- The list below includes 44 free or cheap things to do in or near Fulton, Missouri, including 29 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Bowling, Specialty Museums and Libraries.
- From The National Churchill Museum to Auto World Car Museum, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Fulton and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Columbia and Jefferson City.
Ha Ha Tonka State Park's most notable feature is the stone ruins of a castle built by a Kansas City businessman who purchased the area known as 'ha ha tonka' which means 'laughing waters'. It could have referred to the springs below the castle.
Ravenswood is a plantation farmhouse built in 1880. The home is full of the original furnishings from all over the world gathered by the first two generations of the house. The furniture, photos, dresses, and fading letters show so much history.
The Astral Glass Studio and Gallery has custom blown glass and jewelry for sale. Visitors can also watch the gallery's owners make different creations from glass and learn about the art of glass making.
Built in 1895, Roslyn Heights is a historical mansion that serves as the headquarters for the historical society group 'Daughters of the American Revolution'. Visitors commonly enjoy touring the house and learning facts about past times there.
The three nightlong Missouri River Festival of the Arts is an art festival that features classically trained artists that are recognized around the region and nationally. The festival has musical performances as well as art exhibitions.
Devoted to promoting art and culture in the Boonville area, Friends of Historic Boonville was founded in 1971. The group maintains and preserves local historic buildings, and sponsors performances in the area.
Preserved by the Friends of Historic Boonville, Thespian Hall is a historic building built by the early settlers in the 1800s. Visitors can schedule an appointment to take a tour of the building, which was used in the Civil War.
Located on 31 acres of bluffs overlooking the Missouri River, Harley Park was donated in 1887 by the Harley family. The park features playgrounds, baseball fields, picnic shelters, prehistoric Indian Mounds, open grassy areas and restroom facilities.