Missouri's capital, Jefferson City, has so much to see and do including ghosts, brews, history and family-friendly fun! Read all about it here.

5 Must Do Things In Jefferson City, Missouri

is the capital of the U.S. state of Missouri and the county seat of Cole County. Located in Callaway and Cole counties, it is the principal city of the Jefferson City metropolitan area, which encompasses the entirety of both counties. As of the 2010 census, the population was 43,079.[4] Jefferson City was named after Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States

Jefferson City capital of Missouri located on the Missouri River along the Lewis and Clark trail

The amount of first-hand paranormal run-ins at the prison are phenomenal.

Missouri State Penitentiary is America’s bloodiest 47 acres

Opened in the Missouri State Penitentiary developed a reputation in the and for being one of the most violent prisons in the states. It was decommissioned in 2004 and since then several of the buildings on the grounds have been demolished.

The Bloodiest 47 acres in America is in Jefferson City, Missouri - tour the Missouri State Penitentiary to learn the sometimes scary history of life behind prison doors.  #tmom #JCMO

History Tour at Missouri State Penitentiary

The Bloodiest 47 acres in America is in Jefferson City, Missouri - tour the Missouri State Penitentiary to learn the sometimes scary history of life behind prison doors.

Missouri State Capitol Building In Jefferson City, Missouri

Missouri State Capitol Building In Jefferson City, Missouri -- loved Fourth of July celebrations here.

Missouri State Capitol located in Jefferson City, Missouri

Jefferson City, Missouri (Love the Thomas Hart Benton murals in the capitol building!

Jefferson City, MO flooded in 1993. An aerial view of floodwaters showing the extent of damage. A total of 534 counties in 9 states were declared for federal aid. 168,340 people registered for federal assistance. Photo by Andrea Booher/FEMA

The Missouri River during the all time record flooding of 1993 at the Missouri State Capital in Jefferson City, Missouri.

Aerial view of Jefferson City, Missouri

The Missouri State Capitol, the gem of our state, rose from the ashes of the old capitol building

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