3207 County Road 211
Kingdom City, MO 65262
Phone: (573) 642-7745
Fax: (573) 642-6496
A 205-acre, manmade lake is the centerpiece of this wildlife area that offers a variety of activities including hiking, fishing, boating, birdwatching, and picnic areas.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this memorial contains the site of the Sir Christopher Wren Church that previously resided in London, England. A museum, library, and gift shop containing Sir Winston Churchill memorabilia is located beneath the church.
The site of the Christopher Wren Church which was previously located in London, England. A museum, library and gift shop are below church.
This wonderful school is the oldest school of its kind west of the Mississippi River with features including the Burney L. Fishback Museum that contains an extensive history of the school's campus.
Each hole of this 18 hole miniature golf course depicts an aspect of current or past Callaway County history. A driving range is also on site.
Swimming, canoeing, camping, and much more.
15 miles of hiking and biking trails, the 750-acre Gans Creek Wild Area, Devil
Spread across a massive stretch of land, the Stephens Lake Park is a popular tourist attraction. Its natural greens elevate appeal of the scenic lake located at the center of the park. The offers numerous recreation facilities like indoor and outdoor sports facilities, an amphitheater, an open play field and few picnic shelters. There is also a swimming zone at the lake. Catering to all age groups, the park is a famous choice for family outings and one day trips. Besides, it also serves host to a few cultural and entertainment events at its amphitheater. Call for further assistance.
Award-winning five acre garden featuring over 300 varieties of trees and shrubs plus over 15,000 annuals and perennials. Also features a replica of a one-room school house, a rose garden, and concerts every Sunday evening throughout the summer.
Coca-Cola Bottling Company Building is a former bottling plant in downtown Columbia. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Great place to go. Includes reference and newspaper libraries.
Wabash Railroad Station and Freight House is located at Columbia, Missouri. It was built in the year 1909 C.E and is a historic train station and headquarters of Columbia Transit. It is also the pickup point for Megabus and is the busiest bus stop in Columbia. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on October 11, 1979.