Clarksville Glassworks, one of the neat artist shops in downtown Clarksville, has a theater area in the back where you can watch them blow glass. Very cool! They don't blow glass every day there because they have another shop in New Haven, MO also where they spend some of their time. Call ahead to see.
The Clarksville Station is an oasis in this small, artsy rivertown. You could spend a day there, from gourmet breakfast to sitting by the fishpond and listening to the fountains to a toasty evening by the outside firepit. Heavily landscaped with beautiful specimens, you could get lost there. I think it's an ideal place for photography because as the light changes the foilage and architectural elements change throughout the day. What a gorgeous place! Great food and wine, awesome setting and the gift shop is full of unique and beautiful things. The owner also owns 2 beautiful B & Bs full of antiques, so you can come and stay and spend a few days perusing all the artist shops and visiting the local winery.
Wonderful little area of small shops. Pottery, painted drums, handcrafted items of wonderful quality -- come visit! Be charmed by the look of the renovated area.
25795 Highway N, Clarksville, Missouri, 63336, United States