Sweet Treats & Things To Do While at the Limousin Jr. National!

Sweet Treats: The Urban Cup
If you’re looking for a gourmet cupcake The Urban Cup is for you! Their cupcakes are just almost too pretty to eat! Oh, and you can’t forget about the sugar cookie that is piled high with frosting. Try some of their classic cupcakes like bacon pecan or the strawberry shortcake! The local’s favorite place to stop! For more information & directions. Click here.


Maes Gelateria
Family owned, locally sourced, delicious. Known as the “Most authentic I have had” gelato. With such a wide variety of flavors 22 to be exact like spicy chili chocolate and toasted marshmallow. Not only do they have gelato but they also have sorbet, dolce waffle, and coffee! Just looking at the images will make you hungry. For more information & directions. Click here.


Hurts Donut
Open 25 hours a day and 8 days a week Hurts Donuts is a specialty donut shop. With extravagant donuts with a wide variety and uniqueness by having s’mores, Oreo cheesecake, and cinnamon toast donut with cereal on top. These donuts will make you full but you will crave more of them. For more information & directions. Click here.

Things to do:


Fantastic Caverns
The cavern was discovered by John Knox in 1862 he didn’t want the cave to be exploited by the Union or Confederate it was kept a secret until 1867. The American Ride thru cave lies beneath the rolling Ozarks hills and with an underground river. On the tour, you will learn about the origins of the cave, the formation, and cave pearls. For more information & directions. Click here.


Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium
Voted America’s Best Aquarium an all-new 1.5-million-gallon aquarium that showcases over 35,000 live fish, mammals, reptiles, and birds. Not only do they have an aquarium but they is as wildlife galleries that covers 1.5 miles. All ages will be entertained at the aquarium and it is across the road from Bass Pro Headquarters! For more information & directions. Click here.


Route 66 Car Museum
The Route 66 Car Museum is a privately-owned car collection, the collection began in 1990 owner Guy Mace bought his first Jaguar. From then on, the collection has only gotten bigger and bigger. The collection includes early brass era cars, 1933 Auburn 12, and the 1926 Kissel Brougham. Come see cars from 1907 to 2007! For more information & directions. Click here.

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