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Andrew County Historical Society & Museum
Operated by the Andrew
County Historical Society, the museum collects, preserves and
displays artifacts related to the history of Andrew County, MO.
Located at 202 East Duncan Drive in Savannah, Missouri.
The following history museums are operated by the
County Historical Society located at 501 S. Muldrow in Mexico,
Saddlebred Horse Museum
Once known as the Saddlebred Horse Capital of the
World, Mexico, Missouri boasts this museum featuring equestrian
memorabilia along with related history exhibits.
Originally known as Prairie View Church, construction
was completed in 1889. It was moved to the grounds for the
Audrain County Historical Society in 1998.
A 1903 One Room School House furnished in period
An 1857 antebellum mansion built by John P. Clark and
visited by Ulysses S. Grant during the Civil War. Located in
Robert S. Green Park in Mexico, Missouri.
Vandalia Area Historical Society and Museum
The museum is located in the heart of the downtown
area in a recently restored store-front building built by Vandalia's
founder, Aaron McPike in 1876. This building carries a long
and significant history, but it now houses countless rare artifacts
that "tells the story" of the many historical events in the
community. Yet more importantly, this museum "tells the story"
of the many people that made these events occur and the lives they
lead throughout these numerous generations of Vandalians.
Located at 112 S. Main in Vandalia, MO.
The museum is focused on the history of Barry County,
Missouri and features displays and artifacts which include a log
cabin, the Black Schoolhouse, a 59 firetruck and many other
historical items. Located on Highway 112 South in Cassville,
Golden Pioneer Museum
The museum features a collections of Early American
pattern glassware, Native American arrowheads and artifacts,
minerals, pocket watches and Civil War artifacts. Located in
at the corner of Highway 86 & Highway J in Golden, MO.
Boone Junction History Village
New in the summer of 2007 is this docent guided tour
of three historic structures in Boone County, Missouri. These
include the 1877 Maplewood House, the 1821 Gordon-Collins Cabin and
the 1890 Easley country store. Operated by the Boone County
Historical Society at 3801 Ponderosa Street in Columbia, Missouri.
Maplewood Historic Home
A farm home built in 1877 by Slater Ensor Lenoir.
Located in the Frank G. Nifong Park, the home is only open for tours
during certain times. Be sure to check with the
County Historical Society for current days and times.
Walters - Boone County Historical Museum
16,000 square feet of
exhibits related to the pioneer movement along the Boonslick Trace.
The Society archives is available for research. Located at
3801 Ponderosa Street in Columbia, MO.
Jesse James Historic Home
The home to infamous Jesse James is located behind
Patee House and contains many items
owned by the James family as well as exhibits about the 1995
exhumation of Jesse James body, when it was proven with 99.7%
accuracy that the body is indeed that of Jesse James.
1202 Penn Street, St. Joseph, MO.
National Military Heritage Museum
Exhibits and collections
in this military museum, cover all branches of the US Armed Forces
from 1800 to present day. Located at 701 Messanie in St.
Patee House Museum
Patee House, built in
1858 and originally serving as a hotel, was used as the Pony Express
Headquarters 1860-1861. It is also the place where the
investigation into the death of Jesse James was held. The
Jesse James home is directly behind the museum Inside the
museum, you will find a museum of transportation and communication
along with a general store and many historical artifacts of the
area. 1202 Penn Street, St. Joseph, MO.
Express National Museum
Preserving the history
of the Pony Express, the museum is housed in Pikes Peak Stables,
where the Pony Express sent out it's first rider on April 3, 1860.
Located at 914 Penn Street in St. Joseph, Missouri.
St. Joseph Historical Museum
Focused on the history of St. Joseph and the Midland
Empire, the museum actually features 3 museums at one location.
All 3 are located at 3406 Frederick Avenue in St. Joseph, MO.
The St. Joseph Museum - Features a large collection of
Native American artifacts.
The Glore Psychiatric Museum -
The museum chronicles the
history of State Lunatic Asylum No. 2.
The Black Archives Museum -
Featuring exhibits about the
Underground Railroad, Middle Passage, Desegregation and other
topics related to African American history in St. Joseph, MO,
the museum also features displays devoted to Black
musicians such as Donnie May and Etta Green Cox.
