American Genius, featuring the Pony Express, JC Penney, General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, Walt Disney and Mark Twain
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Generations

Cities: Independence
Description: This is a full-day multi-generational tour that can be executed at a slower pace by spending a night in Independence.
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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Cities: Independence
Description: This girlfriends itinerary blends history, unique shopping, antiquing and an optional tea party.
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Historical Itinerary

Cities: Independence
Description: This full-day itinerary showcases some of Independence's best and most historic attractions.
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Truman Itinerary

Cities: Independence
Description: During this day trip you'll learn more about the life of Missouri's favorite son and this important world leader.
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Show Me the Money

Cities: Kansas City
Description: Discover multi-million dollar industries, up-and-coming factories, world-class museums and shopping districts.
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Gentlemen of Genius

Cities: Hannibal, Marceline, St. Joseph
Description: An adventure following Highway 36 and highlighting American favorites such as Mark Twain, the Pony Express, Walt Disney and Jesse James.
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Missouri East to West

Cities: St. Louis, St. Charles, Kansas City
Description: This tour follows I-70 and includes some of Missouri's top attractions.
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Faith of Our Fathers

Cities: Independence
Description: This faith-based tour is a perfect day trip or addition to a multi-day itinerary.
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Legends & Legacies

Cities: St. Louis, St. Charles, Hermann, Sibley, Independence, Kansas City, Weston, Liberty, Kearney, St. Joseph
Description: A tour highlighting some of Missouri's most famous legends and history.
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Missouri Home for the Holidays

Cities: Branson, Carthage, Joplin, Kansas City, Independence
Description: Warm up the holiday season with this tour of Southern and Western Missouri.
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Rivers, the Arch & the History Between

Cities: St. Louis, St. Charles, Hannibal, Marceline, St. Joseph, Kansas City
Description: Missouri's rich history is highlighted in this cross-state tour.
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Get Your Kicks in Pulaski County: Route 66

Cities: Pulaski County
Description: Learn about the history still alive along this famous route.
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Drop and Give Us Twenty: Fort Leonard Wood

Cities: Pulaski County
Description: Spend the day touring sites and museums which honor our military forces.
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Central Missouri Sampler

Cities: Boonville, Columbia, Jefferson City, Fulton, Hermann
Description: Experience some of Missouri's best gems in Central Missouri. This tour combines history and local favorites for three unforgettable days.
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Route 66

Cities: Joplin, Springfield, Lebanon, Rolla, St. James, Cuba, Stanton, Eureka, St. Louis (option to include Branson)
Description: Explore Missouri's portion of this iconic American road.
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Civil War History in St. Louis

Cities: St. Louis
Description: Missouri encapsulates the American Civil Wars rending of a nation. Prior to the war, the state reflected the nations ideological, political and racial divisions. Today, Missouri and its role in the Civil War continue to generate debate among historians, academics, Civil War enthusiasts, and descendants of both soldiers and slaves.
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Missouri Life on the Mississippi

Cities: Hannibal, St. Charles, St. Louis, Ste. Genevieve, Cape Girardeau
Description: Follow the Great River Road and experience life on one of America's greatest rivers.
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Rivers, Icons & Wine: St. Louis Hub & Spoke

Cities: St. Louis, Hannibal, Fulton, Jefferson City, Hermann, St. Charles
Description: Enjoy learning about Missouri's famous icons on this historic and scenic journey.
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