Missouri Town Living History Museum

Impact

Missouri Town Living History Museum is a historic museum with more than 25 buildings dating from 1822–1860 spread across nearly 30 picturesque acres. Original structures from seven western Missouri counties are filled with historic tools and furnishings, setting the stage for life in the mid-1800s.

Volunteer opportunities include demonstrating historic crafts and trades, maintaining gardens and other general landscaping, helping care for heritage breed livestock and more.

Contact Information
8010 E. Park Road, Lees Summit, Missouri 64065, United States
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