Experience Missouri in One of Our Rental Cars.
Welcome to the Show-Me-State, where you can discover this history-rich area in a Missouri rental car. With plenty to do for all age groups, Missouri is a premier destination in the Midwest. Take the family to explore indoor and outdoor adventures, whether it be in Central Missouri in the Lake of the Ozarks or at the historic Missouri Capitol building. Everything you could ever want in a vacation is here, so hop in the car and start making memories.
There's lots to see and do in St. Louis, so make sure to pick up a St. Louis rental car and explore the city and all it has to offer. Your first stop should be at the Gateway Arch, one of St. Louis' main attractions. The Gateway Arch is a 630-foot tall monument to President Thomas Jefferson and his vision of a continental United States.
Take a tram ride to the top for a bird's-eye view of the Mississippi River or watch "Monument to the Dream," a documentary that tells the story of the Arch from concept through construction. The family will also love the Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House and Education Center, where 2,000 butterflies live in free flight. If you have time to sneak away from the kids, head to the Anheuser-Busch Brewery for a fun tour.
Kansas City is very dynamic and backed by a vibrant arts scene, world-class attractions and an eclectic mix of shops. Whether this is your first visit or Kansas City is like your second home, take time to discover a blend of new and traditional favorites during your visit.
For some classic Missouri fun, take the family to Planet Snoopy where the kids can go on rides and interact with the Peanuts gang. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art is another fun place to stop - it has one of the most photographed pieces of art on its lawn! If you're in Kansas City in the fall, don't miss the American Royal Livestock Rodeo.
Final stop: Springfield
Get the best of both worlds and head to this city. From the Ozarks to a great downtown area, you'll have a laid back end to a fun stay in Missouri. Check out the Railroad Historical Museum dedicated to the preservation of the history of railroading. Finish the trip at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, where you can see more than 4,000 pieces of sports memorabilia, hands-on exhibits and interesting displays.