The Colonel Alvin R. Lubker Memorial Safety & Education Center exhibits information concerning traffic safety, law enforcement, drug abuse and many items relating to the history of the Missouri Highway Patrol.
Jefferson City Museum of Modern Art is dedicated to the advancement of the arts, especially among youth. Our exhibits spotlight challenges facing youth.
Inside the walls of the Missouri Governor’s Mansion, guests will have the opportunity to step back in time and learn about Missouri state’s history.
The Museum of Missouri Military History preserves and exhibits Missouri’s military history. Current exhibits include artifacts from the Revolutionary War to the present era.
At the Runge Nature Center, explore more than 3,000 sq. ft. of exhibits on Missouri’s natural habitats and a 3,580-gallon fish aquarium, live amphibians and reptiles.
The Supreme Court of Missouri is the highest court in the state of Missouri. It welcomes visitors for a guided tour and to observe oral arguments with reservation for your group.
The Missouri State Capitol houses the legislative and executive branches of the government of of Missouri, as well as the Missouri General Assembly.
The Missouri State Museum focuses on the history of Missouri, houses a vast collection of exhibits portraying the state’s natural and cultural history.
The Wallendorf Home is a log home that tells the history of agriculture with artifacts, displays, and videos describing the life for inhabitants of a young Missouri.