Historic Houses in Missouri in the Best of the Web Directory

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.

  • 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.

  • Vaile Mansion

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

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