Hermann, MO – Where Love is Always in the Air
No matter whether you’re engaged, a newlywed, or you’ve been with your partner for years or decades, it’s important to carve out time to spend together to strengthen your bond or rekindle the romance. In Hermann, there’s no shortage of activities to plan a date night or romantic getaway for you and the one you love to enjoy together.
Celebrate With Your Valentine
The day of love is just around the corner. Start planning now for a fun, adventurous, or romantic Valentine’s Day celebration with your partner.
A spa day or couple’s massage is always a great way to relax, unwind, and allow the stress of daily life to melt away. Enjoy a sauna, facial, reflexology, Reiki, aromatherapy, and more. Each of our spas offers customized massages and spa services sure to help reset your mind and body. If you’re in need of deep relaxation, Massage for Your Health offers float therapy sessions to help visitors achieve a deep state of relaxation.
Experiences You’ll Remember for a Lifetime
Hermann is full of one-of-a-kind experiences for couples. From wine and spirit tastings and dining, to shopping and exploring museums and historical places. If you want a little different sampling adventure, Adam Puchta Winery hosts an elevated tasting experience. Uniquely intimate, visitors can journey through award-winning wines and more than 165 years of wine- making history in Missouri Wine Country.
Couples can view or create art together at Blank Canvas Gallery & Studio or, if the weather cooperates, get out and about for an outdoor adventure. Stroll or bike through the historic Hermann downtown, explore with a self-guided walking tour via GuidiGo, or cycle the Katy Trail on the nation’s longest rails-to-trails project. There’s an outdoor adventure for every couple.
Dining Out is an Experience in Itself
For a unique, romantic dining experience, couples can start with handcrafted cocktails in a cozy setting at Evergreen. For dinner, both Vintage 1847 Restaurant at Stone Hill and Fernweh Distilling Co. provide romantic dining options. Fernweh has hand-crafted spirits, a view of the distillery production facility, guided tasting experience, cocktail bar, and entrees that will make you hungry just reading about them. Housed in Stone Hill Winery’s original horse barn and carriage room, Vintage 1847 Restaurant has tables set in horse stalls that creates a unique atmosphere for their American cuisine and German house specialties that pair perfectly with award-winning wines. Don’t forget to pop into Bar Vin after dinner for a decadent dessert and wine pairing.
Add A Little Extra to Your Overnight Stay
When you’ve explored to your heart’s content, a comfortable place to rest your head awaits. From cozy cottages to luxury suites, or something in-between, Hermann’s establishments offer everything from oversized tubs and in-room fireplaces to hot tubs, breakfast in bed, and other add-ons to make your stay exceptional.
Who says you have to go out to have a great time? Many of Hermann’s overnight accommodations offer in-room packages, with extra special touches like stocking your room with fresh flowers or roses, providing chocolate covered strawberries and sparkling wine, serving wine and cheese plates, or other services delivered right to your door. Hermann is known for its scenic views, and many rooms provide stunning views to watch the sun rise or set on a perfect day. Start exploring at VisitHermann.com/stay.
Start Planning Your Wedding
If you got engaged over the holiday season, congratulations! There’s no reason planning your dream wedding can’t be a breeze. There are three Hermann Wedding Trail events hosted each year to showcase everything the city has to offer couples tying the knot.
The first Hermann Wedding Trail is set for Sunday, January 15, followed by April 2 and August 13. In addition to touring wedding venues that can fit any dream wedding, participants can sample food and drinks and learn more about other area vendors from photographers to florists, bakers, caterers and more.
Whether you’re saying, “I do” or “I still do,” Hermann has everything you need to say it with love.