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Al’s Place Restaurant

Family owned and operated for over 67 years of good food. American food prepared fresh daily. If you ever wanted to visit an authentic rural dinner this is it! With lunch plates, daily special, beer,…

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American Indian & History Galleries / St. Joseph Museum

The American Indian & History Galleries of the St. Joseph Museum feature American Indian items from 10 cultural regions and pre-history items from area archaeological excavations. The American Indian Gallery’s featured exhibit is “Lines &…

lat: 39.7761463 long: -94.8083863

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American Jazz Museum

The American Jazz Museum is the only jazz museum in the country, perhaps even the world. It is dedicated solely to the preservation, exhibition, and advancement of jazz music. This is done through showcasing the…

lat: 39.0915663 long: -94.5627254
American Tractor Museum

Visit the American Tractor Museum with 18,000 square feet of some of the most rare and unique machines that were a part of the evolution of the tractor as we know it today. With manufacturers…

lat: 37.7303794 long: -89.8628158

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Annie & Abel Van Meter State Park and Missouri’s American Indian Cultural Center

The Annie & Abel Van Meter State Park park boasts over 1,000 acres of trails, freshwater marshes, lush forests, and camping. The Missouri’s American Indian Cultural Center is also located within the park and features exhibits detailing the nine…

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Annual Mushroom Festival

Each spring, Richmond hosts a Mushroom Festival in honor of their title as ‘Mushroom Capital of the World.’ This festival brings together many local businesses and also includes events such as a cornhole tournament and…

lat: 39.2782047 long: -93.9793128
Arrow Rock

The Village of Arrow Rock, Missouri was a notable part of the journey for the Corps of Discovery. At the time of Lewis and Clark’s expedition, Arrow Rock was known as The Prairie of Arrows.…

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Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre

The Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre has been entertaining audiences in the heart of Missouri for over 55 years producing a variety of musicals, dramas and comedies. Performers, designers, directors, and technicians take residence in Arrow…

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Arrow Rock State Historic Site Campground

Arrow Rock State Historic Site offers basic, electric and sewer/electric/water (1) campsites and a special-use camping area. Shower facilities are available. All sites are in shade at least part of the day. The campground features…

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Arrow Rock State Historic Site Visitors’ Center

The Arrow Rock State Historic Site visitors’ center opened in 1991 and features nearly 9,000 square feet of exhibit space. The center interprets the history of Arrow Rock and the central Missouri region historically known…

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ASL Pewter Foundry

ASL Pewter Foundry makes high-quality, lead-free pewter products that are not only functional, but works of art. They are open Daily 9:30– 5:00 with demonstrations daily. ASL Pewter make all of their pewter pieces in…

lat: 37.9782487 long: -90.0462509

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Audubon Center at Riverlands

The Audubon Center at Riverlands represents a unique and innovative partnership between the National Audubon Society and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The Audubon Center is situated within the 3,700 acre Riverlands Migratory Bird…

lat: 38.869184 long: -90.1854801
Audubon’s Grill and Bar

Where the past meets the present! Audubon’s Grill and Bar offers Contemporary American cuisine with gourmet-comfort options and locally sourced ingredients.  Audubon’s Grill & Bar offers delicious food and drink in a family friendly atmosphere.…

lat: 37.9803952 long: -90.0433371
Battle of Lexington State Historic Site

The Battle of Lexington State Historic Site, established in 1958, preserves the battleground of the First Battle of Lexington. It is located on the north side of town, and encompasses the Anderson House, a mansion that…

lat: 39.1902893 long: -93.8803291
Bauvais-Amoureux House

The Bauvais-Amoureux House was built in 1792 by Jean Baptiste St. Gemme Bauvais, Jr. It was built using the method of construction called poteaux-en-terre with bousillage fill between the logs, quite common in 18th century…

lat: 37.973979 long: -90.0407381

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Beanik Café and Pastry

The baristas at Beanik will individual brew freshly ground pour-over coffees. Tea or espresso more to your taste?  Choose a flavor.  Sweet and savory pastries are baked from scratch each morning for breakfast or for…

lat: 37.9816696 long: -90.0431272

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Belle Ever After

What to wear?!  Belle Ever After Boutique carries clothing, jewelry, shoes & more for women & girls. Sizes vary from Small to 3X in ladies and various sizes for girls. Come check out the latest…

lat: 37.9800021 long: -90.0433188

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Bellefontaine Cemetery and Arboretum

Bellefontaine Cemetery is a nonprofit, non-denominational cemetery and arboretum located in St. Louis, Missouri. Established in 1849, Bellefontaine Cemetery played an important role in the early growth of St. Louis, and is the final resting…

lat: 38.690677 long: -90.235087

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Bequette-Ribault House

The Bequette-Ribault House was built over-looking Le Grand Champ agricultural fields around 1808 using the poteaux-en-terre method of construction.  The vertical logs were placed directly in the ground without a foundation. Originally built by the…

lat: 37.9732176 long: -90.0403431

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Big Muddy Adventures

Big Muddy Adventures offers guided canoe trips along the great rivers of the Midwest – the Illinois, the Mississippi, and the Missouri. BMA’s wide variety of trips are designed for all adventure levels, including trips…

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