Wyeth Tootle Historic Mansion
Constructed in 1879,
this beautiful gothic style mansion was home to William and Eliza
Wyeth. In 1887 the home was sold to Kate Tootle. The
mansion remained in the Tootle family until 1946. For 60 years
the home has been a museum featuring exhibits and artifacts related
to the history of St. Joseph, the life and death of Jesse James and
the Civil War. Located at 1100 Charles in St. Joseph Missouri.
Kingdom of Callaway
Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society Museum
of Callaway] [Historic
Focused on the history of Callaway and the
surrounding area, the museum features historical artifacts,
documents and photos in it's collection. Researchers will find
genealogical materials for their perusal and for sale.
Location is 513 Court Street in Fulton, MO.
Chariton County Historical Society & Museum
The museum is focused on the history of pioneer
settlement of Chariton County. Exhibits of early household
items, and military memorabilia are on display and they feature a
unique replica of an early 1900s main street. Buildings
include a general store, blacksmith, printing shop, barber shop and
bank. Located at 115 E. Second Street in Salisbury, MO.
County Museum and Historical Society
Housed inside a
beautiful historical building built in 1865 and used as a drug store
and doctor's office until 1963, the museum features historical
artifacts, exhibits and displays related to the history of Clay
County, Missouri. Located on the historic square at 14 North
Main Street in Liberty, Missouri.
Excelsior Springs Historical Museum
Preservation of documents and artifacts regarding the
history of the people who have lived in the Excelsior Springs
community is the focus of this history museum. The museum
includes a research archives. Located at 101 East Broadway in Excelsior Springs, MO.
Cole County Historical Society
Cole County Historical Society
The Society's collections include paintings,
pictures, records, documents, and other artifacts directly related
to the history of Cole County, including its role as the seat of
Missouri State government. Special displays include inaugural gowns
of governorís wives and our Civil War Room.
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Arrangements for groups of 15 or more can be made by calling the
museum at (573)635-1850 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org . Admission
charged. Research library open Mondays 10:00 until 3:30 or by prior
109 Madison Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Missouri State Museum
The Missouri State Museum provides guided tours of
the Missouri State Capitol building which holds the Missouri State
Museum. The state museum houses a large collection of exhibits
and over 93,000 cultural artifacts which provide a look into
Missouri's history, legends and cultural achievements. There are 4
floors to explore in the Capitol where visitors can take the free
guided tour or wander at their leisure. The
Missouri State Capitol building has over 500,000 square feet of
floor space. There have been 3 different Capitol buildings.
The first was erected in 1837, followed by one built in the late
1880s. The present Capitol building was dedicated in 1924
after the previous one was lost in a 1911 fire. The Missouri State
Capitol is located at 201 W. Capitol Avenue in Jefferson, MO.
The Missouri State Museum also manages the
Jefferson Landing State Historic site which is about a block
away at the corner of Jefferson Street and Capitol Avenue.
This site is a rare surviving Missouri River landing. The site
features the Lohman Building which was built in 1839 and served as a
tavern and hotel. Today it holds a visitor center with
exhibits on transportation. Directly across the street from
the Lohman Building is the 1855 Union Hotel. The Union Hotel
holds the Elizabeth Rozier Gallery along with rotating exhibits
related to Missouri art and culture.
County Historical Society & Museum
The Crawford County Historical Society was started in
1968 with one cabinet and three items. Housed inside a 1934
rock building, the museum today, is 3
stories filled with historical artifacts and documents.
Exhibits include military uniforms from the Spanish American war to
present, a one room school house, a 19th century kitchen display,
vintage clothing, 19th century farm equipment, a 1929 dental office,
Crawford County genealogy, and Route 66 information. There is
genealogy section filled with documents, family group sheets and
family histories for those interested in research. Located at
308 N. Smith in Cuba, MO.
Douglas County Historical Society & Museum
Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home and Museum
Malden Historical Museum
Although devoted to the history of Malden, the museum
also features items which are thousands of years old in the Dennis
Collection of Egyptian Antiquities. Located at 201 N. Beckwith
in Malden, MO.
