Historic Sites will reopen May 16th.
Masks will be required when engaging with any personnel at our sites.
Fort Osage National Historic Landmark
Venture back to the early 19th Century at Fort Osage, a combined military garrison/trading post that served as the gateway to the West. In 1808, William Clark of Lewis and Clark fame built the fort as the first outpost in the Louisiana Purchase.
Missouri Town 1855
Experience life in mid-19th Century Missouri! This living museum, featuring more than 25 buildings dating from 1820 to 1860 and interpreters in period clothing, depicts the daily life of a Missouri farming community.
County Plays Vital Role in U.S. History
Jackson County played a vital role in the history of the United States. In the early 1800s, the area that would eventually become Jackson County served as a gateway for explorers and pioneers venturing into the West.