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  • Teddy Joe's Bar and Grill
    Stop by Teddy Joe's Bar and Grill in Martinsburg for a quick and tasty bite to eat. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on Teddy Joe's Bar and Grill's menu. Whether you have a large or small group, Teddy Joe's Bar and Grill can accommodate both. Be prepared to raise your voice, though — the restaurant can get noisy. Dress is typically casual at Teddy Joe's Bar and Grill, so leave the fancy duds behind for the evening. Street parking is provided for those dining at the restaurant's W Washington St location. Prices at Teddy Joe's Bar and Grill are moderate — most diners plunk down about $30 per meal. Teddy Joe's Bar and Grill accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and all major credit cards.
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    144 W Washington St
    Martinsburg, MO US
  • National Churchill Museum
    "An Iron Curtain has descended across the Continent." It was 1946 when Winston Churchill delivered that line during a speech at Westminster College. The iconic phrase has been frozen in time ever since, including at the Iron Curtain sculpture that now stands on campus and almost never blinks. The sculpture depicts the statesman in middle of the speech that arguably marked the beginning of the Cold War. Churchill's voice and leadership marked many of the 20th Century's most important moments, and this legacy is chronicled within Westminster College's National Churchill Museum. The museum is housed beneath St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, a church originally built in London in 1677 and eventually moved stone by stone to the college's campus. Here, the Winston S. Churchill: A Life of Leadership exhibit chronicles Churchill's life in full. Displays incorporate artifacts, audio-visual components, and interactive areas, including a "gentleman's club" with an overstuffed chair, where visitors can listen to tales of Churchill's intelligence and humor. In addition to this permanent exhibit, rotating exhibits showcase different items from the museum's ever-growing vault, which now houses more than 10,000 artifacts.
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    501 Westminster Avenue
    Fulton, MO US
  • 1851 Underground Tap & Grill
    Whether they're sidling up to the bar or getting cozy at a table, diners and drinkers sate appetites and slake thirst six days a week at 1851 Underground Tap & Grill. The menu is home to a variety of bar-friendly fare, such as jumbo wings, tacos inspired by both coasts, and customizable burgers. Nightly drink specials are also offered.
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    111 E 5th St
    Fulton, MO US
  • Boster Castle
    Knights, lords, and ladies all find good reason to journey to Boster Castle, a permanent Renaissance village that also functions as a film studio and year-round festival space. The castle hosts elaborately staged annual festivals, transporting visitors to eras of the distant past. Patrons find themselves in the midst of a storybook Renaissance town populated by archery tournaments, turkey legs, crooning minstrels, and live comedy shows. Attendees can peruse vendors boasting authentic weaponry, period costumes, and the latest in chain-mail formal-wear. The castle also hosts additional themed socials in which revelers can sit for entertainment and fare surrounded by mythical cultures, fantasy worlds, or storied periods in history.
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    4274 County Hwy. 220
    Kingdom City, MO US
  • Battle Creek Paintball
    Battlecreek Paintball's six fields see prismatic warfare year-round, rain or shine. On any of the five outdoor woodland fields and indoor urban assault course, squads of players mimic firefights with flanking maneuvers and extended periods of playing dead. With normal admission, the staff provides markers and all the protective equipment needed to survive a mural to the face.
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    4274 County Rd. 220
    Kingdom City, MO US
  • Fulton Bowling Center
    At Fulton Bowling Center, patrons pummel pins across 16 lanes and fuel up with pizza, sandwiches, and drinks at the Ten Pin Cafe. Tournaments and leagues facilitate competitive rivalries or guests can angle cue balls on pool tables and quell a hunger for blinking ghosts at the arcade. The alley welcomes all kinds of people, including herds of field tripping children and bands of adults attending leisurely office get-togethers or bands of adults playing hooky from work.
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    530 Commons Dr.
    Fulton, MO US
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