Visitors Guide to the
Clarksville Museum

Highway 79, South end of town
Clarksville, Missouri

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The Clarksville Museum, operated by a volunteer board, covers the history of the town from its founding in 1817 by displaying artifacts and other memorabilia. Exhibits include life on the Mississippi River, steamboats, the effects of the great floods of the past, and  the different occupations and home life of past residents.

Antique Tools Steamboats

Visiting the Clarksville Museum
Visiting Hours
          Saturdays - Memorial Day to November, Other hours by appointment.
There is no charge to visit the Clarksville Museum.

Directions: The Clarksville Museum is located on 2nd Street (MO-79, the Great River Road and the Little Dixie Highway) on the southern part of Clarksville.

GPS Coordinates
N  39  22.005
W 90  54.087

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