Galleries, Potters, Glass Blowers,  all in the Steelville area, are listed here.

Photo of Cuba Route 66 Mural City
Phone: 573-885-2531
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Day Lark Jonas Museum
319 W Main Street Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-2505
Donated to Steelville in 2000 by Helen Jonas, this home represents a family history dating to 1889. Many of the antiques in the museum belonged to the families that lived in the home. Open Memorial Day through Labor Day on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. and admission is free.
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Evans House
503 W. Main Steelville MO 65565
Phone: 573-775-2151

The Evans House, located across from First Community  National Bank, was purchased last year by The Steelville Arts Council to be utilized as a downtown center for the arts. The Evans House is available for art gallery space, as rental over-flow space for Wildwood concert-goers, to the public for family gatherings, baby and wedding showers and business socials. We offer specific art events. " we want to touch every art form out there, we want to include not only the visual arts, but speech and drama and dance too."

Contact 573-775-1000 for more info.

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History Museum
Smith St Cuba MO 65453
Phone: 573-885-2531
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Meramec Agriculture Museum
320 S Bourbeuse St. St James MO
Phone: (573) 265-3837
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Meramec Spring Museum
21880 Maramec Spring Dr St James MO
Phone: (573) 265-3527
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Rosati Winery Museum
22050 State Route KK St James MO
Phone: (573)265-3000
IN THE MIDDLE OF THE OZARK HIGHLANDS WINE REGION,  WE CELEBRATE THE  ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS WHO CAME TO AMERICA LOOKING FOR A BETTER LIFE. Their journey led them to settle in Knobview, now known as Rosati and were prominent in the development of the current wine industry in the St. James area. Rosati Winery Museum is the oldest winery in the Ozark Highlands wine region and one of the oldest in the state of Missouri. The Rosati Winery building features: 1) The Museum-dedicated to the Italian community that formed Rosati  2) Banquet Room-available for weddings, receptions,parties and meetings and is used as the venue for our entertainment events, and 3) Gift Shop/Wine Tasting Room- which features selected wines of the eight Missouri wine regions.
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Three Squirrels Winery
17301 State Route B St. James MO
Phone: 573-265-7742
Monday – Thursday  by appointment /  Friday: 1:00 – 5:30 / Saturday: 11:00 – 6:00 / Sunday: Noon – 5:00 Three Squirrels Winery offers cheese, crackers and meat selections sure to satisfy.  Some prefer savoring fine chocolates with their glass of Norton while enjoying the local scenery. We also maintain a selection of bottled beer and soft drinks for the non drinkers in your group. Come visit us and enjoy some time in the scenic Missouri countryside.  We are located at the northern edge of the Ozarks, just a short drive from several Missouri attractions. In addition to our selection of fine Missouri wines, we also feature an art gallery showcasing local and regional artists. The winery and gallery are located inside a historic dairy barn at the edge of our vineyards.  Come stroll through the gallery, sample fine Missouri wines, and relax on our covered porch overlooking the countryside.  
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