Missouri Famous Homes

  • Harry S. Truman Birthplace State Historic Site

    Only Missourian elected U.S. President was born here May 8, 1884. He was the 33rd President, serving 1945-53. Six-room frame structure was built 1880-1882

  • Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site

    Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site

    A turn-of-the-century "Castle on the Hill." Bothwell Lodge represents early 20th-century living and arts and crafts architecture. This castlelike building was constructed between 1897 and 1928

  • Theron Bennett Home

    Theron Bennett Home

    Theron Bennett, nationally known ragtime composer, lived in Pierce City until returning from college 1902

  • Harry S. Truman National Historic Site

    Home of the 33rd President, Harry S. Truman, his wife Bess and daughter Margaret. During his presidency, the home at 219

  • Jesse James Home

    This was the house where outlaw Jesse James was killed April 3, 1882. Exhibits include artifacts from Jesse's grave after he was exhumed in 1995

  • General John J. Pershing Boyhood Home

    Gen. Pershing, highest ranking military officer in US history and General of the Armies after WWI lived here from age six (1866) until 1882

  • Roslyn Heights

    Three-story Victorian mansion featuring eight fireplaces. The home was built in 1895

  • Missouri Governor's Mansion

    Official residence of Missouri's First Family, constructed in 1871

  • Honey Shuck - Home of Champ Clark

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