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Richard Bock Sculpture Collection Museum


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The Richard Bock Sculpture Collection Museum houses a spectacular collection of renowned sculptor Richard Bock. Many of his sculptures were for architectural projects including the 1904 St. Louis, Missouri World's Fair. Also shown are his stained glass designs.


Admission: Free
Hours: M-F: 9am-4pm. Closed Major Holidays
Address: 315 E. College Ave., Greenville College Campus
Phone: 618-664-2800

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