Information on houses, mansions, farms and other dwellings located in the United States that were once a private residence and have been converted into a museum because of the historic significance of its architecture, location, resident(s) and/or event(s) that took place there located in Missouri.
A castle-like building constructed between 1897 and 1928 for a prominent Sedalia lawyer, John Homer Bothwell, includes image and general information located at Sedalia.
Built in 1818 as an American-Federal style residence and mercantile store. History and location. Located in Ste. Genevieve.
The home of one of America's highest ranked military officers. History and location. Located in Laclede.
History, photo tour, events, and directions. Located in Ste. Genevieve.
Includes photographs, brief introduction, directions, schedule, and printable travel guide. Located in Independence.
Historical information, photo, and location. Located in Defiance.
Located on the campus of Saint Louis University, is a 44 room Richardsonian Romanesque mansion completed in 1888. Includes tourist information, and a picture of the mansion. Located in St. Louis.
Brief description and location with a photo. Located in New Madrid.
Western museum, previously a hotel and pony express headquarters. One block away is Jesse James' home where he was shot and killed by a fellow gang member. Provides admission details and membership benefits. Located in St. Joseph.
History, programs and activities, special events, pictures, map, schedule, and contact information. Located in Hannibal.
Former home of poet Eugene Field includes an collection of 19th century toys and furnishings. Saint Louis, Missouri.
Visitor and tour information, events, education resources, research needs, and contact information. Located in Hannibal.
Built by Colonel and Mrs. Harvey Vaile in 1881, contains history, calendar of events, map and directions, gallery, and general information located at Independence.
The home of a renowned painter, sculptor, lecturer and writer. Location. Located in Kansas City.
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