From Itineraries Midwest Fall/ Winter 2009 Issue
1 – 2:00 pm
Patriotic pride on Fort Leonard Wood, begin your day taking a windshield tour of Fort Leonard Wood, the third largest training installation in the US. Hear the sound of cadence in the distance by attending a military graduation.
2 – 4:00 pm
Learn about the history of the United States Army at the Museum Complex. These state of the art museums offer a walk through of a Vietnamese tunnel and Checkpoint Charlie, or take aim on the M16 simulator.
4 – 5:00 pm
The WWII Building Complex contains a barracks, mess hall, supply buildings, German POW area and the barracks used during the days of segregation.
5 – 6:00 pm
Check into one of the areas lodging. The opportunities include nationally known franchises and the Mom and Pop motels located along Historic Route 66.
6 – 7:30 pm
Dine at one of their many international restaurants. Due to the influence of the military installation there are many authentic international restaurants.
10 – 12:00 pm
Get your kicks on the Route 66 step-on guided tour. Make a stop along the route to visit the Pulaski County Museum; a piece of the World Trade center is just one unique display offered.
12 – 1:00 pm
Step back in time when you enter the Old Stagecoach Stop, which also served as a hospital during the Civil War.
1 – 3:00 pm
Spend a few hours shopping along the Square and enjoy a light lunch.
3 – 5:00 pm
Make your way to Crocker for the Frisco Depot Museum, stopping to browse Bear Ridge Antiques.
5 – 6:30 pm
Dine at one of the unique restaurants such as The Cave Restaurant; located in an actual cave, or enjoy your meal overlooking beautiful scenery from the Point Steakhouse.
Groups looking for Gentle Adventure; Explore Missouri’s Big Piney and Gasconade Rivers by canoe, raft, kayak or inner tubes, watch wildlife in its natural surroundings.
Mystery Theater at the Cave Restaurant
Alpaca Farm Tour
Evening of Live Theater
Museum Munch Tour, Visit several museums and munch across Pulaski County; progressive “munch” across Pulaski County while visiting our museums.
For more information or to customize this sample itinerary for your group, contact your tour operators or the Pulaski County Tourism Bureau at 877-858-8687.