Mark Twain Riverboat
Center Street Landing • 100 Center Street • (573) 221-3222 • MarkTwainRiverboat.com
Cruises on this nostalgic Riverboat start from the landing at the foot of Center Street. See this famous river town from the boat that bears the name of its most famous citizen… Mark Twain.Enjoy one-hour sightseeing cruises with commentary on river history, legends and sights, see Jackson's Island, Riverboats, Lover's Leap and the mighty Mississippi River rolling along. Beverages of your choice and sandwiches available at the snack bar. (No reservations needed) Evening Dinner Cruises (2 hours) feature sliced beef and seasoned baked chicken breast. Live music. Beverages are available from a cash bar. You will long remember your pleasant excursion on this triple deck riverboat. Air conditioned and heated for your comfort. Boarding 30 minutes before departure. Sailing based on conditions permitting, April - November. See sign at landing for latest cruise schedule.
Mark Twain Boyhood Museum
The Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum has been in operation in Hannibal, Missouri since 1912. The mission of the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum is to promote awareness and appreciation of the life and works of Mark Twain and to demonstrate the relevance of his stories and ideas to citizens of the world. We are open seven days a week throughout the year. Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Open 9-5 Daily
Molly Brown Museum
Mark Twain Avenue & Denkler Avenue
Learn about the life and times of "Unsinkable" Molly Brown in her restored home in Hannibal, Missouri. The Molly Brown Museum has recently been updated inside and out. Stop in to learn the history of Molly Brown and her connection to the Titanic. Did you know Molly was on her way to Hannibal when the Titanic sank? Visit her Hannibal birthplace and learn more about this legendary American heroine. See the restored Irish immigrant's cottage where Molly's rags to riches story began.
Memorial Day - Labor Day: Daily 10am - 4pm
Labor Day - October: Weekends 10am - 4pm
Hannibal History Museum
200 North Main Street • 573-248-1819 • HannibalHistoryMuseum.com
Explore the rich history of Hannibal's remarkable past! Photographs, artifacts, and interactive exhibits tell the stories of the first log cabins in 1819, the Antebellum years of slavery and steamboats, the coming of the railroads and Civil War, the prosperity of the lumber barons during Hannibal's Gilded Age, and prominent Hannibalians throughout the 19th and 20th centuries. Check our website for special programs and events.
April - October: 10am - 7pm
November - March: 10am - 5pm
closed January 2013
Big River Train Town & Museum
320 North 3rd Street • 573-221-1966
All aboard! To Train Town. Where toy trains come alive. New and vintage toy trains. Take a journey to a time where the golden age of railroading and toy trains was a part of most everyone's life. So stroll back and enjoy our operating and interactive layouts, along with toy train memorabilia. Bring your camera and smiles Fun for all ages. Also visit our depot store. Open daily. Small admission. Family and group rates available.
1000 Bird Street • 573-221-4140 or 877-423-4140 • RockCliffeMansion.com
Take a step back in time, Rockcliffe Mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places. Tour a turn-of-the-century mansion. Rockcliffe Mansion is a 13,500 sq.ft grand residence built on a 4 acres overlooking the Might Mississippi River and the historic town of Hannibal. Built between 1898 and 1900 by lumber baron John J. Cruikshank, Jr. with his wife and four daughters, the family lived in Rockcliffe until 1924. Decorated int he Art Nouveau style, popular from 1890 - 1910, most of the original antique furnishings and fixtures are preserved and on display. The Mansion is filled with rich mahogany, oak and walnut appointments, magnificent Palladian windows and the finest interior decorations from America and Europe. Numerous architectural features can never again be duplicated. After being abandoned for 43 years, Rockcliffe Mansion was saved just days before demolition was to begin. Stop by today to see the 30 rooms now available for public viewing.
