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Fly by Nite Music Museum and Pro Shop

For the true music lover, an astonishing collection of guitars and other musical

Neosho, MO Museums

Border Town Bingo

Border Town Bingo & Gaming is a Native American casino in Seneca, Missouri and is open bingo daily, gaming 24 hours daily. The 25,000 square foot casino features 220

Seneca, MO Casinos

Big Spring Park

One of the most photographic scenes in Neosho and a popular wedding site is Big Spring Park. The park features beautiful gardens, picnic tables, a floral clock, and a children'

Neosho, MO Recreation

Eastern Shawnee Tribal Headquarters

The Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Okahoma has approximately 2,000

Seneca, MO Indian Heritage

Neosho National Fish Hatchery

Established in 1888, the Neosho National Fish Hatchery is the oldest of 65 hatcheries operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It is one of the few fish hatcheries located inside the "city limits." The hatchery was located on a 12.36 acre tract of land purchased from Limuel Hearrell for $2

Neosho, MO Natural Attractions

Murals

There are several murals painted in the city including the bicentennial mural in the City Hall.

- Larry Banks, 1989; CC Anderson, '80 and '87

Seneca, MO Arts

George Washington Carver National Monument

George Washington Carver National Monument is administered by the National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. The park consists of 210 acres of the original 240-acre Moses Carver homestead. The visitor center includes a museum with exhibits that trace George W. Carver'

Diamond, MO Monuments

Historic Downtown

A large portion of downtown Neosho is listed as an historic district in the National Register of Historic Places, including the Second Baptist Church, built in the Victorian Gothic style of 1896. Neosho's history is well-documented

Neosho, MO Historic Downtowns

Neosho Walk of Fame

The Walk of Fame is a project to honor citizens of Newton County who have made significant contributions to society and achieved widespread recognition for their work. Of the four men, three (Thomas Hart Benton, George Washington Carver, and James Scott)

Neosho, MO Monuments

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