Colloquially known as ‘America’s Hometown’, Hannibal is a relatively small town in the heart of Missouri that offers a myriad of attractive reasons for visitors to want to learn more about this historic location. Of course, the highlight of Hannibal, Missouri is the boyhood home of Mark Twain. But there are plenty of other things to do in Hannibal Missouri that justify spending some time here while exploring the rest of the ‘Show Me’ state.

5 Amazing Reasons to Explore Hannibal Missouri in a Day

Colloquially known as ‘America’s Hometown’, Hannibal is a relatively small town in the heart of Missouri that offers a myriad of attractive reasons for visitors to want to learn more about this historic location. Of course, the highlight of Hannibal, Missouri is the boyhood home of Mark Twain. But there are plenty of other things to do in Hannibal Missouri that justify spending some time here while exploring the rest of the ‘Show Me’ state.

Hannibal, MO--Took the kids here and toured Mark Twain's childhood home. Becky Thatcher's too. Quaint, cute town. Neat tours.

Hannibal, MO--Took the kids here and toured Mark Twain's childhood home. Becky Thatcher's too. Quaint, cute town. Neat tours.

Two-day getaway in Hannibal, Missouri | Midwest Living

Two-day getaway in Hannibal, Missouri

Visit Hannibal Missouri— Tom & Huck Statue...Mark Twain's Childhood Home  http://greathall.com/products/tomsawyer.html

Visit Hannibal Missouri—Mark Twain's Childhood Home

Visit Hannibal Missouri— Tom & Huck Statue...Mark Twain's Childhood Home http://greathall.com/products/tomsawyer.html

Lover's Leap   Hannibal, Missouri.  I've been there but I didn't leap.

Lover's Leap Hannibal, Missouri. I've been there but I didn't leap.

Mark Twain Cave, Hannibal, Missouri This cave’s maze of passages inspired Mark Twain to write about Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher getting lost in McDougal’s Cave. Discovered in 1819, the cave also served as a hideout for notorious bank robber Jesse James. Guided tours may include a costumed Tom and Becky on weekends (marktwaincave.com).

Mark Twain Cave, Hannibal, Missouri This cave’s maze of passages inspired Mark Twain to write about Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher getting lost in McDougal’s Cave. Discovered in 1819, the cave also served as a hideout for notorious bank robber Jesse James. Guided tours may include a costumed Tom and Becky on weekends (marktwaincave.com).

Mark Twain's boyhood home in Hannibal, Missouri; I've been to Hannibal and had a great time

Mark Twain's boyhood home in Hannibal, Missouri; I've been to Hannibal and had a great time

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