- Our list of the best things to do in Springfield, Missouri, features the top 39 nearby activities — including 17 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Springfield, MO has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, Amusement, and Sports & Fitness.
- The results below include the top 31 things to do within the city of Springfield, MO , followed by 9 popular activities in nearby cities, including Nixa, Ozark and Republic
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4326 West Madison St., Springfield, MO 65802 MoreLess Info
Accommodating visitors of all skill levels, Branson Guided Fishing Trips specializes in spin and fly-fishing excursions. Visitors can catch bass and trout in the region's lakes and waterways, including Taneycomo Lake and Table Rock Lake.
Home of the Springfield Cardinals, the Hammons Field has a seating capacity of almost 8,000. It has practice facilities, including a small diamond for drills, a workout facility, and 28 luxury boxes, among other amenities.
Springfield, Missouri is home to a franchise of Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, one of the premier sporting goods vendors in the United States. The shop stocks a dizzying assortment of fishing gear, clothing, books and accessories.
96% 247 votes
4601 S. Nature Center Way, Springfield, MO 65804 MoreLess Info
Covering 80 acres, the Springfield Conservation Nature Center has on its site a total of 3 miles of trails, covered lunch areas and bus and RV parking spots. The building has an auditorium, classrooms and an information desk.
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438 St. Louis, Springfield, MO 65806 MoreLess Info
An interactive hands-on museum, the Discovery Center of Springfield has 4 floors of exhibits, which include a high wire bicycle and a world wise gallery, among others.
The old-fashioned 1984 Arcade in Springfield, Missouri thrills gaming fans with traditional kiosk-style machines. Its fun, friendly atmosphere is family-friendly. Customers pay a small entrance fee and enjoy free access to the games.
95% 57 votes
1702 East Seminole Street, Springfield, MO 65804 MoreLess Info
Established in 1867, the Springfield National Cemetery is the resting place for many of the men who died at the Battle of Wilson Creek. The cemetery has several monuments and memorials, including a marble pillar honoring Brig. Gen. Nathaniel Lyon.