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Imogene's Tea Room Botanicals & Home Decor
16962 Manchester Rd, Wildwood, MO 63040

This quaint shop relocated from Chesterfield Valley to Wildwood during June 2012. They are housed in the buildingMore that used to be the Wildwood City Hall.

This store is a must-see, and boasts a wide variety of home decor and gifts as well as a charming tea room/restaurant.

They also offer a coffee bar with a variety of beans for the coffee lover to take home and grind on their own. The tea room's food is freshly prepared on site, and quiche is their specialty! Also be sure to try one of their amazing desserts!

Imogene's is the perfect stop to eat and shop, for a girl's day out or to celebrate any occasion.

Stovall's Grove
18720 Stovall Ln, Pacific, MO 63069
Stovall's Grove is a dance hall and bar. The building was a local icon before the municipality of Wildwood even existed.More The grove is used for concerts and outdoor seating. Dance lessons, fiddling exhibitions, barbecues, parties and benefits are routinely held at the bar, which was added to the city's historic registry in 2009.
Anniversary Park
16511 Clayton Rd, Wildwood, MO 63011

This community space, which was constructed  in honor of Wildwood's 10th anniversary, is a cozy retreatMore from the hectic day-to-day pace.  Children can enjoy the playground, swing, roll on grass, and romp right within the eye sight of grandparents, parents or guardians sitting on the multiple park benches on the perimeter of the play area. 

Older children may want to shoot hoops on the nearby single basketball court.

Reservations for the on-site pavilion will be taken no more than 365 days in advance of an event. The cost to reserve the pavilion is $30 for residents, and $50 for non-residents to cover administrative expenses. Groups using the pavilion are limited to 30 people, due to parking availability. Reservations can be done on-line or by a form available at Wildwood's City Hall. Payment is required within one week of an on-line reservation being made.

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