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Explore the Stops of Eastern Missouri
From the Bootheel to the Big Arch and beyond, eastern Missouri features small-town and big city landmarks. Enjoy professional sports, the Mark Twain Boyhood Home, and even a throwed roll – all on the banks of the Mighty Mississippi.
Set in southeastern Missouri on the Mississippi River, Sikeston is a visitor friendly city full of historic sites, shopping, and great attractions.
As seen on TV, Lambert's Café is known for its famed “throwed rolls.” Be sure to pull over and catch one!
A cool little museum for your road trip, the Southeast Missouri Agricultural Museum houses the largest collection of vintage farm equipment in Missouri.
Southeast Missouri has some great golf courses, including two in Sikeston. Check out the Bootheel Golf Club, and the Sikeston Country Club & Golf Course.