for a Fall Foliage Adventure
Our Mississippi River Valley trees normally begin to transform
September, and peak in mid-late October.
This year they seem to be a bit earlier than usual, due to our
drought this summer.
color now and by the third week of October we should be close to peak.
Check our Availability calendar for available dates.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, we offer a Weekday Savings Plan.
See our rates
page for more details.
Weekends are basically full. Remember to book early for Autumn
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Enjoy the beauty of Autumn in Hannibal...
Hannibal's Most Historic Bed and Breakfast, in the downtown Historic District.
The maple trees on our street are phenomenal.
The above photo of downtown Hannibal and the riverfront,
was captured from Lover's Leap. Mark Twain Memorial lighthouse
and the new Mark Twain bridge are visible.
Snapped in 2005 to show the trees along the river,
these will soon be glowing brightly with magnificent autumn colors.
The Mississippi River Valley puts on a magnificent show
the months of October and early November.
No matter whether you are traveling from the north, south,
east, or west, the fall foliage is sure to please.
Join us in Hannibal this Autumn...