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Historic Houses in Missouri

Bothwell Lodge

Castle like building sitting atop a 120-foot bluff was constructed for a prominent Sedalia lawyer John Homer Bothwell somewhere between 1897 and 1928.

Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion

Built in two sections by two very different families. The first four-room brick farmhouse was built in 1848 by Henri Chatillon. The second owner, Dr. Nicolas N. DeMenil added extra rooms and turned it into a Greek Revival Mansion.

Eugene Field House and St. Louis Toy Museum

Find information on this special museum, its exhibits, and special events.

Felix Valle State Historic Site

Constructed in 1818 using local ashlar stone, the home is an example of American-Federal style.

General John J. Pershing Boyhood Home

Historic Laclede home of General John J. "Black Jack" Pershing, the United State's only six stars officer.

Guibourd-Valle House

Jacques Guibourd built this poteaux sur-sol (post on sill) home in 1806. The home is maintained by the Foundation for the Restoration of Ste. Genevieve.

Hanley House

Museum home tells the story of the Hanley family dating back to 1855.

Hunter-Dawson Home State Historic Site

1859 white antebellum done in eclectic style with Georgian, Greek Revival and Italianate influences. Home to William Washington Hunter who was a locally successful businessman.

Jesse James Farm

View information on the farm, Friends of the James Farm Society, and the discussion board.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Home and Museum

Site of the writing of the famous "little house" books. Read about the author, her home, and museum information.

Mark Twain Boyhood Home

Tour the small home once owned by the Clemens family and inspired the character of Mark Twain.

Rockcliffe Mansion

Find touring information for this historic home, historic photos, and location rentals.

Vaile Mansion

1881 example of Second Empire Victorian architecture was built by Colonel and Mrs. Harvey Vaile.

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