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Harold Bell Wright/Pierce City Museum – Pierce City

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Museum seen through Red Bud tree in bloom
Credit: Kristin Nama 2019
You can ring our bell!
Credit: Kristin Nama 2018
Harold Bell Wright Pierce City Museum
Credit: Kristin Nama 2017
Museum interior, south wall
Credit: Kristin Nama 2017
Museum interior, looking northeast
Credit: Kristin Nama 2017
Saturday drawing at the band stand
Credit: Harold Bell Wright/Pierce City Museum 2019

Local history museum for Pierce City, MO. Author Harold Bell Wright was pastor of the First Christian Church in 1897. The former church building houses our museum featuring Harold Bell Wright memorabilia and items relating to the history of Pierce City and the local area.

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

Come see exhibits regarding our local National Guard history, Pierce City schools  (including yearbooks and trophies) and many scrapbooks, photo albums, etc. New exhibits continue to be assembled with items donated and some purchased by the museum.

The Harold Bell Wright/Pierce City Museum is open Saturdays 1:30 p.m.-4 p.m., April through October, and at any time year round by appointment!


Open Seasonally. Check website for details.
404 N. Walnut St.
Pierce City, MO 65723

Additional Information

Travelers With Disabilities Information
Partially Wheelchair Accessible
Smoking Policy
No Smoking
Activities Within 10 Miles
Biking / Walking Trails
Historic District
Cost Of Admission
Free Admission
General Interest Info
Open Seasonally Only
Group Policy
Advance Contact Requested
Guest Reservations Needed?
Reservations Not Required
Pet Policy
Pets On Leash Allowed
Service Animals Welcome
Types Of Payment Accepted
Personal Check