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Nearly 7,000 acres of outdoor recreation; more than 30 lakes; several hiking trails, including a three-mile trail for hiking and biking; a full-service rifle, pistol, trap and skeet range (Fri.-Mon, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., and Tue., 2 p.m.-8 p.m., for a fee); and a field archery range. Missouri hunting seasons and regulations apply.
The visitor center features educational displays and naturalist-led programs in aquatic and forest ecology, reptiles, birds and trees. (Programs require reservations.) Picnic facilities include barbecue grills, benches and a covered pavilion.
From I-64; south on Route 94; west on Route D 1.5 miles. Closed holidays and Thanksgiving weekend.
Triple Creek Farm is located in Franklin County Missouri just a stone’s throw from the Missouri River in the heart of Missouri Wine Country. Berger Guesthouse is 7 miles east of Hermann, Missouri or 6 miles west of New Haven, Missouri just off Route 100.
Situated on 42 acres, Triple Creek Farm provides a quiet getaway with farm animals, a small lake, three creeks, in-ground pool, woods and wildlife galore. You can walk and bike to the Berger Bottoms from the farm or catch the Katy Trail in Hermann.
Berger Guesthouse has been totally renovated by Master Carpenter Phil Manne. The two newly renovated suites have their own private kitchens and baths and original hardwood floors. Both suites are exquisitely, but sparsely decorated with images taken on the farm by owner and photographer Margie Manne. In 1942 the caretaker built an addition on the guesthouse made solely out of ammunition boxes. The Mannes have preserved this fabulous piece of history just for you.
Our wines and beers are made on the estate, perched atop the bluffs overlooking the Missouri River bottoms. Enjoy our friendly, relaxing atmosphere. You may sample our products in the tasting area.
We have indoor seating and an outdoor veranda, under grape arbors and shade trees. During festivals, tour the vineyard and the estate on our free tram.
Hours may very on festival weekends and during special events. Closed Easter, Thanksgiving, Dec. 25 and Jan. 1.
Directions: On Route 100, drive five miles east of Hermann (nine miles west of New Haven); then turn north on Route B, passing through the village of Berger; watch for our signs.
Birk's Gasthaus occupies the Herzog Mansion. There are nine guestrooms, seven with private bath. There is a game room with a 50-inch plasma TV, a poker table and a full-size pool table. We serve homemade food and pastries. We offer Murder Mystery weekends; see our website for schedules. The park-like setting and wraparound covered porches all set the theme to enjoy our local wines and your stay in Hermann.
This 1840s two-bedroom cottage, decorated with antiques and a claw foot tub, can be exclusively yours. Relax on the back porch overlooking the gardens. Hearty breakfast served to you at the cottage. One mile to Bias Winery; nine miles to Hermann. Visit our website for details and photographs.
We feature three upscale, spacious suites, located at Second and Schiller Street in the Historic District of Hermann. Complete with kitchens and separate bedroom, private bath, the suites allow privacy and beautiful views of Hermann.
The Bank Bar at Schiller is located in Downtown Historic Hermann. Upscale and smoke free, with a garden patio for outdoor enjoyment. Local and geographic wine specialties are offered as well as Tin Mill Brewing Company beer and an extensive list of beer. Martini Menu included.
You will find good appetizers, live music on evenings of the Hermann Wine Trail and festivals. Special events include: The Bank Bar Braunschweiger Ball during Wurstfest; Bourbon Tastings; Bank Bar Boots and Berries Pie Contest and Auction in July; Octoberfest; Annual Bank Bar Halloween Bash Costume Party; Ugly Christmas Sweater auction and Wine Tastings.
Venue 115 at the Bank Bar specializes in offering special events, parties, rehearsal dinners, showers, anniversary parties, weddings, and birthdays.
The Hermann Wine Trail meanders 20+ miles, between Hermann and New Haven. The Wine Trail holds several wine related events throughout the year, usually pairing wine with food. Tickets must be purchased in advance.
At each Wine Trail event, visitors may enter a drawing for a prize. There are seven participating member wineries (listed west to east):
Adam Puchta Winery ~ Stone Hill Winery ~ Hermannhof Winery ~ Dierberg Star Lane ~ OakGlenn Winery ~ Bias Winery ~ Robller Vineyards Winery
Check the website for details and event dates. A limited number of tickets are sold for each event. Call for tickets. Ticket price includes a souvenir wine glass. Event Tickets: $30. Advance purchase required.
NOTE: The address shown is for the Hermann Welcome Center.
A unique antique shop with unusual finds, lettering and advertising-related gifts and art. We have initial jewelry; Hermann memorabilia and souvenirs; furniture; primitives; old-fashioned candy; and more.
Our sign shop has been in business for more than 30 years, offering custom artwork and signage.
Shop in a general store setting with antique fixtures, old candy store shelves and brass cash registers. You'll feel like you stepped back in time 100 years.
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Hermann Wine Trail
The Hermann Wine Trail meanders 20+ miles, between Hermann and New Haven. The Wine Trail holds several wine related events throughout the year, usuall
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