The tour is awesome! You’ll want to call ahead to get on the list though. Fun & informative. It’s a riding tour - which was a BIG plus (it’d be a lot of walking otherwise). Time of year and what is currently being built will determine what you’ll get to see as well. We didn’t get to see the cotton picker building because they were shut down at the time but the rest was great!!
Property is beautiful. The man working the showroom floor is great! You can take a closer look and get in the cab of several tractors.
Lots of candy and chocolates to choose from. They also ship starting in October for Christmas.
Check these guys out! Short behind the scenes look and free samples. If you go at the right time of year (we came in October) they’ll have a Big Peach Vodka - buy it. It’s the best I’ve ever had.
Definitely a fun little stop. Got to see the van and purchase an antique! Wonderful nice ladies working there! Plenty of merch to choose from and lots of antiques (some NFS though).
I got a s’mores concrete and it was amazing! They have something for everyone!
This is a great little museum! It’s on the grounds at Jefferson Barracks (loads of history there!) and they’re renovating the small building next door to expand the museum. Small fee to get in but well worth it.
Without a doubt, one of the best zoos in the country. Free admission and super friendly staff. Could spend a couple days there easily. We went during the week but they were decorated for Boo at the Zoo on the weekends. Can’t wait to go back!