Guided Tours Daily:
March 15 - Nov. 15
First Tour begins at 10am • Last tour begins at 4pm
Mark Twain Cave
573-221-1656 • 300 Cave Hollow Road • Hannibal, Missouri 63401 • www.MarkTwainCave.com
The Mark Twain Cave Complex boasts America's Oldest and Newest Show Caves. Mark Twain Cave is Missouri's first Show Cave. The cave was first shown in 1886 and is a Registered National Natural Landmark.We are located approximately one mile south of Hannibal on Highway 79. Also experience "Mark Twain Live" by Jim Waddell at Cave Hollow Theatre. Raconteur Jim Waddell reweaves yarns first spun by the creator of some of our most treasured literature. This presentation has been lauded by Twainian scholars for its authenticity of deliverance and mannerisms.
Cave Hollow West Winery
300 Cave Hollow Road • 1 mile South of Hannibal • 573-221-1656 • MarkTwainCave.com
Featuring exclusive wines to fit all budgets and taste with free tastings offered daily. While here enjoy the Shops of Cave Hollow featuring unique gifts, hand-crafted candles and florals. Come relax and spend the day with us at the Mark Twain Cave Complex where our local wine experts will educated and entertain you. Mark Twain quote, "There are no standards of taste in wine, cigars, poetry,porse,etc. Each man's own taste is the standard and a majority vote can not decide for him."
Haunted Hannibal Ghost Tours
217 North Main Street • (573) 248-1819 • HauntedHannibal.com
Climb aboard our shuttle for a chilling guided tour and learn the history and secrets of many of Hannibal's most notoriously haunted sites - both past and present! Hear stories of murder and mischief during Mark Twain's boyhood, meet the present-day ghosts of the mansions on Millionaires' Row, walk amongst the graves of slaves and civil War soldiers at Old Baptist Cemetery to search for signs of paranormal activity, and so much more! Visit our website for tour dates and times.
B&B Theatres Main Street Cinema 8
100 South Main Street • (573) 248-1966 • BBTheatres.com
All Digital projectors! Wall to Wall Screens! For showtimes, visit our website listed above.
Barron Aviation - Hannibal Airport
6079 County Road 425 • (573) 221-3230 • BarronAviation.com
Looking for a unique activity? How about a scenic air tour? An aerobatic ride? A tandem skydive? We offer all these incredible experiences righ here at America's Hometown airport. For an exceptional gift idea, we have gift certificates available for everyone. Call us today for a memory of a lifetime!
Norwoods Golf Club
52651 Norwoods Place • (573) 248-1998 • NorwoodsGolfClub.com
Established 18-hole golf course off Hwy MM & Paris Gravel Road (County Rd. 418) Practice range, chipping, & putting green, snack bar & golf shop. Tourist & groups welcome. Men's slope ratings 122, 120, 116. Ladies slope ratings 126, 109.
2000 Harrison Hill • Hannibal, MO
Enjoy 465 acres of natural wooded land offering scenic views of the Mississippi River. This park has picnic tables, shelters, walking trails, playground and beautiful views of the Mighty Mississippi.
Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse • Cardiff Hill Park
Panoramic view of Hannibal and the Mississippi River. 244 steps begin at the North end of Main Street.
(573) 406-1272 • Open May - October.
Garth Woodside Masion
11069 New London Gravel Road • 573-221-2789 or 888-427-8409 • GarthMansion.com
Taste Missouri Wines and See a Mansion!
No need to travel our entire state; featuring wines from Blumenhof, Crown Valley, Saint James Winery, and more. PLUS take a guided tour of Garth Mansion's main floor. See and hear just who the Garth family was. May be closed for private events/weddings and some weekends. OPEN Saturday 11am - 3pm and SUnday Noon-4pm.
Tom & Huck Statue
Located at the foot of Cardiff Hill at Main Street.
See the bronze statue of Twain's most memorable and mischievous characters.
Hannibal Parks and Recreation
573-221-0154 • HannibalParks.org
Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse
Cardiff Hill Park
Panoramic view of Hannibal and the Mississippi River. To begin your journey up the 244 steps to the lighthouse, head to the North end of Main Street in Hannibal, MO.