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Vivez une formidable aventure dans le Missouri
Vivez une formidable aventure dans le Missouri
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Des icônes de l'architecture moderne aux paysages à couper le souffle, en passant par la mythique Route 66 et les attractions de Silver Dollar City, le Missouri possède une grande variété de destinations de vacances aussi étonnantes que palpitantes. Beaucoup de choses à voir et à faire vous attendent dans cet État. Et c’est avec le chaleureux sens de hospitalité typique du Midwest que nous vous souhaitons la bienvenue. Bon spectacle !

Vivez une formidable aventure dans le Missouri
Vivez une formidable aventure dans le Missouri
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Aerial view over Lake of the Ozarks
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The Lake of the Ozarks has more shoreline than the coast of California.

Chaumette Vineyard and Winery in Ste. Genevieve
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Before prohibition in 1920, Missouri was the USA’s second-largest wine producer, a reputation its 110 modern-day wineries are striving to earn back.

Incredible detail at Meramec Caverns
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It’s no surprise that Missouri is also known as the “cave state” given its 6,100 discovered caves (23 of which you can tour).

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Kiener Plaza Park, the Old Courthouse and the Gateway Arch in downtown St. Louis

Gateway Arch

A tram takes visitors to the top of this 192-meter-high monument to Westward expansion. Look out over the Mississippi River, then take a riverboat tour at sunset, when the light reflects beautifully off the arch.

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Sculpture of a giant badminton shuttlecock at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Located in Kansas City, the museum’s standout is its Asian Art collection. Another marvel is the museum’s new Bloch Building, whose modern exterior offers a contrast to the main building’s neoclassical design.

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Couple enjoying a pier at sunset on the Lake of the Ozarks

Lake of the Ozarks State Park

Missouri’s largest state park offers fishing, swimming, hiking, biking and much more. Walk the trail at Coakley Hollow Fen Nature Area to see springs and glades or ride horseback through the woods.

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Display inside the Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum

Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum

Perhaps the USA’s most famous humorist, Twain’s life and work are showcased here, in his childhood home. Tour this National Historic Landmark, which includes several historic homes and a museum that features photographs, writings and other artifacts, as well as the writer’s typewriter and desk.

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View of Table Rock Lake from Top of the Rock Golf Course

Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve

This is Missouri at its finest: the beauty of the Ozarks combined with all of the ways to experience it. You’ll find a golf course, cave, nature trail, a natural history museum, restaurants, historic buildings and a wine cellar.

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Paddleboat trip in Forest Park

Forest Park

St. Louis’ urban park is packed with art and history museums, golf courses, tennis courts, playgrounds, dining and the Jewel Box, a gorgeous Art Deco greenhouse featuring a glass roof that reaches 15 meters high.

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Castle ruins at Ha Ha Tonka State Park

Ha Ha Tonka State Park

Visit the castle ruins (what’s left of a stone mansion, that is) looking out over Lake of the Ozarks, then hike 24 kilometers of trails to find sinkholes, caves, prairies and valleys.

Chuck Berry memorabilia at the National Blues Museum

National Blues Museum

Trace the story of this musical genre in an environment that showcases every aspect of it. Enjoy live music, interactive exhibits and one-of-a-kind blues artifacts as well as films, lectures and other programs.

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Interior of the Anheuser-Busch Brewery in St. Louis

Anheuser-Busch Brewery

This is the U.S. beer company’s oldest and largest brewery. Much of the campus is a piece of 19th-century history: Take a beermaster tour, go to beer school and visit the famous Clydesdale horses.

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Family cycling trip at Katy Trail State Park

Katy Trail State Park

The nation’s longest rails-to-trails project lets you bike across the state or just wander through the fields, bluffs and small towns within its environs. Go birding or horseback riding along this extensive trail, which will take you through some of the most scenic parts of the state.

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