In addition to having possibly the most creative acronym of all time, AMMO provides an interactive history lesson for people of all ages. They’ve acquired over 5,000 pieces of military history. Their projects include attending aircraft shows, restoration of vintage military equipment and Museum School a program of true history and science for young students. Last year over 1500 students took part in this program. They invite you to experience all their Hands On museum has to offer!
Things to Do in Springfield, MO
Held on the third Saturday of October every year, this renaissance fair helps to raise funds for Infinity Academy, a school for children with learning abilities. You can have fun and help a great cause all at the same time!
Come celebrate the arrival of fall at Springfield’s Cider Days festival! Enjoy food, attractions, and live entertainment in September on Historic Walnut Street.
Free Admission. Come enjoy plants native to the Missouri region.
An elegant Victorian style bed and breakfast in Springfield. A great place for the whole family to stay on vacation, and only minutes away from fun attractions and great shopping areas!
Springfield’s Incredible Pizza Company
887-3030 – 2850 S. Campbell – Kids 3 & under eat free daily.
Springfield Family Restaurant
2222 S. Campbell Ave., Springfield, 883-0900. Get one free kids menu item with the purchase of one adult entrée valued of $7 or more after 4 p.m. Dine in only.
2043 E. Independence – 877-0606. Monday-Friday after 5 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday all day. Mention this Kids Directory listing to receive 1 Kidz Meal free with the purchase of one 8-inch sub, chips and fountain drink meal. Child must be present to receive a free kids Meal. For kids 11 years and younger
339 S. Glenstone Ave., Springfield – 831-6777 – Get one free kids meal from the children’s menu (kids 10 and under) with each adult entree purchased at $7.49 or above. Beverage not included. No substitutions allowed. Dine in only.
A purpose-built, multi-use trail system, Two Rivers Bike Park boasts 14+ miles of near-pristine Ozarks terrain for mountain bikers, runners, and hikers. The nearly 400-acre park sits just off the scenic Finley and James River confluence. Its trails feature mostly natural surfaces and offer the thrills of climbing and drop sections, rock features, built-in curved walls, and other optional stunts.