Harold Bell Wright/Pierce City Museum - Pierce City

Local history museum for Pierce City, Missouri. The museum is housed in the former First Christian Church building where Harold Bell Wright was the pastor in 1897. The museum features Harold Bell Wright memorabilia and items relating to Pierce City history. 

Notable locals include ragtime composer, Theron Bennett; artist, Grace Tinker; native Pierce Citian and Congresswoman from Michigan, Martha Griffiths; National Guard Commander, William Raupp; businessman, Ralph Seufert and more.

Other featured items include local National Guard history, Pierce City schools history including yearbooks and trophies, extensive scrapbooks, photo albums, etc.

New exhibits in 2019: Kimble pump organ believed to have come from a church in Monett/Pierce City and amazing portrait photographs from Duncan Photography.

Museum open Saturday hours April-October: 1:30 p.m.-4 p.m. and any time by appointment!

Call Pierce City Hall to arrange a tour any time!

Information

Open Seasonally
April — October
Saturday   01:30PM — 04:00PM
404 N. Walnut St.
Pierce City, MO 65723

Additional Information

Partially Wheelchair Accessible
No Smoking
All Ages
ACTIVITIES WITHIN 10 MILES:
Historic District
Golf
Fishing
Biking / Walking Trails
Service Animals Welcome
Pets On Leash Allowed
Free Admission
Donations Accepted
Cash
Personal Check
Reservations Not Required
Advance Contact Requested

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