Popular Perry County Attractions Virtual Tours
Perry County, Missouri, boasts a rich German heritage with many beautiful places to visit. You can start exploring right here and right now with our collection of virtual 360-degree tours of popular attractions in Perry County.
Simply pick a place below to start a tour and click on the image to begin. Once open, click on the image and drag it left to right and up and down to change your view. Click on features within the image to advance through the attraction and zoom in on places of interest.
Go back in time with the Perry County Lutheran Historical Society’s state-of-the-art museum to uncover the 1839 German-Lutheran immigration.
See what it would be like to live in Missouri in a log home in the 1800s. Explore four log homes, including a two-story and double cabin.
Explore the Faherty House built between 1827 and 1831, and see the four-room brick and stone houses from two different periods.
Honor our nation’s veterans, both past and present, as we pay respect to those who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.
Marvel at the architecture and the magnificent works of art inside this Roman Catholic church and former seminary established in 1818.
Look inside the little school built in 1898 that once served as a day school for the children of the Concordia Lutheran parish.
Venture out on this mystical and historic limestone structure that is only accessible when the Mississippi River level is at its lowest.