Step back in time and experience the lives of the men and women who secured the American Frontier at Fort Osage National Historic Landmark.
Built in 1808, under the direction of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, Fort Osage served a dual roles as both a military garrison and a trade center.
Today, authentically attired historical interpreters take visitors on a journey through Fort Osage's past. Visitors will enjoy breathtaking views of the reconstructed historic site that overlooks the Missouri River as they learn about the daily life of military, civilian, and Native American populations at Fort Osage and explore museum exhibits at the Fort Osage Education Center.
The Fort Osage Education Center houses 4,000 square feet of exhibition space sharing the history, people, cultures and environment connected with the historic site and region. The Education Center Gift Store has an extensive collection of merchandise including, books, jewelry, souvenirs, paper goods, historic reproductions, toys and unique gifts for the guest of any age.
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105 Osage Street, Sibley, MO 64088 View Map
105 Osage Street ,
Sibley, MO 64088
Closed July 4thClosed December 25 and January 1
Fort Osage National Historic Landmark is located 14 miles northeast of Independence, MO, at 105 Osage, Sibley, MO on the bluffs of the Missouri River.
Driving Directions From KC:
Take 24 Highway east to Buckner, Missouri. Turn north at Sibley Street (BB Highway) and travel 2-3 miles, while watching carefully for directional signs. Drive through Sibley following the signs to Fort Osage.