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Jesse James Bank Museum


category : Museums
Site of the first daylight bank robbery during peacetime, step back in time and tour this landmark. Hear the tale of this first robbery, allegedly committed by Jesse's notorious gang.


Admission: Price: $4
Hours: Season: Year-round.
Address: 103 N. Water St, Historic Square
Phone: 816-781-4458
Handicapped Accessible.

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Jesse James Bank Museum

Site of the first daylight bank robbery during peacetime, step back in time and tour this landmark. Hear the tale of this first robbery, allegedly committed by Jesse'

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