Things to Do in Cuba, Missouri
Fun filled events for the entire family, the unique attraction that is Bob’s Gasoline Alley and the Meramec River Wine Trail are just a few of the things that make this charming Ozark Mountains village a destination. There is unequaled natural beauty above ground at Meramec Springs Park and below ground at Onondaga Cave State Park, and endless opportunity for adventures from white water rafter to spelunking. Cuba is a destination for young and old.
Cuba, Missouri has an undeniable place in American history. Cuba, Missouri is know as the town "where art meets history". Local museums, historic sites, and local art council spanning the region tell a chapter of the American story. Cuba is home to a wonderful art and history culture, be sure to check it out during your visit.
Every great vacation has a little bit of shopping. You can walk the streets of Cuba, Missouri to shop for locally made goods. You can find furniture and treasured collectibles in antique shops spanning the region. There’s nothing wrong with spending the entire vacation walking from shop to shop, just make sure you have enough room in your car!
Whether you enjoy sports, hiking, kayaking, paddling, or simply a good view while having a picnic with the family, Cuba, Missouri has it all! Catch some air, tee off, explore a trail, or glide down the gentle waters of the Missouri River—whatever your activity, we’ll keep you energized!
Missouri wine country is calling. Will you answer? Rolling hills, picturesque views, welcoming atmospheres and award-winning wines… there’s something for everyone in Missouri wine country. Discover your next day trip or destination.
Here in the Cuba, Missouri, we don’t let anything rain on our parade, and that includes the weather. A little bit of rain will never ruin a vacation here. When the rain starts to come down and you’re looking for some rainy day activities there are plenty of fun activities that will keep you dry. When the rain starts to come down, grab that umbrella and hit the local community!
The 12 outdoor murals depict scenes from local and national history, including visits from Harry S. Truman, Amelia Earhart and Bette Davis. Every mural has a story. A brochure is available at the I-44 Visitor Center (Exit 208) and at area businesses. A step-on narrated bus tour service is available. The murals are located along the Route 66 Corridor with dining and shopping available.