There are dozens of options for everyone to have fun in our beautiful small town. Visit the town's website here to see a full calendar of events. Visit the Hermann Wine Trail website and purchase tickets to one of the 7 themed wine trails. We also highly recommend Hermann Crown Taxi service as well as Debbie, our local Uber driver. Need any more recommendations or have questions, feel free to ask! The list below is only a portion of what the town as to offer. Enjoy!
If you are staying with us, it doesn't get any more convenient to get a massage. Throw on a robe (that we provide), walk downstairs and into a massage room or our Float Room for a relaxing experience. Visit www.massageforyourhealth.com to see our list of services and to book your appointment.
We are only 2.8 short miles to the Katy Trail in McKittrick. You can ride your bike across the Missouri River Bridge, and take on even more sights . Check out https://mostateparks.com/park/katy-trail-state-park
Through guided tours of historic houses, visitors can experience the daily life and traditions of German immigrants to Missouri in the mid-19th century. Visitors can also learn about the founding of Hermann, the German immigrants as abolitionists, and the wine industry in Hermann. The visitor center, built in the 1890s for Julius Hundhausen, a local retired vintner, offers exhibits and a gift shop. Visit their webpage here https://mostateparks.com/park/deutschheim-state-historic-site
Hermann Farm celebrates the importance of the German settlement to the development of agriculture in the Missouri River Valley region and showcases the home and business establishment of George Husmann, one of the most prominent vintners in the development of the wine industry in America. Attractions include the Husmann house, the Schuetzenhalle, a tradesmen barn, the master distiller’s homestead & office, the mercantile, and the trading post. Visitors will see animals such as Barred Plymouth Rock and Wyandotte chickens and several “gentle giant” English Shire horses. One highlight for visitors may be to meet Pat and Jane, a perfectly matched pair of Missouri mules, beloved by the Hermann community and regulars in parades and celebrations for many years. https://www.hermannfarm.com/home
The 36-room White House Hotel is a privately owned three-story brick building, built-in 1868. Guided lantern tours featuring actors in period costume may be reserved for groups of 15 or more. Open by appointment only. https://www.facebook.com/White-House-Hotel-1868-A-Living-History-Museum-264077859257/
Loutre Shore is a semi-private nine-hole course with a full pro shop and driving range. The course features zoysia-covered fairways and tees, postage-stamp-size bent grass greens, numerous tree and water hazards, and a 6654-yard par 72 layout. The pro shop carries most of the top brands and has the equipment and cart rental for those who cannot travel with clubs. The clubhouse has a full bar and an extensive selection of Hermann area wines. Send your men to golf for the day and spend the day at our spa getting pampered.
Back Home Again, Gift shop offering unusual gift and decor selections, with a European flair and a great selection of teas, jellies, and salsas. German steins fit right in with the culture in Hermann, and various international gifts include Russian nesting dolls, German weather stations, and Lithuanian candle houses.
Blondie's Dolls, Doll gallery and toy shop. The gallery includes collectible Barbies, original 1960 vintage Barbies and their fashions, German bisque, Effanbee costume dolls, Peggy Nesbit character dolls, other dolls of interest from Blondie’s collection, and dollhouses built by Blondie Haeberle and her daughter. The toy shop includes American Girl and Barbie outfits and accessories, Kathe Kruse dolls, paper dolls, and a large offering of Playmobil (a German company) figures and toys.
General Store at Typestyles The shop is filled with items of unusual nature, selected with a sign-maker’s eye for graphic design, including vintage advertising signs, bottles, and tins. Includes a large selection of letters for decor, as well as initial jewelry, candles, and Hermann magnets. Made-to-order items, including labels, posters, signs, and wall quotes, are available.
Jessica's $5 Jewels, $5 jewelry, floral wreaths, signs, home decor, candy sundaes, floral arrangements. Trendy tees, sweatshirts & tanks from toddler to adult sizes.
Missouri Trading Post, A family-owned store featuring Missouri artists and quality crafters. A place to find gifts, decor, and clothing, including handcrafted, custom designs, as well as furniture, jewelry, spices, signs, baskets, pillows, soaps, flower arrangements, Myra bags, and holiday décor.
Saleigh Mountain Leather Company, Shoe repair, custom leatherwork, leather repair, shoe products, motorcycle and tool bags, including American-made Filson products, and Thorogood boots.
Seasonal Treasures, Gifts, including wall décor, greeting cards, purses, baby items, clothing, men’s items, and jewelry.
Sugar Momma's, Sugar Momma’s features homemade pies, by the slice or to go, frozen pies, and sometimes fried pies. Local favorites are coconut cream, cheesecake pecan, and bacon apple. The shop is filled with a large assortment of bulk candies, Amish and German candies, retro candies, Ted Drewes frozen custard, and Giofre Apiaries honey ice cream. The shop offers German and Hermann souvenirs and lots of gift merchandise.
