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1400 West Osage St., Pacific, MO, US, 63069

  • Phone: (636) 257-8400
  • Fax: (636) 257-3112
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»Six Flags

This famous theme park has added new thrills and adventures for the young and young-at-heart. On a hot day, Hurricane Bay provides a cool adventure with its 560,000 gallons of water and four-foot waves. Hook's Lagoon is a thrilling tree house with slides and water sprays where 1,000 gallons of water are dumped on the crowd. Be sure to experience the Boss, a mile-long roller coaster, too. Children younger than three are admitted free.

4900 Six Flags Road
Eureka, MO 63069

»Montelle Winery & Klondike Cafe

Located in the Augusta Appellation Wine District atop Osage Ridge, 400 feet above the Missouri River; the award-winning Montelle Winery produces more than 15 different wines using vinifera, French hybrid, and Native American vines, all grown in Missouri. Enjoy live music on weekend from April to October.

201 Montelle Drive; P.O. Box 147
Washington, Missouri 63332

»Mount Pleasant Winery

One of the largest of the Missouri wineries, Mount Pleasant boasts a German heritage that dates back to 1859. Visitors may tour the winery and sample the selection of white, red, dessert and port wines. Food is also served, and various entertainment events are scheduled year round, including live music, a summer concert series and a murder mystery dinner theater. Mount Pleasant Winery is located in historic Augusta, Missouri, which is about an hour drive west of St. Louis.

5634 High Street
Augusta, MO 63332

»Fort Charrette Historic Village

A restored and authentically-furnished 1790-1815 Indian fur-trading post with associated log houses, outbuildings, gardens and spectacular Missouri River view. Guest accommodations by reservation.

4515 Old Highway 100 East
Washington, Missouri 63090

»Endangered Wolf Center

This non profit organization was built as the Endangered Wolf Center to protect the wolves when realized had been getting extinct. This Wolf center was started to preserve these endangered wolves through taking care of them and introducing them through educational programs. The center has a lot to offer like a private or a photography tour and also evening with a campfire and various other programs and is not only a great attraction to the kids but also grabs in adult visitors to enjoy.

6750 Tyson Valley Road
Eureka, MO 63025

»Bernie E. Hillermann Park

Grand Avenue and South Lakeshore Drive, visitors will find several playground areas, tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, grandstand area and much more. Adjacent to Washington City Park.

1220 South Lakeshore Drive
Washington, Missouri 63090

»St. Paul's Church

The St. Paul's Church is a Lutheran Church established in 1860. Designed by architects A. Carl and Schlottmann, the congregation was founded by immigrants from Germany. The church became a part of the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. Services and other religious ceremonies still continue at the church.

142 St Charles Street
New Melle, MO 63385

»Butterfly House & Education Center

Come meet beauty face-to-face! More than a thousand live tropical butterflies fly freely in the glass conservatory. Visit native and migrating species in the outdoor gardens of the Native Habitat. Watch a butterfly emerge right before your eyes. Also, take a class at Butterfly House & Education Center. Shop in the Madame Butterfly Gift Shop. Butterfly House, is a division of the Missouri Botanical Garden.

15193 Olive Boulevard
Chesterfield, MO 63017

»Theodore A. Pappas House

The Theodore A. Pappas House is located at St. Louis, Missouri. It was built between 1960 C.E and 1964 C.E by Theodore and Bette Pappas and was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. The house has a Usonian style of architecture and the entire house was built of plain concrete blocks standardized to a module. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places in the year 1979 C.E.

8654 Masonridge Road
St. Louis, MO 63141

»Sandy Creek Covered Bridge

The Sandy Creek Covered Bridge State Historic Site is a monumental site situated in the Jefferson County in Missouri. The bridge was erected in 1872, and stretches across the Sandy Creek. This Howe truss bridge is included in the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the few extant covered bridges in the state of Missouri.

Old Lemay Ferry Road
Goldman, MO 63050

»Frank Lloyd Wright House

Kraus House, or Frank Lloyd Wright House, is named after its world famous American architect. Spread over 1900 square feet (176.5 square meters), this house located in Kirkwood is surrounded by 10.5 acres (4.2 hectares) of the lush green Ebsworth Park. It was built for Russell and Ruth Kraus in 1952 and was Wright’s first design in St. Louis, later earning a spot in the National Register of Historic Places. It illustrates the Usonian style of architecture, which was introduced by Wright to the middle class of that time. The red-brick structure features a geometrical design and the interiors don original artifacts and furnishing. There are tours available of both the house and park and one can also make individual appointments.

120 North Ballas Road
Kirkwood, MO 63122

»Saint Louis Abbey

The Abbey of Saint Mary and Saint Louis is a historic landmark in Creve Coeur. Established in 1955, it is affiliated to the Roman Catholic English Benedictine Congregation. It is renowned for its unique architecture as much as it is for its spiritual heritage. The three-tiered structure is topped with a bell tower and houses European modern art, as well as sculptures and relics from the 14th Century.

500 South Mason Road
Creve Coeur, MO 63141
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