Arrow Rock Online Directory

Arrow Rock Antiques & Mercantile

We have expanded our fashion boutique. Large selection of Mariana Jewelry, handcrafted in the Holy Land. Plus, the latest Boho clothing, handbags, jewelry and shoes. Visit our baby boutique. You can also find one-of-a-kind antiques and vintage needlework tools. Our selection of unique gifts, home decor, candles, Killion pottery, dips and jellies is always changing. A fun place to be! | 660-837-3333 or 660-837-3382 | Arrow Rock Antiques & Mercantile

A Grand Yarn

New to Arrow Rock and Missouri is a boutique fiber store. Our shelves are filled with beautifully hand-dyed artisan yarns in a variety of weights and fibers along with other natural and organic lines. We stock our favorite knitting, spinning and crochet tools, as well unique accessories and gifts for a fiber enthusiast. | Located on the Boardwalk, we are open Wednesdays thru Saturdays 10:30 to 5, and Sundays Noon to 4. We will be open evenings until 8 for all Lyceum performances. | 660-837-3111 | A Grand Yarn

Arrow Rock 1829 Museum Shop / Friends of Arrow Rock

Books, toys, one-of-a-kind gifts, exhibits, Arrow Rock souvenirs. Shop is open daily except for major winter holidays. Guided tram tours daily to select Arrow Rock historic structures June through Aug.; weekends May, Sept. & Oct.; Group tours and specialty walking tours by appointment; Night Walks every Friday and Saturday in October (reservations required)| Education programs by advance reservation spring, summer & fall. | 660- 837-3231 | Arrow Rock 1829 Museum Shop / Friends of Arrow Rock

Arrow Rock Antiques & Mercantile

Our selection of unique gifts, home decor, candles, Killion pottery, dips and jellies is always changing. You'll be dazzled by our large selection of Mariana Jewelry -- handcrafted in the Holy Land. Plus the latest clothing, handbags, jewelry and needlework tools. Located on the Boardwalk. Open Jan-Dec. Sat 10:30-5, May-Sept Wed-Sat 10:30-5, Sun. Noon-4. Open evenings until 8 for all Lyceum performances. Appointments always welcome. Check us out on Facebook! | 660-837-3333 or 660-837-3382

Arrow Rock Craft Shop

Unique handcrafted items by local artisans. Stop in to see our quilt in progress. Open weekends spring and fall and on Lyceum matinee days. Open daily Memorial Day through Sept. 30 except Tues. Hours 10-5, Sun. 1-5. | 660-888-1410 or 660-529-3310

Bucksnort Trading Company

Corner of 8th & Main. A store as unique as its name! Native American jewelry, pottery, baskets, flutes, artifacts, CDs, books and craft supplies, Southwest decor, artisan soaps & lotions, greeting cards that will make you smile, Gun Toten Mama bags, USA-made knives, 19th-century clothing, boots, patterns and accessories, and much more. Open weekends April through December and Wed. through Sun June through Sept. Hours: weekdays and Saturdays 10:30-5, Sundays 12:30-5. | 660-837-3224

Chez Amis

A gift shop and cafe on the lower level of Chez Trappeur. The cafe features a casual, light lunch both indoors and outdoors on the covered patio. The gift shop features local artisan crafts, fine art, floral designs and wine baskets along with unique gift items. Affectionately called "Chez Amis," the friendly atmosphere offers a great place to browse and enjoy a glass of wine as well. Located just west of the boardwalk on Main Street. | 660-837-3133

Peecher's Country Store

Visit Peecher's Country Store on the Boardwalk for antiques, collectibles, primitives, gifts, and snacks. There's something for everyone from puzzles, books, toys, glassware, home decor, and jewelry, to furniture, tools, camping supplies, beverages, popcorn, and ice cream. Open May-September, Wed-Sun. 10:30 to 5, extended to 8 pm for Lyceum performance days. Open for special events and many other weekends; check sign on Boardwalk or call 660-837-3777. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/peecherscountrystore/ | 660-837-3777

