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Weston, Missouri

If you're making Weston, Missouri your vacation destination or just passing through, we welcome you to stay for a while and visit our historic town with its great shopping, dining and our many interesting attractions. Or perhaps your timing is just perfect to take part in an exciting event. We know you'll enjoy the Weston 10 Mile Trail Antique & Garden Show in August.

Weston is a small, charming Historic community nestled among the high bluffs of the Missouri River. Founded in 1837, Weston grew into prominence in the 1850’s and then settled into a quiet existence, which makes it so desirable today as a place to visit or to live. Weston’s Historic District offers shopping for antiques, home furnishings, clothing, jewelry, original art by local artisans and gifts. Add superb restaurants, a great pub, award winning wineries, three museums and Historic Weston becomes the premiere destination in the Midwest.

Weston is home to seven B&B’s and the restored 1847 Saint George Hotel. For outdoor fun go hiking, biking or camping at West Bend State Park. Walk the trails of Lewis & Clark along the old Missouri River channel. Visit our apple orchards, Red Barn Farm, and Snow creek Ski & Board. Come enjoy one or all of our fun events scattered throughout the year. Check them out at www.westonmo.com.

We want your trip to be a memorable experience so you can tell all your friends, "Go to Weston, MO".

This is just a brief description of what Weston, Missouri has to offer. For in-depth information about the attractions, shopping, entertainment, events, lodging, real estate and more please contact us at the Weston Chamber of Commerce and let us show you Midwest hospitality at its best.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Things to do near Weston, MO

Ben Ferrel Platte County 1882 Museum

A mini-mansion residence built in 1882, influenced by the style of the Missouri Governor's residence in Jefferson City. Furn...

historic Independence Square

Start your Independence Tour at the historic Independence Square, where Harry Truman started his political carer and thousand...

1859 Jail , Marshal's Home and Museum

The dungeon-like cells of the 1859 Jail housed thousands of prisoners including Frank James and William Clark Quantrill of Qu...

Missouri Town, 1855

Living history/village museum with original structures. Interpreters in period clothing portray area's way of life in Mid - ...

Walking Tour of Historic Parkville

Self-guided walking tour of historic buildings. Brochure....