Crawford County Historical Society Museum
Crawford County Historical Museum has well-organized exhibits on three floors with new artifacts being added regularly. The collections are grouped together by theme in interesting arrangements. Some of the separate exhibits are the school room; the Native American area; military displays; old school photos, yearbooks, and one-room school records; a parlor; a kitchen; quilts and wedding dresses; a bedroom; a children’s area; and artifacts from the railroad depot, including a conductor’s uniform and a telegraph machine. It is three floors of history with items too numerous mention. The oldest piece in the museum is a 2000 year-old vase from the Dickinson Mounds.

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308 N. Smith
Cuba, MO 65453

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Wheelchair Accessible
No Smoking
Service Animals Welcome

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