Marquand, MO is situated on the Castor River and is just 30 minutes South of Farmington, MO. With antique shops, wineries, state parks, and restaurants within a short driving distance (plus some in town attractions), you will be able to spend your day out on an adventure and then unwind at the Belmont Inn B&B at the end of the day! Take a look at some of our recommended attractions.
Homan Hall Performing Arts Center in Marquand, MO has live performances and special events.
The Gallery in Marquand exhibits the artwork of local Missouri Artists
The Depot Museum in Marquand, MO provides insight into the people and history of Marquand.
Reagan Hotel Memorial Gardens and Historic Site gives a peek into Marquand's past as a train town
Durso Hills Winery and Bistro is a great spot for in-town dining
Castor River Shut-ins in Fredericktown, MO has Missouri's only known pink granite shut-ins
Amidon Memorial Conservation Area along the Castor River offers close-by natural beauty
Johnson's Shut-Ins offers placid scenes among the rugged St. Francois Mountains
Millstream Gardens Conservation Area offers access to Tiemann Shut-ins and is halfway between Fredericktown and Arcadia
Elephant Rocks State Park and its huge granite boulders are quite the site at this geological reserve
Taum Sauk Mountain touts the highest point in Missouri