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Decorative arts, clothing, farming, government, household, industry, 1902 grocery store, one room schoolhouse.
Study specimens of skin and skull, alcohol specimens, insects and more.
Enjoy the beauty and solitude of the prairie by hiking one of the park’s four trails, which offer excellent opportunities for bird watching, photography and viewing wildlife and...
Featuring the history of coal mining.
The moment you arrive, the beauty and serenity will drive your cares away. Add this to sipping a lovely bottle of wine and you may not want to go home. Bring a picnic lunch and...
The 500-acre park features seven campgrounds with 74 campsites, two boat ramps, two bathhouses, and a swimming beach. Sand volleyball courts, horse shoe pits, and a playground...
Lead and zinc mine artifacts, tools, lamps, pictures, locomotive, tanks.
On exhibit at the museum are historical items from Joplin's mining era including a circus room, a child's playhouse, a 1927 American LeFrance fire engine, textiles, a doll...
The museum exhibits one of the world's most exceptional collections of lead and zinc ores as well as other minerals found in the tri-state district. The museum interprets the...
The birthplace of Harry S. Truman, the only President of the United States who hailed from the state of Missouri. The home was built in 1880 and was donated to the state in 1959...
The site is located on what was once a Big Osage Indian Village occupied between 1700 and 1775. The site marks the location where the Osage Indians were living when first...
The center provides visitors with visual art experiences through educational programs, workshops, films, and studio classes for adults and children.