Deutschheim State Historic Site
White House Hotel 1868
The lovely 3 story brick hotel holds 36 rooms with
authentic furnishings in the pre-1900 period. The original
saloon, "the First and Last Stop" is still intact and the hotel
includes a full basement with wine cellar and indoor water well.
In addition to the regular tours, visitors can also take a step back
in time with a special living history tour. These Lantern
Tours are provided in the evening with lantern lighting and live
actors dressed in period costume. Located at 232 Wharf Street
in historic Hermann, MO.
Air & Military Museum of the Ozarks
for Springfield [Virtual
Experience the heritage
of Springfield and Green County, Missouri. The museum explores
the history of this area from prehistoric times through the 1950s
and houses a collection of research materials which include over
20,000 historical photos. Located in the old Springfield City
Hall built in 1894 at 830 Boonville Avenue in Springfield, MO.
Operated by the Bonniebrook Historical Society, the
museum is housed in a replica home of Rose O'Neill, famed creator of
Kewpie Dolls. Exhibits feature her artwork and kewpie dolls
along with the story of her life and times. Located at 485
Rose O'Neill Road in Walnut Shade, MO.
Ozarks Afro-American Heritage Museum
Wilson's Creek National Battlefield
Hickory County Museum [Hickory
County History Timeline]
Housed in the John Siddles Williams House and
operated by the Hickory County Historical Society, the museum
displays artifacts and exhibits related to the county history.
A research center is also available. Adjacent to the museum,
is an old log cabin and well. Located on museum street in
Hermitage Court House Square and Jail
Wheatland Settlers Village
The site is home to 13 authentic log cabins which
have been moved to the site for preservation. Some of these
are the 1850 Akard cabin, 1840 cabin built by Jerome McCracken, and
the 1858 Carbin cabin built by Benjamin F. Fugate. During
special occasions and events, it becomes a living history village
providing entertainment, crafters and artists. Located on the
town square in Wheatland, MO.
Truman Presidential Museum & Library
Joplin Museum Complex
- Dedicated to the history of Carthage
Devoted to the artifacts uncovered and preserved from
the grand paddle steamer "The Arabia" which sank in the Missouri
River in 1856. This steamboat has been unearthed from her
perilous resting place and artifacts are still being added to this
fascinating museum. Located at 400 Grand Blvd. in Kansas
Kansas City Museum
War I Museum
The National WWI
Museum at Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, Missouri, is the first
and only American museum dedicated to the "Great War." With one of
the greatest collections of WWI artifacts, the state-of-the-art
complex uses highly interactive technology to bring history to life.
Located at the Liberty Memorial at 100 W. 26th Street in Kansas
Built in 1914, this well known landmark has been
fully restored and is host to historic exhibits, a science center, a
theater district, restaurants and of course you can still catch the
train at Union Station.
of Lexington State Park [Battle
Standing on the site
Oliver Anderson House which was the center of a bloody three day
Civil War battle in 1861. A
visitor's center features information about the battle which
occurred on the site. Located in the town of Lexington, MO.
Concordia Area Museum
The museum is operated
by the Concordia Area Heritage Society and features 3 rooms of
historical photographs, historical records, memorabilia, military,
farming and household artifacts and items related to the history of
the Concordia area of Missouri. Housed inside the Concordia
Community Center at 802 S. Gordon Street in Concordia, MO. Call
660-463-7702 to arrange tours.
Confederate Memorial State Historic Site
Site Tours] [Photo
This state historic
site was once home to the Confederate Soldiers Home of Missouri.
Today, visitors can tour the grounds, visit the restored chapel and
Confederate cemetery along with 3 other historical buildings.
Sitting on 135 acres, it is a Missouri State Park and has lakes to
fish in, walking trails and places to picnic. Visitors may
take unguided tours or guided tours. It is best to call to
schedule a guided tour as they are not available every day of the
week but they are free and very informative. Tours are about
45 minutes and include the chapel and cemetery. 660-584-2853.
Located at 211 West First Street in Higginsville, MO.
Higginsville Historical Depot
Built in 1889, the
Higginsville Depot was purchased by Charles Aversman and restored.
