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Flights to Springfield, Missouri

Springfield, MO, is rich in Civil War history with the end of the Battle of Carthage and the Battle of Springfield occurring here. However, the Civil War isn't this town's only historical significance. Springfield is also the birthplace of the famous Route 66. If you're ready to get your kicks, Travelocity can help you find cheap flights to Missouri.

For the Active Vacationer

Springfield launched a "Hearts 'n Parks" initiative to encourage residents to make healthier choices and adopt more active lifestyles. This has resulted in some great improvements in the local park system. Visitors will enjoy the parks and paths that run near areas unique to the Ozarks. The Frisco Highline Trail, a 35-mile crushed gravel trail, is popular with mountain bikers.

The Springfield Conservation Nature Center and Wilson's Creek National Battlefield are excellent places for a hike. There are also six recreational lakes in Springfield and three golf courses. In addition to hiking trails, the Conservation Center offers some amazing birding.

For Visitors Who Prefer Relaxation

For those who like adventure from the safety of a tram, visit the Fantastic Caverns. Stalactites, stalagmites and beautiful natural arches frame you in every direction. Fantastic Caverns is America's only ride-through cave.

History plays a big role in Springfield. 1984 Arcade transports gamers to the mid-80s with vintage video game play and pinball. If you remember playing these games, you'll love the nostalgia and carefree memories you'll experience here. If you never played them, it's worth checking out. Think of it as a video game museum with interactive exhibits.

If you thought 1984 Arcade was fun, try the ultra-modern Discovery Center of Springfield. It's an interactive museum that uses hands-on learning to cultivate an understanding and appreciation for science. This is one museum where you won't find yourself telling the kids not to touch.

The Dickerson Park Zoo has become involved in species survival plans, most notably for Asian elephants, mane wolves, and cheetahs. It also rededicated its bear exhibit as "Bear Country." Bear Country is the gateway for the Missouri habitats section and is home to "Gus" who was found orphaned on a farm in Howell County.

Best Time to Visit

Summers are steamy but it's still the most popular time to visit. While you can find deals at this time, if you're looking for cheap flights to Springfield, MO, the fall is the best time to travel. Not only does the cost of plane tickets to Missouri decrease, but hotels offer deals as well once school is back in session. Fall is a beautiful time in the Ozarks. Travelocity can help you find cheap airline tickets. Springfield, MO, is also close to Branson, which is a popular family-friendly destination.

Getting There

Cheap flights to Springfield, MO, are easy to find. Nearby Branson shares the local airport and there are often deals available. Travelocity can help you find the best prices on cheap flights. Springfield, MO, offers direct flights to and from various cities, including Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, and Las Vegas, and others.

The Springfield-Branson National Airport is serviced by most major airlines and several smaller discount ones, so finding cheap flights to Missouri isn't hard. Travelocity can help you find package deals so that no matter when you decide to travel, Travelocity will get you there for less.

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Springfield Airports

  • Springfield-Branson National (SGF)