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Learn, hands-on, the German tradition of sausage making. Join two-time hall-of-famer Wurstmeister Mike Sloan for this VIP event that's both informative and entertaining.
Mike will show you the ropes of sausage making and cover topics such as, mixing and grinding techniques, ingredients, types of casings, safe handling, smoking and cooking times and much more.
Class is by reservation only, will begin at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and will last approximately 2-2.5 hours. Tickets are $49 per person and include lunch, a beer and bratwurst tasting, two pounds of sausage (that you made) and a Wurst Haus goody bag. Participants receive 10% discount on in store purchases that day. Attendance is limited to 16 people, call 573-486-2266 to reserve your spot.
Classes are held on two days, Aug. 16 and Sep. 13 ONLY.
Learn, hands-on, the German tradition of summer sausage making at Hermann Wurst Haus. Join two-time hall of famer Wurstmeister Mike Sloan for this VIP event that's both informative and entertaining.
Mike will show you the ropes of summer sausage making and cover topics such as, cold smoked vs. hot smoked, natural fermentation vs. artificial fermentation, natural casings vs. collagen casings and much more.
Class is by reservation only, will begin at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and will last approximately 2-2.5 hours. Tickets are $49 per person and include a beer and bratwurst tasting, 2 pounds of sausage that you make and a Wurst Haus goody bag. Participants receive 10% discount on in store purchases that day.
Attendance is limited to 16 people, call 573-486-2266 to reserve your spot.
Step back in history at one of the finest antique shops in St. Charles. Featuring lamps, clocks, primitives, glassware and furniture, along with a picture gallery. We buy, sell and appraise. Located on Historic North Main Street.
Our grounds are three miles north of St. Joseph, approximately one mile from I-29. We offer year-round camping, with 53 full hookup RV sites, big rig friendly, on 23 scenic acres; 40 of the sites are pull-thru; 17 sites have cable.
There are 23 primary tent sites.
Amenities include: restrooms with showers; coin-operated laundry; hiking trails; recreation areas; and a stocked, private ‘catch and release’ lake. Off-season camper storage is available.
This charming home, built in 1853, is filled with antiques. It is on the National Historic Register. Two guestrooms, one with a fireplace. Porch swings. Full breakfast.
The entire village of Arrow Rock is listed on the National Register of Historic places.
Take a one-and-a-half hour tour of this 1800s village in a seven-passenger tram. Stops include the restored 1837 home of artist George Caleb Bingham; the Victorian home and gun shop of J.P. Sites; and other hostoric sites.
Sign up for the tram tour at the Friends of Arrow Rock office, on the boardwalk in Arrow Rock; or schedule in advance by phone.
June-Aug., tours operate daily. April-May and Sep.-Oct., tours are on Sat.-Sun. only.
Price: $5; younger than 12, $2.50; groups, $3 per person.
A folk art gallery in a restored 100-year-old building. We feature handmade works by Missouri artisans and some from neighboring states. In addition to other types, works include: chainsaw sculptures of eagles, fish, turtles, frogs, bears and mountain scenes; outdoor metal art; and American Indian art.
Two- and three-room suites available. Located at I-70, exit 128-A; across the street from Columbia Women's & Children's Hospital; seven minutes from the University of Missouri.
This urban park features paved streets, concrete pads and patios. We have 30-amp/50-amp hook-ups, cable TV, Wi-Fi, restrooms and laundry.
Beer barons, statesman, artists, entrepreneurs, pioneers in exploration and human rights advocates, are among the 87,000 who create the flowing mosaic of American culture in St. Louis and rest permanently at Bellefontaine Cemetery.
The 314-acre active cemetery displays picturesque landscapes via 14 miles of roads leading visitors to such notables as General William Clark, Adolphus Busch, Sara Teasdale, Thomas Hart Benton and William Burroughs.
Founded in 1849, Bellefontaine is the first rural cemetery west of the Mississippi, and one of the nation's finest examples of a garden cemetery. Bellefontaine reflects and represents the art, sculpture, history and legacy of St. Louis and its culture.
Taking two adjacent cemeteries together, Bellefontaine Cemetery & Calvary Cemetery, there is no place on earth where more Union and Confederate generals lie at rest is such close proximity—more generals who commanded armies during the American Civil War lie here than are buried at Arlington National Cemetery and West Point combined.
This 133-room hotel is less than half-a-mile from the Bass Pro Shop, Ameristar Casino, 10 restaurants and two grocery stores; eight miles from St. Louis Lambert International Airport. (Shuttle available for an additional fee.)
In addition to our standard guestrooms, we offer two-room suites and whirlpool suites. There are two meeting rooms that accommodate up to 70 people.
