Hunter-Dawson State Historic Site

category : Historic Homes
Hunter-Dawson State Historic Site 1859 Antebellum mansion typical of plantations on the Mississippi River before the Civil War. Thought to have the largest collection of Mitchell-Rammelsburg furniture in the nation.

Admission: $2.50 for adults, $1.50 for ages 6-12, under 6 free.
Hours: Year-round.
Address: 312 Dawson Rd.
Phone: 573-748-5340
Handicapped Accessible.

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Higgerson School Historic Site

Restored to the one-room school that operated at Higgerson Landing on the Mississippi River in 1948

New Madrid, MO Historic Schoolhouses

Hunter-Dawson Park

Nice shady park with a paved and lighted walking trail, new four baseball field complex, soccer, volleyball, playground equipment, gazebo and covered picnic/

New Madrid, MO Recreation

Mississippi River Observation Deck

Stroll down the 120 foot observation deck and view the one of a kind 20 mile long "Bessie Bend" of the Mississippi River. Enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the mighty Mississippi and see an interpretive exhibit on the Civil War Battle of Island No. 10

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