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St Thomas Catamaran Sail: Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge
"Board 'The Cat' a spacious 54-foot catamaran for an exhilarating sail to the uninhabited Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge's Turtle Cove where you'll experience an unforgettable fun-filled marine life adventure. And free pirate tattoos to show off your experience!Your friendly crew will provide snorkeling equipment (mask snorkel fins snorkel vest)
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Jesse James Outlaw Excursion
"Jesse James Farm Home site is open from 9:00am to 4:00pm Monday-Saturday and noon to 4:00pm on Sunday. Excursion includes film about the James Family self-guided museum tour on site and docent guided tour of the James home. The majority of furniture and pictures are family heirlooms. There is an excellent gift shop on site with books and Jesse James related toys games collectibles and jewelry. Tour fee and lunch included. The family is buried in nearby Mt. Olivet Cemetery accessible by car. Jesse James farm is 35 minutes by car from downtown Kansas City Missouri and 45 minutes by car from Kansas City International Airport (MCI)."""
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15 Minute Ride on Segway Track
"Feel the excitement of riding a segway in Branson. This is a safe and easy activity for family and friends to come and play on a free-roaming track. Everyone loves the sensation and freedom that a segway offers so come see for yourself today! Riders must be at least nine years old and weigh at least 85 pounds. Riders must be able to stand and step up onto the machine. While training usually takes only minutes the knowledgeable staff spends as much time as necessary to ensure that riders are comfortable and competent. Come join the fun and spend a few minutes of your Branson getaway on this exciting segway adventure.""""Experience the world's first outdoor track built and used exclusively for segways. This free-roaming track is full of challenges curves
From $23.00

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Illustrations In Mark Twain Museum

There are a number of very interesting illustrations in the Mark Twain Museum dealing with the works of Mark Twain. These include movie posters, Norman Rockwell paintings and other illustrations. Also...
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Mark Twain Museum

The Mark Twain Museum houses a very nice collection of artifacts, memorabilia and illustrations dealing with the life, philosophy, and works of Mark Twain. They are well-presented and educational. A...
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Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum

Samuel Langhorne Clemens was born on 30 November 1835 in a small cabin in the tiny town of Florida, Missouri. The family moved to Hannibal when young Sam was 4, into a house where the boy who would...
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Cruise the Mississippi

There are a few different options if you want to take a cruise on an old-fashioned riverboat while in Hannibal. There are cruises that go along the Mississippi to other towns like from Hannibal to St...
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Huckleberry Finn's House

The character of Huckleberry Finn is based on one Tom Blankenship who was a frequent visitor to the Marion County Courthouse and a frequent guest of the Marion County Jail. This is a recreation of the...
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Tom Sawyer's Fence

Here is the famous fence where Tom Sawyer conned some of his friends into paying him for the "privilege" of whitewashing the fence, while he supervised. Kids can whitewash the fence today, too, and I...
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Becky Thatcher's House

Another place to visit while touring sites related to Twain and his stories is Becky Thatcher's House. Becky Thatcher was Tom Sawyer's first love and a big part of his story. Inside there are some...
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J. M. Clemens Law Office

J. M. Clemens, Samuel's father, practiced law in Hannibal from 1839 until his death in 1847 and served as the Justice of the Peace for the town. This served as a big influence on the character of the...
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Mark Twain Sites Visitors Center

There are several sites relating to Mark Twain in Hannibal. To tour sites like his boyhood home, Becky Thatcher's House, his dad's law office and the Mark Twain Museum, you must start at the visitors...
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Glascock's Landing

Moses Bates was part of the survey crew that served this area in 1818 and in 1819 he laid out the town of Hannibal. By 1836 much of the land was owned by Stephen Glascock. Glascock set aside a part of...
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Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse

If you have the energy and the ability, climb the 244 steps up to the 10 acre park at the top of Cardiff Hill. In addition to the great view you will find the Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse. The...
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See Rockcliffe Mansion

Rockcliffe Mansion is a beautiful, impressive 30 room Georgian Revival style mansion that is probably the best example of "gilded age" mansions in Hannibal and possibly in the state. It was built from...
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Tom and Huck Statue

Frederick C. Hibbard completed this statue of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn in 1926. It was commissioned by a long time promoter of Hannibal as a tourist destination, George Mahan. The statue is...
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The Hatten House

This souvenir shop is most interesting because of its location. It is in the old Hatten House which was built in 1839 and was around when a young Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) used to play nearby. There...
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"Hometown of Homespun Mark Twain"
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"July 4th in Mark Twain's Childhood Town"
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