The Little Studio & Gallery

When the OPEN sign is out, enter the blue picket gate under the studio sign on Main Street (next to Chez Trappeur Bistro) and follow the path to the fine art studio, gallery and gift shop of local artist Karen Avery Miller. Nestled in her garden, her personal studio offers original oil paintings, signed prints, special art supplies and newly expanded for 2018, fun, sometimes quirky and always unique gifts not found elsewhere and mostly crafted by other talented artisans. Be sure to inquire about the calendar schedule for art classes (adult and children). Hours vary. Private appointments and commissions welcomed. | 660-837-3147

Thunder Lodge Trading Company

Unique handcrafted items made or procured by Mike and Lori Roberts. Powder horns, scrimshaw, Civil War and mountain man accoutrements, hand-sewn leather bags, wooden pens, soy wax candles, books, beading supplies, leather and leather sewing supplies, muzzle loader shooting supplies, Dixie Belle paints, fairy garden supplies, antiques and many items you can't find at other mercantile stores. Located at 212 High St., 1 block north of the Boardwalk. Open Wed. through Sun, 10-5 from April through Sept. and Friday through Sunday, Oct. through December. Also open by appointment. | 660-837-3196

Arrow Rock Cemetery

This active and well-kept cemetery, established in 1849, is the final resting place of many of Arrow Rock's most esteemed citizens. | 660-837-3255 | Arrow Rock Cemetery

The Old School House

(Stolberg-Jackson Community Center) Banquet hall and conference room available for receptions, parties or meetings Oct-early May. Well-equipped kitchen. | 660-837-3307

Arrow Rock Bed & Breakfast

(formerly Miss Nelle's) On the Historic Register, this unique home has two elegantly appointed rooms (one with fireplace), porch swings, and a scrumptious breakfast with raspberries from the garden | | 660-837-3280 | Arrow Rock Bed & Breakfast

Borgman's Bed & Breakfast

"Comfortable and homey" describes the 19th-century B&B home, established in 1982. Four rooms, three shared baths. Family-style full breakfast features cinnamon rolls. Open year-round. | 660-837-3350 | Borgman's Bed & Breakfast

Down Over Bed & Breakfast

Experience traditional comfort along with attentive and personalized service. Cottage and guest rooms with private baths. Ideally located on Main Street, the bed and breakfast is a unique bungalow-style home featuring a large front porch with rockers and swing. Full breakfast served. Gift certificates available. VISA/MC accepted. | 660-837-3268 | Down Over Bed & Breakfast

Flint Creek Inn

Aiming high to meet guest's expectations. Comfortable, relaxing and delicious best sum up a stay at the Inn. King & queen beds available with a private bath in each room. Dining and lounge area with a kitchenette and full-size refrigerator. Complimentary beverages and baked goods available 24/7. Enjoy a covered patio and fire pit for outdoor relaxation. Free high-speed internet along with a smoke-free and pet-free environment. Online booking available. Major credit cards accepted. Open year round. Ardee & Penny, Innkeepers. | 660-837-3352 | Flint Creek Inn

Prairie Park Bed & Breakfast

Enjoy a country retreat at one of three charming guest cottages on the grounds of the 1849 "Prairie Park" plantation, just 3 1/2 miles west of Arrow Rock on Highway TT. Daily and weekly rates | Call the Kerrs at 660-837-3213 or 913-383-3884 | 660-837-3213 or 913-383-3884 | Prairie Park Bed & Breakfast

J. Huston Tavern

Oldest continuously serving restaurant west of the Mississippi | Features family-style fried chicken and ham for dinner and Sunday lunch. Fried chicken, sandwiches and salads and wraps on the lunch menu. | Opens April 2 serving Saturday and Sunday lunch. Regular season begins June 1. | Schedule varies so please call or see website for more information. | Reservations are strongly recommended on Lyceum Theatre show dates. | 660-837-3200 | J. Huston Tavern

