WELCOME to Fulton, Missouri!
Fulton is a perfect vacation spot in the rolling green hills of Central Missouri. This charming, historic town is conveniently located just 4 miles south of I-70 on Hwy 54 for visitors interested in tourism & travel in the Show Me state.
Awaken to Fulton’s rich history with exciting sounds and sights wrapped in the warmth of small-town charm, such as 67 buildings listed on the historic register, elegant architecture and brick streets.
Connect to our history at the National Churchill Museum. This 4-million-dollar museum inside a priceless piece of architecture will give you a look back at living history.
Immerse yourself in the arts and music at Kemper Center for the Arts, Westminster Gallery or Fulton’s newest arts venue the Art House located in the Brick District.
Marvel at the impressive collection of historic automobiles from every decade of the 20th Century at Backer Auto World Museum.
Sample distinctive Missouri wines at Serenity Valley or Canterbury Hill Wineries.
Savor scrumptious dining at one of our great restaurants.
Capture the significance of our local history at the Historical Society Museum or show your respect at the Missouri Firefighters Memorial.
Smile at the offbeat collection at Crane’s Museum in Williamsburg.
Revisit the 1930s by sharing a shake made from locally produced premium ice cream at Sault’s authentic soda fountain.
Unwind at our local accommodations as Margaret Thatcher once did at the historic Loganberry Inn, one of Missouri’s top 10 Inns.
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2 hours east of Kansas City
3 1/2 hours north of Branson
Minutes from other popular destinations make this a perfect location for daytrips and hub & spoke tours.
25 minutes to the University of Missouri in Columbia—stay with us for SEC events
25 minutes to Jefferson City and the Missouri State Capitol
20 minutes to Cranes Museum and Store in Williamsburg
45 Minutes to wineries and festivals in Hermann
The Brick District’s 3rd annual Morels & Microbrews Festival,will take place on April 25th, 2015 from 1 to 5 pm. The event is free but, for $20, you can sample Missouri microbrews and homebrews. Fee includes a commemorative glass.
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