The Pleasant Hill Museum has a collection of artifacts, photographs, historical and genealogical information. We have more than 8,000 indexed photographs dating from the late 1800s and a collection of family history files dating from the 1930s.
There is a collection of African artifacts from James Allen, a missionary in the 1930s and 1940s. We have railroad memorabilia from the time Pleasant Hill was a busy railroad town.
The front of the museum, two windows and the door were built from the stones used in the construction of the 1866 Gamble Mansion; Hamilton R. Gamble was Missouri's pro-Union Civil War governor.