Founded and named in 1837, all 22 blocks of Weston are on the National Register of Historic Places. Charming and just darn pretty, the town thrives with one-of-a-kind shops, boutique wineries, historic homes, Lewis & Clark history, distilleries and awesome views of the Missouri River just below Main Street.
In its early days, Weston was the largest grower of tobacco and hemp in the country. Ben Holliday and fellow southerners traveled from Kentucky brought tobacco to the region.
Holiday was drawn to the area for the quality of the local water and built his spirits empire here.
Day Trip Includes:
Weston Bend State Park
A brief stop to enjoy the spectacular view
National Silk Art Museum
In the 1845 St. George Hotel
Lunch at Green Dirt Farm
Featuring sandwiches and cheeses
Historic Society Museum
With ‘Walking Historian’ Susan Grinlington
Farmer’s House Marketplace
Retail markets and art studio
Tour and tasting
Friday, May 26, 2023
9 am – 6 pm
This Daytrip is priced all-inclusive at $105 per person. Tickets are subject to availability.
NO REFUNDS will be given unless the Chamber has to cancel the trip due to a lack of participants. This trip must meet a minimum of 15 guests to run. If we do not meet the minimum guest count, a full refund will be issued. If YOU need to cancel the trip, you will be given a credit to use at a later date in the year.