Towosahgy State Historic Site
8
County Road 502
East Prairie, MO 63845
Phone: 573-748-5340
Open sunrise to sunset.

The name Towosahgy is an Osage word which means "old town," although it is not known if the Osage were the inhabitants of the site. The site was abandoned during the late fourteenth century for unknown reasons.

This 64-acre site holds the remains of a fortified American Indian ceremonial village and trade center. It is believed to have been inhabited from approximately A.D. 400 to A.D. 1350. The site includes several burial mounds and a kiosk that outlines a brief background. This is a self-guided tour.

Ceramic vessels from Towosahgy are displayed at the Rosemary Berkel and Harry L. Crisp II Museum on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University.

Towosahgy: I-55; Route 80 east; Route 77 south; County Road 502, one mile.

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GENERAL INTEREST INFO
  • open year-round
FOR TRAVELERS WITH DISABILITIES
  • Partially Wheelchair Accessible
SMOKING POLICY
  • smoking allowed outdoors only
SUITABLE FOR THESE AGE GROUPS
  • All ages
PET POLICY
  • service animals welcome
  • pets on leash allowed
RATES
  • free admission
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