Weston in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Distilleries. Discover best things to do in Weston with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Weston
5 based on 151 reviews
The Holladay Distillery is located in historic Weston, Missouri. Originally founded in 1856 by Benjamin Holladay, the distillery is the proud home of McCormick Distilling Co. Beginning in Spring 2016, Holladay Distillery will be open to the public for tours. Join us for the Holladay Experience! Explore 160 years of history on grounds that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. See authentic Missouri bourbon being made from same recipe first used by Benjamin Holladay himself, created with water from the same limestone well that he discovered, and cooked in a stillhouse that dates back to the mid-1800s. Real Missouri Bourbon that you'll be able to see, smell, taste, and touch. Visit our website to reserve your spot! (C)2016 Holladay Distillery Weston, MO Drink Responsibly. Drive Responsibly.
We took the tour and had a great time looking at the renewed production of Bourbon at this location after 30 years! The 3 aluminum sided warehouses seem to be in pretty good shape after their hiatus and they have done a great of making this place tour friendly.
A must see when you are in Weston!
5 based on 202 reviews
Family-owned and operated since 1978, the Pirtle Winery produces superior quality wines with a great deal of character and individuality. Our winery is a popular destination for visitors to historic Weston, Missouri and provides a unique escape from everyday distractions.Drop by for a tasting and tour of the winery, then head over to The Vineyards; a four-star restaurant located right next door.
Visited with another couple. Employee very friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable. Tasting room is upstairs. Tables and chairs set up in a nice room downstairs. Good wine. Tasting is free, which is not very common anymore. Will go back if we go to Weston again.
4.5 based on 79 reviews
Just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Kansas City, Weston Bend State Park offers secluded picnic sites, sweeping views of the Missouri River from an overlook and from trails, and a scenic overlook accessible to persons with disabilities. A three-mile paved loop trail takes hikers and bikers through the woody terrain and the park also features a campground.
This was an impromptu stop and I'm glad we did. We visited the scenic look out spot and provided a beautiful advantage point to the Missouri River.
There are telescopes that provide and even better view and you can even see the Leavenworth prison.
The Park is very well kept and it was serene. Bring your walking shoes because there are walking trails.
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Skiing, Snowboarding, Snow Tubing located 30 minutes north of the Kansas City airport. Operational Mid Dec - Mid March
For all the people that don't get snow yearly, or even rarely and don't get that thrill of going downhill-----THIS IS THE PLACE FOR YOU. We bought the 4 hour tubing, but in reality we only needed to buy 2. Talk about making you feel like a kid again!! So glad they had the magic carpet because that walk is a killer. Even after the carpet ends you still have to walk, not far, but far enough that unless you are a regular gym goer you are going to feel it. We didn't ski or board as we didn't want to be in cast for the next 6 months but watching them sure is neat.
4.5 based on 57 reviews
Stopped in after lunch for a tasting. Enjoyed their 6 Mini-Cupcake Wine Pairing! Most of the wines were sweet or semi-sweet. Our wine hostess, Denise, was very friendly and helpful. Had an enjoyable experience.
4 based on 43 reviews
This farm has a number of attractions. We went and picked apples (light green, dark green, green-red and red ones; sorry don't know apple names). They also had gourds, pumpkins and such to purchase. They have a functional chicken coop and other fowl. The miniature horse and donkeys were a lot of fun to pet. They also had a train that went around but we were not able to enjoy that today. The red barn had a number of trinkets. It was a lot of fun to go as a family and it appears that they have a corn maze or will have one.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
We really enjoyed shopping the booths in this store. Each booth offers something different. I liked the way the items were displayed so it was easy to see the great selections. A store to be sure to visit when in Weston.
5 based on 4 reviews
My wife and I visited this on our anniversay stay in Weston. The curator was a wealth of knowledge. He conversed with us upon entering; providing amazing information on the pieces in the museum and the entire silk tapestry industry. He then allowed us to stroll thru the rest of the museum with periodic trips to see us and give us additional information on the pieces we were viewing... the best combination of both a guided tour and a self-guided tour... We plan on visiting again on our next trip to Weston.
5 based on 1 reviews
I've been here multiple times to pick fruit - strawberries in May, peaches in July, and apples in September. All of the fruit has been fantastic! They have recently added activities for kids of all ages: apple cannons, bounce pillow, corn crib, rat racers, ropes course with zip line, corn maze, and more. Hours of entertainment and you get to enjoy the fruit when you get home!
5 based on 1 reviews
I really enjoy the architecture of historic cemeteries and this was one of the best I have been to. The cemetery is fairly good sized and there is a road that runs thru it but it is so narrow it's best to leave your car parked outside the gate. Along the narrow road are signs that explain what prominent city member was buried where, what was going on in the city at the time, etc. It was really very interesting to have that additional information. Part of the cemetery had graves for slaves, which was one of the few cemeteries accepting bodies of African Americans at that time.
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