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One suite with jetted tub. Be sure to see our Lionel model trains layout when you stay with us. We are located seven miles north of Jefferson City, on Route 54 at the Route OO exit. The Katy Trail is four miles; Lake of the Ozarks is 40 miles, there is a winery four miles away. We have a large parking area.
An award-winning, Tuscan themed, all suite-style, AAA Three-Diamond hotel, built in 2007. Each guestroom features plush bedding; seating area with love seat; lounge chair; coffee table; 42-inch HDTV; desk; and a large bathroom.
Guests may relax in the spacious breakfast room and enjoy a free, hot breakfast with scrambled eggs, sausage, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, and Belgian waffles. Also, fresh-made chocolate chip cookies are served Monday through Thursday afternoons. Complimentary USA Today available in the lobby.
Located three miles from the Capitol, the Governor’s Mansion, the historic Missouri State Penitentiary, Lincoln University, and many government offices. Columbia Regional Airport is 25 miles.
Canterbury Hill sits on top of a rock bluff with stunning view of The Missouri State Capital and the rolling hills of Callaway County.
Our goal is for you to feel like you are Royalty with us. From the moment you pull in our massive metal gates; enter into our all brick and rock building; dine in our barrel room; have a bottle of wine from our 18th century wine cellar; or “Party It Up” in our elegant wood-trimmed, all hard-floored Capital View Room; you will feel like you are the King or Queen of the hill.
So, whether you may be planning a business meeting, party of the year or the wedding of your dreams, “The Hill” is the venue for YOU. Canterbury Hill has enough space to accommodate a party of any size; just ask us how.
Two riverfront suites with king beds, with private baths and Jacuzzi brand tubs. Also, two guestrooms with queen beds and a shared bathroom. Full breakfast.
Located at the south end of the bridge, one block east of the Katy Trail Pedestrian/Bicycle Bridge Pathway; seven blocks west of the Capitol and downtown business district.
Weekday rates range from $85-$159; weekend rates range from $129-$179.
In 1946, at Westminster College in Fulton, Winston Churchill delivered one of the most significant speeches of his long and illustrious career. That address, formally entitled, "The Sinews of Peace," is better known as the Iron Curtain Speech, because of the evocative phrase: "An Iron Curtain has descended across the Continent..." That speech effectively marked the beginning of the Cold War and linked, forever, Fulton and Westminster College with Winston Churchill.
In the 1960s, Westminster College sought to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Churchill's visit and ultimately chose to move a Christopher Wren designed Church from London. This Church, St. Mary the Virgin Aldermanbury, had stood in London since 1677. This magnificent building, badly damaged during the London Blitz, was moved stone by stone to Westminster's campus and rebuilt to Wren's original specifications.
Beneath this Church is the National Churchill Museum. Through the imaginative and innovative use of technology, it brings to life the story of Winston Churchill and the world he knew. The museum was recognized by the United States Congress as America's permanent tribute to this great man, and formally designated as America's National Churchill Museum.
The museum presents Sir Winston's life, utilizing interactive sight, sound and touch. Stand in the midst of a dazzling light and sound show to see and hear the effects of a London air raid at the height of "The Blitz." In the stirring film, Churchill's Finest Hour (narrated by Walter Cronkite), watch Churchill lead Britain through World War II.
Two sculptures, one statue, and an English garden complete the museum grounds. One sculpture, titled Breakthrough, is constructed from eight consecutive sections of the actual Berlin Wall.
School programs, community programs, group tours, and rotating exhibits fill the museum's calendar. For a current look at programming, visit our website.
The museum is closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.
The Gateway to Mid-Missouri, your best value for any event in Fulton, Mexico, Columbia, or Jefferson City. The hotel offers all interior corridors. Enjoy 24-hour coffee and tea, and free local and long distance calls. Picnic pavilion and BBQ grille, with horseshoe and bocce pits. Pet friendly. Free continental breakfast.
The Truman Hotel and Conference Center has 232 guestrooms and 24,000 square feet of meeting and banquet space. We offer complimentary hot breakfast Monday-Friday, and free movie tickets to the Truman 4 Theaters located adjacent. Some roome include refrigerators and microwaves. Our Library Lounge features Mike Michelson on the Piano. The hotel is 1.5 miles from the Missouri State Capitol.
History Lessons in Central Missouri
Sites in Central Missouri offer much more than a look at history in the Show-Me State.
Where Gray Ghosts Walked
Confederate Guerrillas, known as Gray Ghosts, were active in these areas.
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