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  • 130 W. Capitol Ave.

The 12-foot-wide pedestrian/bicycle bridge connects the Missouri State Capitol Complex to the 30-acre parkland located north of the Union Pacific Railroad. The Bicentennial Bridge spans the railroad and slope gently down to meet the existing ground elevation at Deborah Cooper…

  • 450 Cottonwood Dr.
  • (573) 634-6486

Located in the North Jefferson City Recreation Area, this river access point offers a boat ramp, parking lot and close proximity to the pedestrian bridge over the Missouri River. Also available at the Noren Access are three primitive camping spots.

  • 201 W. Capitol Ave.
  • (573) 751-2854

Completed in 1917, the Capitol covers three acres in downtown Jefferson City. Inside the Capitol you will find the Missouri State Museum which features exhibits of outstanding historical significance. The Capitol tour will provide you with an excellent education on the State of…

  • 201 W. Capitol Ave.
  • (573) 751-2854

The Missouri State Museum is located on the first floor of the Missouri State Capitol Building and is managed by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. The museum continues to showcase Missouri's diverse history and resources. The museum houses both temporary and long-term…

  • 2405 Logistics Rd.
  • (573) 638-9603

Located at Ike Skelton Training Site, this museum houses exhibits beginning from 1808, the activation date of the Missouri Militia. Exhibits continue from the War of 1812 to the present day Guard. Closed all major holidays. Free admission.

  • 2500 Country Club Dr
  • (573) 636-8612

The first museum in the United States dedicated solely to veterinary medicine, its mission is to preserve the history of veterinary medicine by providing a museum, library and educational center. It also promotes the image of veterinary medicine to the public. The hours of…