We offer a complimentary hot breakfast. Our oversized, heated, indoor pool has an adjoining outdoor sundeck.
Visit our website for details, photos and reservations.
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.
A St. Louis landmark located in The Loop district, along the St. Louis Walk of Fame. A restaurant and music club filled with pop culture memorabilia, including items depicting Chuck Berry, the Simpsons, the Beatles and Star Wars, as well as jukeboxes, lunch boxes, toys, darts, pinball, video games and a photo booth.
Live music several nights a week featuring touring groups as well as St. Louis bands, including rock & roll legend Chuck Berry.
Private party rooms are available. Although pets are not allowed inside, our patio seating is dog-friendly.
Nine miles from Busch Stadium. One minute from the fabulous Moonrise Hotel.
This picturesque little town lies between the bluffs, at the confluence of the Osage River and Missouri River. During its prime, Bonnots Mill was a hub for commerce, with riverboats and steam-powered trains supplying the region with goods.
Today, this early French settlement offers a general store, a saloon and restaurant, a bed and breakfast inn, and a wedding chapel. This entire district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This fully restored, circa 1800s Colonial offers three guestrooms; each has a fireplace, and a private bath with jetted tub.
The Inn is located on Stone Row, in the historic district. Stone Row consists of four limestone buildings, constructed in the 1830s, with three-foot-thick stone walls, and framed with old growth 172 year old logs. This rare lodging experience does not end with the building; we offer an experience that even includes Colonial sleeping garments.
Enjoy a full, hot breakfast as you watch the early morning fog over the Missouri River. A private breakfast may be served in your room or on the balcony (small delivery fee). Reduced rates, without breakfast, are offered.
Private event space is available.
Circa 1840s Federal Style inn on the Missouri River. Six guestrooms, plus a three-room cottage, all furnished with antiques and reproductions. The brick patio and gallery porch are inviting spaces for guests to enjoy the river view. Smoking on the patio only.
Enjoy our grower and producer market every Saturday from April 5 to November 22, 8 a.m.-noon in the Boonslick Library parking lot. We are a self-certifying market of farmers and artisans from the local area. As the season progresses, we can be found in the late afternoons from 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
Seasonal produce, organic body products, jewelry, bedding plants, upcycled garden products and ornaments, honey, gourds, seasoning blends, eggs and jams are just a few of the items that can be found at our market.
All our vendors enjoy answering your questions and are always willing to recommend area businesses, tourist spots to visit and places to stay. Ask a local, shop local.
The four guestrooms share three bathrooms. Rooms are decorated with oak and walnut antique furniture.
The sitting room contains books and games for your enjoyment; the one TV tunes in the local channels.
Cinnamon rolls are a specialty; they are served with eggs, bacon and fried apples.
There is a cat in residence.
The mission of the Brunswick Area Chamber of Commerce is to promote and foster economic development; market Brunswick and the area as a tourist destination; work with the City of Brunswick, county commissioners, and elected state officials to ensure prosperity, safety, and an increased standard of living for the residents of the area.
Stop by for maps, brochures and information about Cape Girardeau businesses, events and attractions.
Cape Girardeau has many attractions and activities for the entire family. And with more than 100 restaurants, we're sure that you will find dining in Cape Girardeau pleasing to the taste.
The CVB gift shop has souvenirs, post cards and coffee table books by local authors. To view our online Visitor Guide and Dining Guide go to www.VisitCape.com.
Located in a police/fire station dating to 1908, the museum features exhibits on steamboats, mules, the Missouri State flag, fire and police memorabilia, and much more. There is a replica of a steamboat pilot house.
Open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday afternoons from mid-March through mid-December. Admission rates are $3 for adults and $2 for children.
Curiosity Shop features books by local authors, gently used items, and items made in Missouri. Special events include programs on Native American culture, book signings, special tours, lectures, and tag sales.
The Capitol Plaza Hotel and Convention Center Jefferson City invites you to experience our newly renovated guest room accommodations and service. Our Mobil 3-Star and AAA 3-Diamond-rated Missouri capitol hotel puts all of the best downtown attractions, shopping, and businesses within easy reach – from the Missouri State Capitol and Governor’s Mansion to the stores of the Capital Mall or The Crossings.
With more than 22,000 total square feet of meeting space, our downtown Jefferson City hotel is central Missouri’s largest convention center. Whether you’re visiting Jefferson City for business or leisure, our attentive staff will ensure an exceptionally relaxing stay in an ideal setting.
