Attractions


Auto World Museum
200 Peacock Drive
Fulton, MO 65251
(573) 642-2080

The Auto World Museum takes visitors on a ride through more than 100 years of automobile history. All will be in awe of the collection of 85 vehicles, including a rare 1895 Haynes, which are parked in front of historic Fulton streetscapes. Opened in 1996, the museum was the vision of local businessman William E. Backer, who was an avid collector of automobiles. The museum is open from April 1 through December 31.

Gray Ghost Trail Panels
137 Hockaday Avenue (Hockaday Park)
515 Westminster Avenue
10 East 5th Street
(573) 642-3055

The Civil War played a huge role in the life of Missourians between 1861 and 1865 as more battles were fought in the state than all but two others. To commemorate the history of this era, there are three commemorative panels that mark key events surrounding the Civil War in Callaway County, as well as post-war events in Fulton involving key people from the Civil War. The panels are located at Westminster College, Callaway County Courthouse, and Hockaday Park.


Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society
513 Court Street
Fulton, MO 65251
(573) 642-0570

The Kingdom Of Callaway Historical Society is dedicated to researching, preserving, and educating, which will engage the interest and encourage people of all ages to participate in the history and heritage of Callaway County. The museum has many authentic items that are sure to help you visualize what life was like back during a different time in Callaway County. Be sure to check out the unique window displays. Many publications are also available at the museum that will acquaint you with the history that has made Callaway County what it is today.  The gift shop, meanwhile, offers a variety of items including coffee mugs to large pictures of long ago, that would make great gifts or souvenirs.


National Churchill Museum
501 Westminster Avenue
Fulton, MO 65251
(573) 592-5369

In 1946, British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill visited Fulton to give a speech discussing the state of the world following World War II. The Sinews of Peace speech would become one of Churchill’s most famous as he described the ideological and physical boundary between eastern and western Europe as an “iron curtain.” In 1969, the Churchill Memorial opened on the Westminster College campus. The main feature of the memorial is St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury chuch which was moved from London to Fulton. The church was designed by Christopher Wren in 1677. Following the fall of the Berlin Wall, effectively signaling the end of the “iron curtain”, eight sections of the wall was donated by Churchill’s daughter in 1990.  


Tanglewood Public Golf Course
818 Golf Drive
Fulton, MO 65251
(573) 642-7277

Tanglewood Public Golf Course is Central Missouri’s premiere public golf facility. Along with 18 magnificent holes, including zoysia tees and fairways, everything a golfer needs can be found here – fully stocked pro shop, bar and grill, and practice facility. The course also hosts many tournaments througout the year, including the Tanglewood PGA Pro-Am, featuring the best pro golfers in Missouri.

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