Today, the depot is owned by the Harvey J. Higgins Historical
Society and houses the historical collections they hold. The depot
holds historical artifacts and items related to the last train depot
in Lafayette County, Missouri along with railroad memorabilia and
local history materials for the genealogy researcher. Open
seasonally in the afternoons. The society is located at 1900
Main Street while the Depot is located at 2113 Main Street in
Lafayette County Courthouse
Built in 1847, the
Lafayette County Courthouse is the oldest courthouse in continue use
in Missouri. Open to visitors during daily business hours.
Be sure to take a look at the column on the left side of the
building. There is a cannonball from the Civil War's Battle of
Lexington still embedded in it from the battle fought on September
18, 19 and 20th in 1861.
Lexington Historical Museum
The museum is housed
inside the 1846 Cumberland Presbyterian Church building.
Visitors will view displays and exhibits focused on the Osage
Indians, Pony Express, steamboats, the Civil War, the Wentworth
Military Academy, coal mining and artifacts related to the history
of Lexington, Missouri and the surrounding area. Located at
112 S. 13th Street in Lexington, MO.
The Log House
The 2 story log house
was built in the 1830s. Today, the owner Janie Hodges Anderson
runs an antique shop inside. Located at 309 Broadway in
Boyhood Home of Walt Disney
Locust Creek Covered Bridge State Park
The bridge, originally known as the Linn County
Bridge, was built in 1868 and is the longest (151 feet) surviving
covered bridge in Missouri.
Walt Disney Hometown
River Historical Society Museum
Focused on the history
of Livingston County area of Missouri, the museum is operated by the
Grand River Historical Society. Located at 1401 Forest Drive
in Chillicothe, MO.
Woodside Mansion [History]
Originally set on a one mile parcel of land, the
mansion as home to John Garth. Today it is still being
restored. Offering a bed and breakfast along with the Woodside
restaurant and weddings are often held here. Located at 11069
New London Road in Hannibal, MO.
Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum [Virtual
The museum includes several buildings. The
boyhood home of Mark Twain, John M. Clemens Justice of the Peace
Office, the Pilaster House / Grant's Drug Store, the Becky Thatcher
House, Huckleberry Finn House and the Museum Gallery are among them.
The Interpretive Center is located at 415 North Main in Hannibal,
MO. The home is located at 206 Hill Street.
Mark Twain Cave
The Mark Twain cave system was discovered in 1819 and
has been offering guided tours into it's depths for over 114 years.
Well known for it's explorations by Samuel Clemens. On Highway
79, 1 mile south of Hannibal, Missouri.
Old Bay Mill
Construction of this
magnificent home began in 1898. Home to the John Cruikshank
family, the house sits on a rocky cliff overlooking the Mississippi
River. The home has been saved and restored. Tours are
offered. 1000 Bird in Hannibal, MO.
McDonald County Historical Museum
Operated by the
McDonald County Historical Society, the main focus of the museum is on the local history of
McDonald County. Located at 302 Harmon in Pineville, MO.
New Madrid County
Higgerson School Historic Site
A restored one-room schoolhouse.
300 Maine Street
New Madrid, MO
An antebellum mansion, built in 1860 and was once
home to William Washington Hunter. The home contains original
furnishings including a collection of Mitchell and Rammelsberg
furniture. Located on Dawson Road in New Madrid, MO.
New Madrid Historical Museum
Housed in a former saloon, the museum offers exhibits
related to the history of the area and includes a nice collection of
Native American artifacts. Featured is the collection about
the great New Madrid earthquakes of 1811 and 1812. Visit at
No.1 Main Street in New Madrid, MO.
Washington Carver National Monument
Nodaway County Historical Society and Museum
Shop / Wine Tasting]
The museum is dedicated
to the Italian immigrants who came to America and formed the
community of Rosati, Missouri. Visitors will learn about the history
of Rosati, the historic winery and the effects of Route 66 on the
businesses along the historic highway. Artifacts include
vintage wine making equipment, old photographs, documents and
business ledgers of the 1930s-1940s winery era and vintage wine
bottles. Wine tasting, purchase and sipping is allowed inside
the museum. Located at 22050 State Route KK in St. James, MO.
