4872 North Farm Road 125, Springfield, MO 65803 Directions
'Fantastic Caverns' is America's Ride-Thru Cave, built by an Ozarks farmer or, specifically by his dog, who crawled in a little entrance in a hillside. It is one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders, giant columns extending from small cave pearls coated in crystal clear glass, delicate soda straws glistening with minerals from floor to ceiling, small cave pearls coated in crystal clear glass. The place offers a perfectly ride-through cave experience. 'Fantastic Caverns' free parking, guides, tours, and pet-friendly.
Students, Educational, Caves, Youth, Historical Buildings, Season Passes and Gift Certificates, Science and Family Programs, Special Events, Cave Tours at Special Rates, Teachers, Field Trip, Caverns, Workshops, Adult & Nature Park
Price: From 2019:
General Admission Adult (Age 13 & up) - $26
General Admission Child (Age 6-12) - $17
Adult Group Rate (Age 13 & up) - $18.50
Child Group Rate (Age 12 & under) - $7
Adult Season Pass - $31
Child Season Pass - $22
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1451 East Pythian Street, Springfield, MO 65802 Directions
Pythian Castle was created in 1913 by the Knights of Pythias and later granted by the U.S. military. It has history tours (daytime), murder mystery dinners, ghost tours (nighttime), and other holiday events that occur regularly. The first flat of the Pythian Home of Missouri was constructed to include a meeting room, ballroom, grand foyer, dining hall, and sitting parlors. On the other hand, the second flat was developed to house adults and kids with many dormitories, lighting rooms, a theatre, and changing rooms backstage for recreation events. Pythian Castle is used as a site for cultural arts, special events, and available upon appointment.
History and Ghost Tours, Private Rental, Princess Ball, Event Spaces, Escape Rooms, Venues, Corporate Parties, Educational Programs, Reservations, Calendar, Holiday Events, Murder Mysteries, Weddings & Events
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409 West McDaniel Street, Springfield, MO 65806 Directions
Calaboose Museum is the oldest existing building owned by the City of Springfield. It was rescued from deterioration created by weather, age, and necessity of ongoing maintenance. The program was involved during the entire project to ensure a high standard of recovery and craft quality. The information gathered from the analysis in the city archives was used to historical accuracy in the restorative design. Calaboose Museum offers free entry.
Guided Tours, Summer Camps, Exhibitions, Collections, Observation Deck, Private Occasions, Historical Places, Event Rentals, Weddings, Gift Shop, Events & Cultural Activities