Missouri Day Trips by Theme Book Review

Late Spring through early fall is the perfect time to explore more of Missouri. Author Brian Blair has the ideal road trip guide to the best Missouri Day Trips. The book is organized by themes and focuses on outdoor adventure, Missouri caves, family fun, history & culture, the Ozarks, Civil War sites, the best wineries, orchards and so much more!

If you are ready to experience the majestic natural beauty and natural wonders in Missouri, as well as the charm of it’s historic towns, this is the book for you!

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Missouri Day Trips by Theme by Brian Blair book review. Discover Missouri's most unique attractions.

Missouri Day Trips by Theme by Brian Blair

Missouri Day Trips by Theme is a great way to explore the state’s romantic past and vibrant present. The book includes more than 150 of the most interesting things to visit and explore in Missouri.

The number one tourist attraction in Missouri is the Gateway Arch, but there is so much more to see beyond this iconic American landmark.

Blair shares museums, Civil War sites, Lewis & Clark Expedition locations, and historic Landmarks. He also shares his favorite caves and haunted locations. For those searching for getaways to quaint towns or the best antique shops, there are plenty to choose from.

He also shares the best way to tour Mark Twain’s Missouri, how to navigate Missouri Amish country and Ozark adventures.

If you are looking for fun family day trips Blair shares tips for visiting Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home, the Wonders of Wildlife Nationa Museum, Where Pigs Fly Farm and so much more!

The book is organized by themed day trips and each featured location includes a great description, address, phone number and website URL. Each category also includes a Missouri map that shows where each is located in the state.

This book is the perfect grab and go book when you are itching to discover something new and fun in the Show-Me State.

Plan a Missouri Day trip to see Missouri like you have never seen it before. With so many things to do in Missouri, it can be hard to decide what to do for the day. This book helps you find your perfect day trip.

About the Author, Brian Blair

Brian Blair grew up on a small family farm in the Missouri Ozarks. While he calls Missouri home, he has also had some amazing adventures exploring the United States including working in the Ohio Appalachian’s, with rhino’s and giraffes in the Louisiana bayou, and bear dogs in Montana. Most recently he completed his MFA in fiction at the University of Missouri and is traveling through Missouri with his wife, daughter, and dogs.


You can find Brian’s book on Amazon or where (sensational) books are sold.

You’ll also want to be on the lookout for fun festivals and events around Missouri. You can find them listed here: travelinmissouri.com/things+to+do+in+missouri

Missouri Day Trips Giveaway

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Other Missouri Books You’ll Enjoy

100 Things to Do in Missouri Before You Die by John W. Brown

From cosmopolitan rooftop bars to breathtaking mountain views, there are so many amazing things to do here that you could spend a lifetime exploring and still not cover it all. Make your goal easier with 100 Things to Do in Missouri Before You Die, a curated collection of the best from every corner of the state.

Backroads & Byways of Missouri: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions by Archie Satterfield

This book is for those who didn’t know that grapevines in Missouri changed the wine industry in France, or that the worst earthquake in American history also occurred in the state of Missouri, or that more Civil War battles were fought on Missouri soil than any other border state. If you prefer two-lane blacktop and gravel roads over interstates, this is the book for you.

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