The Champ Clark House
Clark's Honey Shuck]
Known as Honeyshuck, it was the Missouri home of The
Honorable Champ Clark and his family, this National Historic
Landmark interprets the public life and political legacies of Champ
Clark, Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives (1911-1919),...
and his son, Bennett, co-founder of The American Legion. The
historic home still contains many of the Clark family furnishings.
Located at 207 E. Champ Clark Drive in Bowling Green, MO.
Located on the historic Great River Road (Hwy. 79),
the museum contains artifacts and documents related to the early
history of this farming community.
Crown Valley Port House
Elgin Cottrell House
The Hezekiah Elgin House was built ca 1845 and is
known as one of the oldest houses in the City of Clarksville.
The Elgins figured prominently in early Clarksville history,
building the Elgin Opera House and Hotel. The Elgin family
occupied the Elgin Cottrell house for more than 100 years.
Richard Cottrell, local artist and avid antique collector is
lovingly restoring the home to it's antebellum glory. When
complete, the home will feature one of the most extensive
collections of antique furniture, decorative accessories and formal
portraits in the state of Missouri. Located at 209 S. First
Street in Clarksville, MO. Please call Richard Cottrell at
573-242-9688 for an appointment.
Louisiana Area Historical Museum
Nestled in the Georgia Street Historic District at
304 Georgia Street, this building is just one of the historical
buildings of area making it one of the most Victorian streets in the
state of Missouri. Inside the museum you will find artifacts,
antiques and a Hercules Room from the early days of Louisiana, MO.
River Heritage Museum
Overlooking the U.S. Lock and Dam #24 in Clarksville,
the museum offers visitors insight into the early times and history
of the Mississippi River and Clarksville, Missouri area.
Ben Ferrel 1882 Mini Mansion Museum [Platte
Bonnell House Museum
Weston Historical Museum [Historic Homes] [History]
Polk County Historical Museum
Ray County History Museum
28 rooms of historical exhibits including a Civil War
room, old school room, period Doctor's office, old farm shed full of
implements, a beautiful quilt room and more will allow you to soak
up some Ray County history. Located at 900 W. Royale Street in Richmond, MO on
the Ray County Fairgrounds.
Friends of Miami Inc. Museum
The museum features interesting artifacts and
genealogy records related to the history and heritage of Miami,
Saline County, Missouri. Open by appointment only. Call
Village of Arrow
entire village has been designated as a National Historical
Landmark. Associated with the Santa Fe Trail and westward
expansion, the village includes many historical structures including
the 1837 George Caleb Bingham House. George Caleb Bingham is
one of America's great artists and recorded much of the history of
Missouri in his works. Visitors will step back in time to an
earlier day in Arrow Rock. Located 13 miles north of I-70 on
Hwy 41 in Saline County, MO.
German Colony [Colony
Bethel is an historic
German colony led by Wilhelm Keil in 1844 from Pennsylvania to the
area in Shelby County, Missouri. Today, there are over 30
structures surviving and visitors can get a taste of what it was
like 150 years ago in this living history museum. Located on
Highway 15 in Bethel, MO.
St. Clair County
St. Clair County Historical Society and Museum
Devoted to the history of St. Clair County and the surrounding area,
the museum also features a research library. Located at the
corner of Main Street and Chestnut in Osceola, MO.
St. Charles County
Boonesfield Village [Daniel
The last permanent
residence of Daniel Boone was built between 1804 and 1810. It
is now open to visitors year round and offers a glimpse into the
past. The connecting Boonesfield Village, features over a
dozen 19th century buildings which include a 1793 Spanish fort,
Peace Chapel, an 1831 schoolhouse and the 1807 Sappington /
Dressel Home. Lindenwood University is in the process of
making this a living history village. Located at 1868 Highway
F in Defiance, MO.
Lewis and Clark Center
St. Charles County Historical
Housed inside the 1830s
Old Market House, the museum is focused on the preservation and
study of the history of St. Charles County, Missouri. The
archives features historical documents, photos and items related
to genealogy research of the St. Charles County area. Location
is 101 S. Main Street in St. Charles, MO.
