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Lay Center Sculpture Park

A sculpture park featuring international and acclaimed American sculptors is located outside Louisiana. The project was started by Henry Lay, alumni of Saint Louis University, who wished to use his estate as a place to promote the arts in Northeast Missouri.

Louisiana, MO Art

Clarksville Museum

The Clarksville Museum, operated by a volunteer board, covers the history of the town from its founding in 1817

Clarksville, MO Museums

River Heritage and Visitor Center

The Clarksville Tourist Information Center serves to showcase attractions and sights for those traveling the Great River Road. It overlooks the U. S. Lock and Dam #24, providing a close vantage point to view all river boat and barge traffic and a 'front row seat'

Clarksville, MO Visitors Centers

The Great River Road Scenic Byway

The mighty Mississippi was the lifeblood of many Missouri towns for over a century. The Missouri Great River Road is a route with stories to tell and a history to preserve. Civil War History and the movement west are just two of the great American stories that the byway has to tell.

Clarksville, MO Scenic Byways


The Winery at Eagles Nest

An intimate, family-owned winery located in the heart of Louisiana'

Louisiana, MO Wineries

Louisiana Murals

Louisiana is home to some of the areas' best known artists. The Louisiana Mural Organization has erected over 20 murals. Additional murals are in the planning stages for the succeeding years. Mural location maps are available at 304 Georgia St. in the Louisiana History Museum. 1

Louisiana, MO Murals


Historic Downtown District

The commercial district in Clarksville is listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Clarksville, MO Historic Districts


The Cooking School at Eagles Nest

A recreational cooking school featuring 4-day classes of cuisine with chefs and instructors from around the world. Winery, inn and bistro on premises.

Louisiana, MO Learning Centers

Honey Shuck - Home of Champ Clark

The historic home of Champ Clark, speaker of the House of Representatives, 1911 - 1919

Bowling Green, MO Famous Homes

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