• 100% non-smoking hotel
• Two blocks from the elegant State Capitol Complex with its Thomas Hart Benton murals, the Governor’s Mansion, and Missouri State Museum
• A short drive (less than three miles) from the exceptional hiking and biking on the Katy Trail State Park
• Only 1.5 miles from Jefferson City Memorial Airport
• Enjoy a full host of modern amenities, including complimentary Internet access in all guest rooms, an indoor pool, and a modern fitness center
Relax in this 1891 brick Victorian filled with antiques and comfortable furnishings. This is a whole-house rental, with a fully equipped kitchen, three bedrooms with queen beds, a stereo, cable TV, Internet and a hot tub. Located in downtown Hermann.
A Jefferson City tradition since the 1930s, Central Dairy Ice Cream Shop offers a wide variety of flavors (everything from vanilla to Extreme Moose Tracks) and treats for you to enjoy, plus fountain drinks, hot dogs and polish-sausage sandwiches.
The shop serves ice cream cones, dishes, sodas, malts, shakes, sundaes and traditional favorites such as the banana split (it's huge). Also, they serve a variety of frozen yogurt and sherbets. No-sugar added selections are available.
Take home hand-packed ice cream by the pint, quart and gallon.
Central Dairy Ice Cream Shop accepts cash only.
Enjoy the privacy of a hotel, with the warm hospitality of a bed and breakfast at this restored 1879 vintage hotel. A complimentary continental breakfast is served. The hotel features five guestrooms, each with a private bath, antique furnishings and modern amenities; three porches; a large lobby; the dining area; and a library with a baby grand piano. Antiques shops and several wineries are within 15 miles.
We carry a wide variety of real antiques, along with a few more modern collectables. If you collect something we don't have, we will do our best to find it for you.
We offer shipping services and layaway. Our stock changes regularly, so check with us often. Call for holiday and fair hours.
The award winning Challenger Learning Center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to continuing the mission of the astronauts who lost their lives in the 1986 Challenger shuttle accident.
We provide hands-on space education programs to schools, corporations, community organizations and the general public.
The center features a replica space station and Mission Control center, where you can participate in a simulated space mission and be engaged in an unforgettable experience involving activities similar to those performed by NASA astronauts, scientists and engineers.
A Day at the Capital
Enjoy a visit to Jefferson City, the capital of Missouri.
Augusta Viticulture Area
Explore this area of Missouri for wineries, inns and shopping.
Celebrate Black History in Missouri
Celebrate the contributions of noteworthy Missourians.
Columbia and Rocheport
Small-town charm or metro excitement? Get a taste of both on this trip.
Critter Crawl-St. Louis
Take a walk on the wild side of St. Louis.
Explore the Boone's Lick Region - Part I
Whether you spell it Boone's Lick or Boonslick, you'll be wowed by the unique history in this area of Northwest and Central Missouri.
Explore the Boone's Lick Region - Part II
Forest Park and Central West End
Take in the great free zoo attractions and the free Museum of Art in Forest Park before visiting fun restaurants in the Central West End.
Haunted Places and Historical Sites in St. Charles
With plenty of historical sites to visit and haunted places along the Missouri River, there are adventures on every corner in St. Charles.
History Lessons in Central Missouri
Sites in Central Missouri offer much more than a look at history in the Show-Me State.
Holiday Getaway - Central Missouri
Enjoy shopping, dining, and exploring Central Missouri during the holidays.
Holiday Getaway - Northeast Missouri
Enjoy cities of all sizes during your holiday escape to Northeast Missouri.
Honor Tour - Part One
Explore these military museums and monuments in Central and Northwest Missouri.
Kidding Around St. Louis Tour
Kids and kids at heart enjoy this family friendly trek around St. Louis.
Missouri River Wine Trail
Explore some of the best Midwest wineries along the Missouri River Wine Trail. Use this trip idea to plan winery tours, tastings & more in Missouri. F
Missouri's Great River Road
Enjoy the sights along Missouri's section of the Great River Road.
Presidential Stomping Grounds
Independence is known as Harry Truman's hometown, but its fascinating history pre-dates the only Missourian ever elected president.
St. Louis Arch-itecture Day One
Enjoy the sites and styles of architecture you find across one of Missouri's most historic cities.
St. Louis Worlds Fair
Experience Forest Park and other historic St. Louis locations related to the 1904 World's Fair.
STL In The Fall
Fall is a great time to see it all in St. Louis.
The Civil War: Grant and Gray Ghosts
Explore Civil War sites with ties to the Ulysses S. Grant and Gray Ghost Trails.
Where Gray Ghosts Walked
Confederate Guerrillas, known as Gray Ghosts, were active in these areas.
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