What is great about the most fun city in Missouri is that you can have fun if you're on your own, with kids, single, married, having a bachelor party, or whatever you want to do! So which city is the place to have a good time in the Show-Me State?

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According to the data compiled by the website WalletHub.com, St. Louis is the most fun city in the state of Missouri and the 19th most fun city in the entire USA. On the site they say...

"To help Americans find the cities with the greatest number and variety of fun yet cost-effective options, WalletHub compared more than 180 U.S. cities based on 65 key metrics. They range from fitness centers per capita to movie costs to average open hours of breweries."

St. Louis ranks 16th overall in the nightlife and parties category, and in the entertainment and recreation category, and ranks lower in the costs category at 34th. How does St. Louis compare to other cities in the Midwest? Well, the top 3 most fun cities according to WalletHub are Las Vegas, Orland, and Miami (no arguments from me on those 3!). But as far as the Midwest goes, Chicago ranks 10th, Kansas City 46th, Nashville 35th, and Springfield (Missouri) 73rd. To see the complete list of the most fun cities in the USA in 2022 just click here!

SEE ALSO: St. Louis is the second most sinful city in the US behind only Las Vegas.

Do you think they got these rankings right? I mean don't get me wrong, I love St. Louis a good time, but is it more fun than Nashville?

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