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Flying into Beautiful Springfield

Springfield is nicknamed the Queen City of the Ozarks, and it’s easy to see why. It allows everyone, whether a resident or traveler, to live like royalty without breaking the bank. That’s what makes it such an enduring vacation destination. You can find cheap hotels like the Holiday Inn Express and America's Best Value Inn as well as inexpensive flights to and from this beloved Midwestern city.
Hotels in Springfield
DoubleTree by Hilton Springfield
$87 avg/night
Walnut Street Inn
$101 avg/night
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Cheap Flights to and from Springfield

Many major airlines, like United Airlines and American Airlines, offer cheap flights between Springfield and hubs like Las Vegas, Orlando, Chicago, New York City, and Los Angeles. Delta offers convenient non-stop flights to Springfield MO from Atlanta. Since late spring to summer is peak season in the Springfield area, plan your cheap flights and budget-friendly vacation for winter, early spring, or autumn.

Navigate Springfield on Route 66

When you fly into the Springfield-Branson National Airport, you will be delighted to learn that it is a city that’s easy to navigate. It’s known as the starting point and birthplace for the famed Route 66, or the Main Street of America. That well-loved road must have inspired Springfield residents to get serious about their streets because it’s a very car-friendly city. Be sure to pick up your rental car upon arrival at the Springfield Airport and take the quick 20 minute drive to downtown Springfield.

Springfield's Significance in Show Business

Springfield has enjoyed popularity as a fictitious home to the lead characters in hit shows like The Simpsons and Father Knows Best. The real Springfield also offers plenty of first-class entertainment. No trip would be complete without seeing the latest show at The Gillioz Theatre or the Springfield Contemporary Theatre, two of the city’s best loved theaters.

Learn from the Past and Celebrate the Present

One central part of experiencing Springfield is delving right into the city’s numerous historical attractions. The Laura Ingalls Wilder Historical Home and Museum is a must-see attraction for history lovers of all ages. The ongoing Battle of Springfield Driving Tour is also a fascinating way to learn a lot about the history of the city while enjoying its present-day beauty as well. The Nathan Boone Homestead State Historic Site has an authentic 1837 log home, which history buffs will love. For a trip into ancient history, you won't want to miss the Fantastic Caverns, a natural wonder.