Terraflora Botanicals and Gifts, Full-service florist, featuring botanicals, home décor and gifts, Inis beauty products, and ladies’ clothing. Floral delivery to Hermann and nearby area.
The Vine Boutique, Women’s and children’s clothing store featuring the latest fashion trends, along with accessories, greeting cards, and home décor.
Time for Memories, Hand-crafted items such as jewelry, baskets, and quilts. Shoppers can find things Grandma had or made such as Afghans, shawls, China, teas, jams, jellies, and teapots. Original art by local artist, Karen Steiner, such as oils, watercolors,acrylics, pastels, and colored pencil
4th Street Pizza, New York style pizza is the specialty here. Pasta, meatballs, sandwiches, and salads are also served. Pizza dough is made fresh and tossed on site. The meatballs, salad dressings, and sauces are homemade, and fresh bread is baked every morning. Gluten-free and thin-crust pizzas are also available.
Alpenhorn Kitchen, A full cooked from-scratch breakfast and several seasonal dinner choices are open to the public by reservation. Visitors can also schedule a time to join Chef Kate for a lunch demonstration or participate in a hands-on four-course dinner and wine pairing class.
Concert Hall, Built in 1878, the Concert Hall is the oldest continually operating tavern west of the Mississippi. Today the Concert Hall continues a time-honored tradition of good food and good times in Hermann. Sandwiches, seafood, steaks, pizza, and German specialties.
Downtown Deli and Custard Shoppe, The only place in town for hand-dipped ice cream, and a great place for delicious sandwiches and frozen custard. Featuring house-made bread, chips, and chicken salad. If the weather is nippy out, visitors will find homemade soups such as Creamy Tomato Basil soup or Potato Bacon soup.
Doxie Slush, A trendy, coastal-inspired dining spot located in the heart of downtown Hermann. NYC-trained chef/owner, Nicholas Renfroe, serves up high-end bar fare alongside scratch-made frozen cocktails, beer, and wine. Visitors will find a dog-friendly patio with a view of the Missouri River. Wifi and TV’s available for visitors.
Espresso Laine, Internet café featuring gourmet coffee and teas, hot or iced, including traditional espresso drinks. Real fruit smoothies, lemonade, and specialty sodas. Locally baked scones, kolache, biscotti, and cookies. Games & toys are available to play. Music on the patio – sometimes planned, sometimes spontaneous.
Harvest Table, Harvest Table Eatery serves fresh, house-made American, German, and Creative foods, using locally produced items when available. A full bar offers local and popular beers, wines, and spirits and is ready with a Bloody Mary bar for Sunday brunch.
Hermann 1837 Cellar Bar, Victorian-era bar located on the lower level of Hermann Crown Suites Hotel. Visitors can enjoy Missouri craft beers, Hermann area wines, and mixed drinks. A light menu and live music most weekends.
Hermann Wurst Haus, Deli-style restaurant in this meat and sausage shop offers award-winning bratwurst, hickory-smoked pulled pork, deli meat, and cheese sandwiches, house-made German sides, beer, wine, and root beer. All-You-Can-Eat Breakfast served Saturday and Sunday. Free samples.
Loose Caboose Saloon, Pizza, pretzel bites, sandwiches, chili, nachos, Chicago dogs, and drinks. Foosball, air hockey, darts, golf game, pool table, and video games. Boxing game, life-sized Jenga, and Connect4 games. Karaoke music and dancing.
Ricky's Chocolate Box, More than 200 kinds of candies are made on-site, including chocolate candies, clusters, turtles, candy canes, and covered pretzel
Stomp'n Grounds Espresso Bar, Serving craft coffees, coffee/alcohol drinks, non-coffee drinks and smoothies, fresh-baked pastries, and healthy treats. Breakfast is served all day, and lunch is served daily. Gluten-free and vegetarian options are available. Open mic night on most Fridays.
Tin Mill Brewing Company, Located in a landmark 100-year-old tin mill in historic downtown Hermann, Tin Mill Brewing Company is the only true lager microbrewery in the state of Missouri. The on-site restaurant offers appetizers, thin-crust pizza, bratwurst, and sandwiches. Mixed drinks from Black Shire Distillery, Hermannhof wine, and, of course, Tin Mill beers.
Vintage Restaurant, Located in a beautifully restored carriage house and horse barn just steps away from the winery, Vintage Restaurant offers contemporary cuisine, along with many German specialties. Reservations recommended.
Wings A-Blazin', A local favorite for casual dining, Wings A-Blazin’ serves fresh, never-frozen wings fried naked with a variety of temperatures and flavors, as well as salads, sandwiches, wraps, and pasta. Large 18-tap selection of microbrews. Big-screen TVs.