About Fulton, Missouri
Nestled in the rolling green hills of Central Missouri, Fulton will charm you with its small-town, big-hearted ambiance. Rich in history, nature, and hospitality, Fulton appeals to students, parents, staff and employers alike. And, when you want “big city” living, it’s short drive to St. Louis where you can ride to the top of the 630-ft Gateway Arch — legacy to courageous westward expansion. For a bigger ride thrill, there’s always Six Flags, St. Louis.
Americana at its finest
Find peaceful serenity and untrampled wild beauty among hundreds of acres of state and national parks, like the Mark Twain National Forest and Stinson Creek Trail, for hiking, biking, horseback riding, kayaking, golfing and fishing. And visitors of any age will enjoy Fulton’s walkable, historic downtown “brick district” for shopping, antiquing and dining. Car buffs can take in the Auto World Car Museum, which houses one of only two known 1895 Haynes “Pioneer” autos (the other is in the Smithsonian).
A place in history
During your time in Fulton, you can visit historic sites and museums that span the breadth of American and world history. Nearby are the National Churchill Museum and Library, where Winston Churchill gave his famous “Iron Curtain” speech. Tour Moore’s Mill and Overton Run Civil War battle sites.
Small town, southern living
Fulton, Missouri is ranked as one of the 15 most affordable small towns we love by Southern Living magazine.