Canoe and raft rentals are available. Life jackets and paddle are included. Free shuttle bus service with rental. Float the beautiful Meramec River with the Crosseyed Cricket Canoe Company . Located at the Stanton/Meramec KOA Campground.
Guided tours by trained rangers are conducted along well-lighted walkways throughout Meramec Caverns . All cavern facilities are accessible to the disabled. Learn how Mother Nature built this ancient limestone "Wine Table" and an entire 5-story mansion...all underground. Open every day except for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Onondaga Cave is a highly scenic cave because of the great abundance and quality of its cave formations. Stalactites, stalagmite columns, rimstone dams, cave coral, draperies, flowstone, and soda straws extensively decorate the cave. Tours last for approximately 75 minutes and are just under one mile in length. A tour admission fee charged.
Nearby Meramec State Park and offers another excursion into Missouri's subterranean splendor. The cave, which is toured with hand-held lanterns, includes the largest rimstone dam, column and stalactite of any Missouri show cave. Admission fee charged.
See the three time grand national champion. Sculptures include animals, birds, people and more. Unique gift items & furniture are for sale in the gift shop.
Tours, tasting, retail sales. Open summer hours: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday thru Saturday, winter hours: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Saturday, and Sunday hours: Noon to 6 p.m. all year-round.
At Eureka Antique Shops, there are over 6,000 sq. ft. with 30 merchants for your shopping pleasure. Contains a wide array of merchandise with one of the area's largest and most comprehensive selections. Reasonable prices and quality items mean always a changing selection for you to shop. Furniture styles from Victorian to Primitive, glass, quilts, jewelry, dolls, telephones, specialty items, gifts and much more! Open holidays except for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
This is a unique and educational exhibit. See live alligators, cobras, rattlesnakes, iguanas, native Missouri snakes, not to mention tigers! Open seven days a week 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays; 11 a.m to 5 p.m. weekends. Admission fee charged.
Browse through a wide selection of quality antiques displayed in a beautifully preserved log barn built in 1840, open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm.
Tram tours leave every 20 minutes. Also enjoy Gardenview Restaurant and Garden Gate Shop. Open daily except Christmas Day, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Extended summer hours: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Memorial Day to Labor Day. Admission free on Wednesdays and Saturdays until Noon. Special events held throughout the year. Come enjoy the "Garden for all Seasons".
Enjoy sightseeing fun for the whole family! Cruises sail every one-hour seven days a week. Also available are dinner/Dixie cruises and private charters for parties and banquets.
Exploring the special role pets play in our lives. Purina farm extras include: tractor-pulled wagon rides around the visitor center, gift shop, children's play area and maze, snack bar, three air-conditioned buildings featuring exhibits, and barn full of farm animals including horses, cows, sheep, pigs and chickens. Open seasonally mid-March through November. Purina Farms is closed on all major holidays. Free admission and parking at the farm.
Defiance. Stone mansion built by Boone and son Nathan. Daniel Boone died here in 1820. Restored and furnished. Open year-round. Admission fee charged.
The Gateway is located in St. Louis. It is a national park downtown on the riverfront. Within Arch is Museum of Westward Expansion, World Odyssey Theatre, movie on building of Arch, gift shop. Courthouse offers exhibits and "Gateway to the West" film. Open year-round. An admission fee is charged.
At the Science Center, you'll find exhibits on technology, ecology and the environment, the humanities and space. They also have an OMNIMAX Theater, planetarium, laser shows, full-size animated dinosaurs and special exhibits. The Science Center is open year-round and admission is free.
Thousands of animals in outdoor and indoor displays. The Living World combines animals and latest information technology. New Bird Garden. Zooline Railroad and summer animal shows (small fee). Cafes, gift shops, movies. Open year-round. Free admission.
Visit the Fanning Route 66 Outpost - Home of the Route 66 Red Rocker rocking chair. Step in to the Fanning Outpost General Store for Route 66 Souvenirs and some tasty popcorn and fudge treats! Visit them on Facebook (fanning66outpost). PS: the Dark Chocolate Sea Salt caramel corn is delicious!