MUSEUMS & ATTRACTIONS IN FULTON
Plan a vacation to Missouri, and make the Fulton area your travel destination. Below, we have listed some of the museums and attractions that you won’t want to miss during your stay.
Local architect, M. F. Bell, has left Fulton with a magnificent display of architectural buildings from businesses, to churches, to private homes. Our historical downtown with its brick-lined streets has 57 buildings on the National Register, many by M.F. Bell. In addition, the 7th Street Historic District, historic Court Street, and the 5th Street historic area all provide wonderful examples of Bell architecture. Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society has walking tour maps with architectural notes and self-guided tour of the fictional town of Kings Row.
Callaway Chamber of Commerce – Visitor’s Center
510 Market Street Fulton, MO, 65251
On display is the suit that Ronald Reagan wore and memorabilia from the Warner Brother's movie production, Kings Row. This movie featured Ann Sheridan, Robert Cummings, Ronald Reagan, and Betty Field. Kings Row was based on the novel written by a man who was born in Fulton, Henry Bellamann. It is believed that the movie Kings Row was a depiction of life in Fulton, Missouri. Reagan considered the role his best work and titled his memoirs “Where’s the Rest of Me,” from one of his lines in the movie. Hours: Monday - Thursday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm; Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
10665 Old Hwy 40 Williamsburg MO 63388
Voted 3rd best in offbeat attractions, this 4,000 square-foot museum is a one-of-a-kind viewing experience. Unique exhibits line the walls including Indian artifacts, antique toy collections, and a display for the hunting enthusiast. Crane's Video.
National Churchill Museum
501 Westminster Ave Fulton MO 65251
Located at Westminster College, site of Winston Churchill’s Iron Curtain Speech, the museum features interactive and engaging displays for any age visitor. In addition, you can walk through a 32-foot section of actual pieces of the Berlin Wall as you explore Edwina Sandy’s magnificent ‘Breakthrough’ sculpture for another look back at living history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this is the site of the Sir Christopher Wren church, Saint Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury. The Church previously resided in London, England. Open daily 10:00 am to 4:30 pm except Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Years.