Cuba is a city in Central Missouri.
Access is normally by road; Cuba is part of the Route 66 which once joined Chicago and Santa Monica. Route 66 in Missouri was entirely bypassed by Interstate 44 in the 1970s, with almost all signage removed from the state by 1979.
There is a Cuba Municipal Airport () with two runways, but no local control tower and no scheduled air service.
There is one local taxi, Cuba Cab at +1 573-885-7433.
address: SW Main at South PrairieThe "calaboose" is a tiny, historically-listed freestanding one-room concrete block structure used as a town jail from 1908-1954.
address: Rt. 6612 Outdoor Murals along the Rt. 66 Corridor
Fanning 66 Outpostphone: +1 573 885-1474address: 5957 Route ZZ, CubaA general store and souvenir shop in a tiny village four miles west of Cuba on Route 66. Listed by Guinness as home of the World's Largest Rocking Chair in 2008; it lost this record to Casey, Illinois in 2015. The Route 66 Rocker stands just over 42 feet tall.
Route 66 Cuba FestOne weekend, mid-October, festive activities and live music.
All in Stitches Mercantileaddress: 110 S. Smith St.Sells reproductions of American Civil War clothing and accessories.
Missouri Hick Bar-B-Qaddress: 913 E. Washington (Old Route 66)great bbq with more than fair pricing! Another must stop joint for the foodie road warrior on Route 66. Outstanding hickory-smoked BBQ and killer cobbler. Food like this is why Americans need to drive giant vehicles.
address: 246 Highway P
address: 97 Ozark Dr.
address: 28 Highway P
phone: +1 573-885-3411address: 901 E Washington St.Oldest continuously-operating motel on US Route 66 (established 1938), three fieldstone buildings with 19 rooms and neon signage, listed as historic district on National Register of Historic Places in 2003. Restored 2011 with HDTV, wi-fi, souvenir shop, laundry, motorcycle parking, deck and pavilion.
- Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center at exit 208 on I-44. T-shirts, coffee, water, rest rooms, free WiFi and tourist information.