Most Historic Destinations in Springfield to include in your 2021 Bucket Listby Angel Carry Allegiant Airlines Reservations
Springfield is the capital city of Illinois and the largest in Sangamon County. Springfield was firstly invaded by European Americans in the 18th century. The most notable resident of Springfield is Abraham Lincoln who lived here until 1861. Today Springfield is a major tourist attraction as it houses endless historic sites from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, Lincoln Home National Historic Site to Natural attractions like Fantastic Caverns, Wilsons Creek National Battlefield, etc.
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Here are some of the most historic destinations in Springfield:
- Fantastic Caverns is a show cave and the only cavern system in North America that offers a 55-minute drive. It is located in Springfield, Missouri, it is an ancient underground river first covered by John Knox in 1862. The cave was renamed as Fantastic Caverns in the 1950s and is one of the most visited sites with annual visitors of more than 1 million every year.
- The Johnny Morris Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium The Johnny Morris Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium is an educational conservation-themed attraction. It has been named after Johnny Morris who was the founder of Bass Pro Shop. It exhibits immersive wildlife galleries, natural habitats, historic artifacts, a film including Boone& Crockett Clubs North American Head. It also showcases about 35,000 individual fish species, reptiles, birds, mammals, and many more.
- Wilsons Creek National Battlefield Wilsons Creek National Battlefield is located in Republic, Missouri, and is the original site of Battle of Wilsons Creek. It holds a very important history and is noted for shaping the country’s history. A major feature of this battlefield includes a 5-mile automobile loop, the Ray House, etc.
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