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Missouri Civil War Museum

Address: 
222 Worth Road
St. Louis , MO , 63125
Phone: 314-845-1861
38° 30' 22.086" N, 90° 17' 2.256" W
Contact name: 
Mark Trout
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The Missouri Civil War Museum complex is a 22,000sq ft museum and library facility at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site. It's the state’s largest educational complex dedicated exclusively to the study of Missouri’s role in the American Civil War.

WHO WE ARE

 

The Missouri Civil War Museum is a fully recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational organization. Our organization was incorporated in 2002 for the sole purpose of saving the historic Jefferson Barracks 1905 Post Exchange Building and converting it into what will become Missouri's largest and finest Civil War museum, library, and educational center. When completed, our facility will become one of the largest Civil War Museums in the nation and one of the largest Civil War research libraries in the nation as well. Our focus is entirely on Missouri's role in the American Civil War.

Our facility is located within the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site in St. Louis, Missouri, which is recognized as the oldest active military installation west of the Mississippi River. The Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery was established during the American Civil War (1863) and is the final resting place for some 16,000 Civil War soldiers from both the Union and the Confederacy. Many people believe that Jefferson Barracks is without question, one of the most sacred and historically significant sites in all of Missouri regarding the American Civil War. The brave Civil War soldiers who served here, died here, and are now at rest here have made it so.

 

HOURS: 9AM - 5PM, Open Daily
Closed New Years Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas

ADMISSION:
MCWM Members: FREE
Active Military: FREE
Adults: $7
Seniors:(65+): $6
Children:(5-12): $5
Under Age 5: FREE