Missouri Mines State Historic Site
Housed in Federal Mill Number 3, it was the largest
mill in the old SE Missouri Lead District. Exhibits related to
the early lead mining history of this area. Located in Park
The Space Museum
The space Museum is unique to Southeast Missouri
in that it houses hundreds of artifacts dedicated to manís greatest
achievement. Items include articles flown in space, flown to the
moon and authentic space gear. The multinational exhibit
comprehensively chronicles manís conquest of the ďfinal frontierĒ
from his first faltering steps to the International Space Station
and the planetary probes of today. Located at 116 East School
Street in Bonne Terre, MO.
Ste. Genevieve County
The 1770 Louis Bolduc House was the first restored
historic structure in Ste. Genevieve. The French Colonial
style house was moved to it's present location after the great flood
of 1783. Operated and maintained by the National Society of
The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Missouri, the Louis
Bolduc House and its next door neighbor the Bolduc-LeMilleur House
are open to the public seasonally along with several other homes in
Historic French Colonial Village. Located at 121 & 123 South
Main Street in Ste. Genevieve, MO.
Jacques Guibourd Historic House
Built in 1806, the
home is open for tours and features a lovely historic garden area.
Discover what life was like in the era of Lewis & Clark.
Located at 4th & Merchant Streets in Sainte Genevieve, MO.
Sainte Genevieve Museum
St. Louis County
Campbell House Museum
This historic home was built in 1851 and was home to
the Robert Campbell family for over 80 years. Containing many
original furnishings and photographs, the museum is known as one of
the most accurately restored 19th century buildings in America.
Located at 1508 Locust Street in St. Louis, MO.
House & St. Louis Toy Museum [Virtual
Built ca 1845, this
row house has been maintained by the Eugene Field House Foundation.
The house was home to children's poet Eugene Field who wrote nursery
rhymes "Little Boy Blue" and Wynken, Blynken, and Nod". The
house features a Toy Museum, houses personal possessions of the poet
and is decorated in period furnishings. Located at 634 S.
Broadway in St. Louis, MO.
Gateway Arch Riverfront - Museum of Westward Expansion
Historic Homes and House Museums of St. Louis
Good photos and information about the lovely old
historic homes of St. Louis, Missouri.
National Expansion Memorial
This well known landmark is famous as the "Gateway to
the West", it is a memorial to Thomas Jefferson and his role in
opening the West to the pioneers. Located in downtown St.
Louis on the Mississippi River.
Missouri Civil War and Jefferson Barracks Museum
Sullivan County Historical Society Museum and Genealogy Library
Omaha & Kansas City Railroad History]
Housed inside the 1898
Quincy, Omaha & Kansas City Railroad Office Building is the Sullivan
County Historical Society and Museum. Included at the site, is
Genealogy Library featuring microfilm, documents, family
histories and records related to the local history of Milan and
Sullivan County. Located at 117 North Water Street in Milan,
Kewpie Museum at Bonniebrook
Historical Society [History]
Old Taney County Jail
The jail is the only civil building remaining from
the original town of Forsyth, MO. It is currently being
restored to serve as a museum.
White River Valley Historical Society Museum
Focus of the museum is on
the history of the White River Valley and the Taney County area.
Exhibits have included historic remedies, the Great Depression,
Religion, Hometown Heroes, Outstanding Women of Missouri and more .
The museum features a
research library and gift shop / bookstore. Located across
the street from the Taney County Judicial Center at 297 Main Street
in Forsyth, MO.
Bushwhacker Jail Museum
This jailhouse is the
oldest surviving building in Nevada, Missouri. Used as a jail
for 100 years 1860-1960, the building is on the National Register of
Historic Places and has been restored for use as a museum.
Located at 231 North Main in Nevada, MO.
in 1920 as a Ford agency and garage, the Finis M. Moss building
today houses the Nevada Public Library and the Bushwhacker Museum.
The museum features over 13,000 square feet of exhibits, storage and
workspace. Focus is on the history of Vernon County. The
museum holds historical artifacts, exhibits about the Osage Indians,
the Border War, dinosaur bones and other items of historical
significance. Located at 212 West Walnut in Nevada, MO.
Ingalls Wilder Home & Museum
Along with the Wilder home, are exhibits of artifacts
related to the pioneer history described in the "Little House" books
by Laura Ingalls Wilder. Located at 3068 Highway A in
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