St Louis, Missouri
St James, Missouri
General, History, Natural History, Nature Centers, Park
The Museum is located within the Maramec Spring Park. The Maramec Museum houses natural and cultural history exhibits. A twenty-one foot bluff, waterfall, and five-hundred gallon aquarium greets the visitors as they enter the museum. Once inside you will see a rain model with lightning, thunder, and a cool afternoon shower. Displays show the native wildlife in their natural habitats. History of the Iron Works is explained using working models and displays.
St. Louis, Missouri
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Through the Library & Research Center and Soldiers Memorial, as well as a sustained focus on the Missouri History Museum’s acclaimed educational programs and exhibits, MHS is continuing to advance this region’s history “through the ages,” as its founders first envisioned more than 150 years ago.
Jefferson City, Missouri
The Missouri State Museum houses an impressive collection of exhibits that portray Missouri's cultural and natural history in its two main exhibit halls - the History Hall and the Resources Hall. There are also exhibits with changing artifacts in the Missouri Veterans Gallery and the Foundations Gallery (state government and the State Capitol). A series of traveling exhibits can be used as educational tools by schools, civic and other groups.
Poplar Bluff, Missouri
Children's, General, History, Specialized
The Moark Regional Railroad Museum offers visitors the chance to see displays of model trains and photographs of early railroading days which depict logging, lumber mills, factories, area train depots, the early steam engine and a dining car display. The museum features a train room with a model train layout which takes visitors on an imaginary train ride through an interesting countryside, featuring farms, cities, mountains, mining, the desert, rivers and industrial sites.
Art, Botanical Garden, General, History, Historic House, Library, Science, Specialized, University
In addition, ATSU facilitates a strong research environment through the A.T. Still Research Institute, which features a premier team of specialists and researchers. The University also is the parent institution for the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine and International Center for Osteopathic History.