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1846 three story stone and brick structure serving as a mission, dormitory and school for the Iowa, Sac and Fox Indians.
Bike and Blues Fest, free music, food and beverages for purchase. Commerative T-Shirts available for purchase.
On April 3, 1860, a lone rider left on horseback from the gates of one of the nation’s most historic landmarks, the Pikes Peak Stables in St. Joseph, Missouri. Carrying saddlebags...
The museum housed in the 1879 Wyeth-Tootle mansion and exhibits artifacts of local and natural history including North American Indian, Mezo-American and Philippine cultures, St....
The home where Jesse James spent his last years displays several items belonging to the outlaw and his family and recent items and photographs from the 1995 exhumation of his...
This museum housed in the former Patee Hotel, 1856-1858 used as the headquarters for the Pony Express in 1860. Visitors can tour the building and see a replica of the first...
This museum has one of the finest collections of 18th, 19th and 20th-century American art in the midwest region. Through special exhibitions, educational programs, performance...
Art gallery housed in 1885 Victorian brick residence.
The museum's exhibits range from full-sized replicas of 16th, 17th, and 18th century treatment devices to period artifacts, photographs, books and documents.
1880 Sante Fe Depot with museum featuring firearms from the Revolutionary War and Civil War eras.