Travel Resources

Covid-19 Travel Information

The health and safety of residents and visitors is our top priority. Communities and businesses across Missouri have varying safety measures in place. We suggest that you independently check the destinations you plan to visit to verify their hours of operation and learn about their safety requirements and recommendations.

Please check reliable and factual resources such as Local Public Health Agency Orders and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention before traveling and make decisions based on your individual circumstances.

To get up-to-date information on the status and safety requirements and recommendations at Missouri State Parks and Historic Sites, please consult the Park and Site Status Viewer.

Getting Around

You’ll find a variety of transportation modes in Missouri.

By Car

Check out the Missouri Department of Transportation’s App and Traveler Information Map for the latest information about road construction, work zones and weather-related road conditions.

View Map

By Plane

Missouri is home to two international airports (Kansas CitySt. Louis), a national airport (Springfield) and dozens of regional and municipal airports.

View Airport Directory

By Train

Trains run daily to Missouri and across the state, including the Missouri River Runner, which travels from St. Louis to Kansas City stopping in small towns along the way.

View Routes

Welcome Centers

Stop by to pick up an Official Missouri Travel Guide, a Missouri map and information about area attractions. Staff members can answer your travel questions.

Local Travel Information

Tourism agencies across the state can provide additional information about their destination. They’re happy to share travel tips and recommendations to help you make the most of your visit. Select a region to view local tourism agencies in each part of the state.