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The 28-room Martin Hotel and Stage Shop Museum is operated by the Morgan County Historical Society. The hotel was opened in 1853 in a log cabin. Notable hotel guests included Jesse and Frank James, P.T. Barnum, Grover Cleveland, and Harry and Bess Truman. The hotel served soldiers from both sides during the Civil War.
Open April through the first Saturday in October. Closed Memorial Day; July 4; and Labor Day.
Admission: $3; younger than 18, $1.
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