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Jefferson city was named after the third president of the United States of America, Thomas Jefferson. This is the capital of the State of Missouri. In Pre- Columbian times, this region was home of an ancient people known only as the Mound Builders. Jefferson provides delicious cuisine, fine accommodation and excellent ground transportation facilities like Charter Bus that includes Motor Coach, Mini Bus, School Bus, Entertainer, Executive, Limo Bus, Double Decker, Passenger Van and Public Transit that will deliver you a comfortable trip whole throughout it.

Elk Antler Arches
This is the standout landmark of Jackson. Arches fashioned from shed elk antlers were constructed at all four entrances of the town square. Each year local boy scouts collect the antlers, most of which are then sold at auction in the town square on the third Saturday of May.

Carnahan Memorial Gardens
This garden located next to the Governor’s mansion, was constructed in the 1930s. The site is filled with flowers, pools and walkways. This beautiful garden is a striking complement to the capital complex. After the death of Gov. Mel Carnahan, the garden
was renamed the Carnahan Memorial Gardens, as a memorial to his work.

Missouri Governor’s Mansion
The Mansion was constructed in 1871 as the official residence of Missouri’s first family.Guided tours of the authentically restored first floor are offered.

 Gros Ventre Slide
You should visit Gros Ventre if you are interested in natural history. In 1925 a large number of sheep mountain dislodged, spilling sandstone ,limestone, shale and rock into the Gros Ventre River. The resulting dam held for bout two years, but when it broke , the
subsequent flood virtually eradicated the nearby town of Kelly. The scar is clearly visible.

Signal Mountain

This is a picturesque spot from where you will get a bird’s eye view of the adjacent natural wonders. On the way you will have a beautiful sight of Jackson Lake. Find a spot at one of the picnic tables for a peaceful launch and then checkout  the other look out
sites. From lookout, you can see the Snake River and the Gros Ventre and Hoback Mountains.

Missouri State Capital Building

This structure overlooks the Missouri River from the bluffs in Jefferson city . The east and west wing of the first floor of the Capitol house the Missouri State museum include two large galleries ,which provide a sample of the state’s natural resources and rich history.

Menor’s Ferry Historic District

This settlement was the only one on the west side of the Snake River for decade. Because this section of the river was not fordable, Menor sold the ferry and cables in 1918to another operator, but by 1927,a bridge had been constructed south of the ferry. Today a replica of ferry make occasional crossings during the summer.