Discover the best top things to do in Saint Robert, United States including US Army Engineer Museum, B & B Waynesville Patriot 12 & GS, Devil's Elbow Bridge, Uranus Fudge Factory, US Army Military Police Corps Museum, Route 66 Candy Shoppe, Pulaski County Tourism Bureau & Visitors Center, US Army Chemical Corps Museum, M-60 Tank, Roubidoux Creek & Spring.
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4.5 based on 36 reviews
This place is so cool! It has lots of exciting information as well as interactive displays and videos. Walking through is short and is well organized. They have different museums for MOS and individual shops also!
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Went to a Saturday matinee showing; bought our tickets at the kiosk and wandered in to find our auditorium. We got seated at 2:20pm for a show that was supposed to start at 2:25pm. We were a little concerned because the screen was blank; we were expecting the coming attractions to be showing already.
At 2:35pm there was no change. Blank screen. I went to the concession stand and asked if the 2:25pm movie was going to be shown. The cashier started to ring up a new ticket for me and asked me for another payment. I said I had a ticket, but wanted the movie to start. She cancelled the transaction and said "oh, they're working on it." I went back to the auditorium to wait.
At 2:45pm we still had a blank screen and another patron got up and headed to the lobby in search of the movie. Eventually two staff came into the auditorium and managed to get the movie playing. One of them offered "I'm sorry" on her way in and out of the auditorium.
The only positive part was they gave us the option of skipping the previews and going right into the movie.
Great facility - clean and comfortable. Certainly the best infrastructure for movie-going in south-central Missouri. Staffing and operating the facility? Not so good.
4 based on 16 reviews
Ok driving over this is all part of the Route 66 trip. It's an interesting bridge and worth a phot shot but not much else there. Cafe nearby looked a bit tatty so didn't stop.
4.5 based on 157 reviews
Very cool little place - definite must see when you’re in town. Besides there isn’t anything to do here - bowling, movies, Uranus Fudge factory. Great candy and snacks. Super nice employees work there too. Friendly and helpful. Definite stop.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Best of the three Army Museums. If you are a cop or a former MP thus is a definite stop. Easy to get around, cool in the summer and handicap friendly.
Gift shop is a big plus.
Take time and go outdoors and see the WWII barracks buildings. Self guided, semi- handicap accessible, but very cool. A full WWII company set of facilities as it was during the war, also a Korean War barracks fully equipped, a Vietnam era facility, and a German POW facility.
- All realistically set up as well as a Co HQ and chapel. Fascinating and not a replica but how these actual facilities were historically used and on their exact site.
5 based on 27 reviews
Route 66 Candy Shoppe is an old fashioned candy store that specializes in bulk, nostalgic, & hard-to-find candy. We have over 50 flavors of saltwater taffy, baskets upon baskets of bulk candy, homemade fudge & chocolate cheesecake truffles made fresh daily, dozens of flavors of Ozark Mountain Popcorn, & glass bottle sodas made with real sugar. We've been featured on CNN, Huffington Post, & Late Night with David Letterman. Like us on Facebook!
Who doesn't love a trip down memory lane! Well, when you walk into this store it takes you back to "dime stores and penny candy". Of course, it's not a penny anymore LOL, but to relive some wonderful childhood memories it's worth paying more! I...MoreI'm so glad you came by and found a nostalgic treat that tickled your fancy. Also, thank you for taking the time to write such a delightful review. Please pop in again & say "Hi!" - Charley Joe, Route 66 Candy Shoppe
5 based on 20 reviews
Visitors Center featuring a walk along a river to rooms showcasing historic memorabilia and over 800 brochures and maps on attractions throughout the state of Missouri. Visit our gift shop, or relax with a cup of complimentary coffee and wireless access. Find out all there is to see and do in Pulaski County and Missouri. Our friendly staff will assist you with ideas of things to do throughout Pulaski County. Be sure to visit our website for details, downloadable brochures and links to our phone apps!
The family waited in the car while I ran in to ask about the Route 66 drive advertised on their website. The front desk was very knowledgeable of the drive, points of interests along the way, different options I might want to do, etc. Had I not come in with something in mind, she probably could have offered me other things to do also.
As it was, I took the Route 66 scenic drive armed with a brochure of points of interests and fun facts along the way. I was a little bummed that we had such a hard time following the route. Are we pulling off of 66 to go down a side way for a bit and then coming back? Or are we staying on 66? Some signs were easy to follow, some sections we missed completely. We ended up being about 4 miles off on our odometer and I'm sure it was because we must have missed a few pull offs.
It would have been great to climb aboard a bus and for a small fee, been driven on the route with a tour guide pointing out the things. Even if this just ran on family or big event days for the military base, I bet it would be a popular thing. There wasn't a whole lot to do in the winter for a family of young adults trying to spend time with their soldier off base. Business opportunity, someone?
4.5 based on 21 reviews
This museum was amazing. Learned so much about the Army Chemical Corps. Was worth the trip. The only complaint was that the museum was open until 4 pm but the gift shop closed at 12 noon. We were not notified of this when we entered the museum and when we finished the tour the gift shop was closed.
4 based on 18 reviews
This M60 track is a well preserved example of its kind. With a small readable snippet about Fort Leonard Wood Army Reservation, and its history, it's a quick little stop or even have a picnic or snack at the available benches.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
If you have not been to Waynesville yet, you will quickly discover once you are there that there are not much to do. The two something mile walk from the park around the creek and spring is beautiful and you will encounter some people fishing. They call this the trail of tears due to all the Native Indians who gave their lives. If in Waynesville, I truly recommend to take this stroll! Just make sure to bring your bug spray!
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