Catalpa

Classic and innovate fine dining, voted 2016's Best Restaurant in Missouri from msn.com! Voted Feast magazine's Restaurant of the Year for 2015 and 2016! Serving dinner Friday and Saturday from Easter - New Year's with the addition of all Lyceum Theatre days. Reservations strongly suggested. Menu, pictures and lots of other information available on the website. Check us out on Facebook and Tripadvisor. | 660-837-3324 | Catalpa

Chez Amis

A gift shop and cafe on the lower level of Chez Trappeur. The cafe features a casual, light lunch both indoors and outdoors on the covered patio. The gift shop features local artisan crafts, fine art, floral designs and wine baskets along with unique gift items. Affectionately called "Chez Amis," the friendly atmosphere offers a great place to browse and enjoy a glass of wine as well. Located just west of the boardwalk on Main Street. | 660-837-3133

Chez Trappeur Bar & Bistro

Chez Trappeur offers fine dining with a modern French influence on the main level of a rambling old house set on Main Street in the heart of the village. The menu features local grass-fed and free-range meats and poultry along with locally grown organic vegetables and fruits of the season. Creative sauces and seasonings add an authentic touch of French cuisine. The wine cellar at Chez Trappeur boasts over 200 varieties of wine from around the world to perfectly complement your meal or to just enjoy in the relaxing ambiance of the bar or outdoor patio. Reservations suggested. | 660-837-3133

The Boardwalk Canteen

A self-service vending space that gives you a place to get a cup of freshly brewed coffee, soda or snack, or browse a book from The Arrow Rock Lending Library. Enjoy a cellphone booster that allows you to receive signal while in the Canteen. You can also make a souvenir penny, play a pinball or video game, enjoy a show on DirecTV or use the convenient ATM. Pet-friendly. Open early until late, seven days a week.

The Federated Church

The Federated Church | Sunday morning worship at 9:30 | Pastor Patrick Overton | arrow_rock_federated@yahoo.com

Dr. John Sappington Museum

Self-Guided Tour | Learn about the world's first wonder drug, quinine, and the frontier doctor who popularized its use. | 660-837-3231 | Dr. John Sappington Museum

Friends of Arrow Rock

Step inside our headquarters/museum shop on the boardwalk to view the exquisite Christopher Collection of Early Firearms. Friends of Arrow Rock offers tram tours of the village (daily June-Sept., weekends in May & October); group tours, specialty walking tours, and pre-arranged tours of nearby antebellum estates. Friends of Arrow also houses three other museums in Arrow Rock -- the printing press museum on the ground floor of the Odd Fellows Lodge (5th & Main), the Dr. John Sappington Medical Museum (next door to the Lyceum Theatre), and the Arrow Rock Black History Museum (corner of 6th and Morgan). Those museums are open daily for self-guided touring. | 660-837-3231 | Dr. John Sappington Museum

The Missouri River Bird Observatory

The Missouri River Bird Observatory offices at the historic Lawless-Barger House on Highway 41. The MRBO library and Lawless-Barger house and ground are open to visitors by reservation. To schedule your own custom nature program for any age group, visit www.mrbo.org. | Dr. John Sappington Museum

Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre

The Lyceum Theatre is one of Missouri's oldest professional regional theaters. In 1961, in a historic old church, the Arrow Rock Lyceum began entertaining audiences. Now, over a half century later, the Lyceum continues to entertain audiences in a beautiful, historic setting. The Lyceum is now a beutiful, intimate 416-seat theater where Lyceum audiences truly are a part of the action. Each year, more than 33,000 patrons enjoy Broadway-caliber productions created by professional theater artists carefully chosen from around the country. | 660-837-3311 | Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre

Lyceum Theatre

The Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre is one of Missouri's oldest professional regional theatres. Professional actors, directors, designers, and technicians from across the country take residence in Arrow Rock for several months to bring its audience outstanding musicals and plays. | | 660-837-3311 | Lyceum Theatre