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Truman Presidential Museum and Library


category : Museums
Multimedia and interactive exhibits on Truman Presidency. Artifacts and materials from Truman Administration. Oval Ofice reproduction. White House gallery. President and Mrs. Truman's gravesites in courtyard. Film on Truman presidency by award winning filmmaker Charles Guggenheim. Children's activities in the Life and Times exhibit on the lower level.


Admission: Price: $7 adults; $5 Srs,$3 for children ages 6-18.
Hours: 9-5 mon-Sat 9-9 Thus noon-5 Sun
Address: 24 Hwy and Delaware St.
Phone: 816-833-1225
Handicapped Accessible.

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