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Remember When Toy Museum


category : Museums
The world's largest known collection of Marx toys and other antique toys from the last century.

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Admission: $5
Hours: Year-round
Address: Box 226A, Rt. B
Phone: 573-288-3995

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Lincoln School

An old one room brick school house located in Martin Park, one of three remaining segregated schools that finally closed in the 1950s.

Canton, MO Historic Buildings

Lock & Dam No. 20

Large navigational waterway structure on the upper Mississippi River, One mi. above Canton. Has a dam 40 tainter gates and 3 roller gates. It locks 35,000,000 tons of cargo per year.

Canton, MO Recreation

Canton Ferry

The Canton Ferry is the longest continually operating ferry service on the Mississippi River. The first known ferry service began operation a few miles north of Canton around 1844

Canton, MO Tours

All Faiths Chapel

The All Faiths Chapel provides a serene environment for meditative reflection amidst tranquil sounds of bubbling water and artwork representing international religions.

Canton, MO Arts

Lewis County Historical Society and Museum

Non-profit museum and resource center that attempts to discover and collect any material which may help to establish the history of Lewis Canton.

Canton, MO Museums

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