Jasper County Courthouse

Built in 1894-95, this Romanesque Revival building is constructed of Carthage stone; its turrets, towers and arches evoke a feel of a medieval castle looming over the city.

Inside you'll find, among other items: a wrought-iron cage elevator still operates; a display representing the history of Route 66; an array of military artifacts and mining specimens; and "Forged in Fire," a mural by Lowell Davis, that portrays the history of Jasper County.

The Jasper County Courthouse is said to be the second-most-photographed building in the state of Missouri. Closed state and national holidays.

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Information

Monday   08:30AM — 04:30PM
Tuesday   08:30AM — 04:30PM
Wednesday   08:30AM — 04:30PM
Thursday   08:30AM — 04:30PM
Friday   08:30AM — 04:30PM
302 S. Main St.
Carthage, MO 64836

Additional Information

Open Year-round
This Facility Is On The National Register Of Historic Places
ADA Fully Compliant
Smoking Allowed Outdoors Only
All Ages
Historic District
Parade
Golf
Fishing
Biking / Walking Trails
Pets Are Not Allowed
Service Animals Welcome
Free Admission
Reservations Recommended
Advance Contact Requested

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