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Historic Villages in Missouri

Historic Missouri would like to welcome you to come visit. Take a look at this guide to historical villages in Missouri. They are waiting to share some charm with you.

8010 East Park Road , Lee's Summit, MO 64064


An 1800s village
If you want to see what life was like in mid-19th century, then a visit to the Missouri Town 1855 is a must.

During summer the village can be visited between 9 AM and 4:30 PM from Tuesday through Sunday. During winter the visits are restricted to the weekends, between the same hours. The admission fee for adults is $5 and for seniors and kids between 5 and 13 the fee is only $3.

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1901 NW Blue Parkway, Unity Village, MO 64065-0001


Refresh your mind and spirit
Take a tour of the Unity Village in Missouri and you will feel refreshed at the start of a new week. Located only 15 miles from Kansas City, the historical village was established almost 100 years ago.


You will find many things to do here as the village features a big hotel, many green gardens, restaurants, bookstores and a coffee shop. Private events like weddings can take place in a great setting here. 

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1868 Highway F, Defiance, MO 63341


Another 19th century village
Boonesfield Village has many historical attractions and most are related to Daniel Boone (Nathan Boone) and his wife. Currently the village is operated by the Lindenwood University of St. Charles as a tourist attraction. The village has over a dozen houses from the 19th century.

You can see the Daniel Boone (Nathan Boone) house where he lived at times and also died. You can also visit the Jemima Boone-Flanders Callaway log house where Rebecca, his wife, died.

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1009 Truman, Lamar, MO 64759-1543


The ghost of a Missouri village
The Osage Village State Historic Site is a one of a kind location that should not be missed when you visit the state of Missouri. This place was once a village hosting about 3000 people in 200 lodges, and if you visit you can learn more about their history and way of living.


The village was inhibited in the 18th century by Indians and many exhibits can prove that.

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966 Charrette Lane, Washington, MO 63090


Missouri just like it was back in the 1700s
Fort Charette Historic Village in Washington, MO is one of the first historic villages you should visit during your trip. If you want to learn more about Missouri's military history, this is the place to go to.


You can tour the location with a guide that will show you all the attractions. You can also see the artifacts of the expeditions that took place in the village.

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15185 Olive Boulevard, Chesterfield, MO 63017


A beautiful historic village inside a park
If you decide to go to the Faust Park you will not want to miss on the chance to visit the Faust Historic Village as well. The village made sure to preserve the architecture and history of the region, while keeping up with the modern times.


This well-known village consists of 16 buildings and each of them represents a different architectural style from the 18th century period. 

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, Herman, MO


Old German lifestyle in Missouri
The City of Hermann in Missouri is the right place to go to if you want to see a German community. Located about an hour drive from St Louis, the city features many historic buildings and other touristic attractions you will surely enjoy seeing.


You can stay for the weekend and sleep at one of the Bed and Breakfasts that will let you experience the old German lifestyle. You can learn more about the history of this place if you choose a guided tour.

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66 South Main Street, Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670


This village has a world of its own
Ste. Genevieve is a historic village in Missouri. It was founded back in 1735 and has become an important touristic attraction in Missouri. There are plenty of things to do in this city and you can also find a place to stay during a weekend getaway, do some shopping and dine out.


Private events such as weddings or parties can also be hosted here with an advanced booking.

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107 Osage Street , Sibley, MO 64088


Fort Osage is the place to go
If you are looking to visit some historic villages during your Missouri trip, you should consider Fort Osage as a destination. Fort Osage is located nearby Independence City and is easy to reach by car.


The historic village is open all year round from 9 am and up to 4:30 pm. The reservation park is huge and you will find many things to do here. You can also rent a boat or a bike.

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Highway 240 + Highway 41, , MO

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A historical village that will be fun to see
Arrow Rock is one of the historic villages in Missouri that are definitely worth a visit. The village features some important historical monuments and homes and can be toured anytime.


If you want to get away from the city on a weekend, Arrow Rock seems like the perfect place to go thanks to its rich history and peaceful atmosphere. Many events and festivals happen here during the summer time.

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