Missouri Historic Courthouses

  • Lawrence County Courthouse

    Lawrence County Courthouse

    Built in 1900 of native limestone, this is the third courthouse on this site. A statue of Justice graces the top of this historic landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places

  • Platte County Courthouse

    This elegant structure built in 1866, has been fully restored. Bonnie and Clyde gang member, Blanche Barrow was tried and convicted here in 1933

  • Buchanan County Courthouse

    Built in 1873, the two-story structure underwnet extensive restoration and remodeling in 1979

  • Polk County Courthouse

    Polk County Courthouse

    The Polk County Courthouse, completed in 1907, dominates the square in the county seat of Bolivar. Both the county and the city were organized in 1835. The county covers 642

  • Carroll County Courthouse

    The building is on the Historical Registry and was built in 1904

  • Dent County Courthouse

    Beautiufl historic courthouse built in 1870. On National Register of Historic Places. Site of the Civil War Battle of Salem.

  • Iron County Courthouse

    Historic courthouse built in 1858. On National Register of Historic Places. The courthouse is associated with Civil War history and still has a cannonball mark on/

  • Historical Phelps County Courthouse

    Built prior to the Civil War, it was used both as a hospital and storage space for horses'

  • Common Pleas Courthouse

    Common Pleas Courthouse grounds have played an important part in the city'

  • Lafayette County Courthouse

    The Lafayette County Courthouse was built in 1847-49 and is the oldest courthouse in constant use west of the Mississippi. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

  • Madison County Courthouse

    Madison County Courthouse

    The Madison County Courthouse in the small county seat of Fredericktown, Missouri (population 3,950) was built in 1899