Night at the Twain Museum gives travelers an immersion experience into the life of Mark Twain, with a collection of over 1,200 items valued at over $100K. Comfy beds, pillows, and sofa. New luxury vinyl plank floors for the entire house. Newly remodeled bathroom. New appliances. New countertops. New sofa sectional. Blackout bedroom blinds. New 65″ Roku TV, WiFi & Bose soundbar. Lots of natural light. Front & back decks. New HVAC system with UV light and MERV 13 filter. One mile from Main St.
Our home was featured on the front page weekend edition of the Hannibal Courier-Post twice in the past two years and also the main feature in the Hannibal Monthly Magazine. Many of our guests tell us that they spend hours enjoying our Mark Twain collection. Traveling physicians and professional writers routinely stay here.
The house contains over 1,200 Twain items:
o A rare collection of 256 photographs taken from the camera of Mark Twain’s daughter from 1903-1907
o An extensive collection of unique postcards, many filled with messages and one cent stamps postmarked before Twain’s death in 1910.
o A library filled with everything Twain wrote and what has been written about him. We have a First edition, first printing, early state Huck Finn mounted on the wall.
o Several pieces of fine art, including five original masterpieces.
o An extensive collection of precious coins, medals, and medallions.
o Handmade folk art.
o Countless hours of love have been poured into this home to honor Twain with continuous property improvement and artifact collection.