The “Show Me” State has so many famous landmarks and tourist destinations that it’s impossible to talk about it all in one single episode. But hey! We give it a good shot. On my many travels to Missouri, I thought I would share some with you.
Missouri is most known for being the “Gateway to the West” and that is symbolized by The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, a beautiful spectacle of architecture and ingenuity. Lewis & Clark travelled through Missouri on their famous expedition and have several notable landmarks along the way. Some amazing tourists spots such as Lake of the Ozarks & Branson will fill your time with upbeat entertainment, waterfront views, and relaxing dining. The Budweiser Brewing Company is a staple in the state and it adds its own cultural flavor to Missouri. Join us as we flash past to Famous Missouri Landmarks.
List of Historic Landmarks in MO
- Lewis & Clark Trail
- The Gateway Arch
- Lake of the Ozarks
- Budweiser Brewing Co
- Grants’ Farm
Last week’s question:
Q: Where was the first FM radio station?
A: In 1937: W1XOJ in Paxton, Mass was the first FM radio station, granted a construction permit by the FCC. W1XOJ went on the air May 27, 1939.
This week’s question:
Q: What is the name of the restaurant in Branson, MO that throws biscuits at you?