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Arrow Rock - Arrow Rock State Historic Site

39521 Visitor Center Drive
660-837-3330

Stroll through the history of a once-bustling river town that's now the serene village of Arrow Rock. You'll walk streets lined with the architecture of the historic "Boone's Lick Country." At Arrow Rock State Historic Site, you may wander into the historic J. Huston Tavern, which dates back to 1834 and provides a dining experience in the oldest continuously operating restaurant west of the Mississippi River. View displays of historic furnishings in the old kitchen and upstairs bedrooms. You can visit other historic buildings, such as the Old Courthouse and George Caleb Bingham's house. You can learn about the history of Arrow Rock and the "Boone's Lick Country" through exhibits and audio-visual presentations in the visitor center. The historic site is part of the larger Village of Arrow Rock, which features quaint stores and several antique shops.



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Ginny Hemeyer

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Husband lived t Outside of Arrow Rock. Born there and raised there. They have such historic entertainment. All the time is the summer

Suzie Parker

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Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2018
A lovely little hike back into times past. Old homes and stores, as if stepping back in time.

Joseph Diefenbach

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Friday, Oct. 6, 2017
Historic Arrow Rock is a must-see visit in Missouri. A quaint little town situated between Marshall and Boonville it truly is a glimpse of the past. With the lyceum theater, shops, and food, there is plenty to do for a day. Of course there are Trails Galore, Parks, campgrounds, and fishing. Great for the kids or adults of all ages.

Helen Hickam

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Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017
Arrow Rock is a fun place to visit. There are many unique shops. The town has many festivals through out the year giving you several reason to return.

Janet Long

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Friday, Sep. 8, 2017
This is a great historic community. The state park is a great place to relax with a walk or a picnic. Clean and lots of room for the kids to roam.

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