What better way to memorialize the past and appreciate it than erect monuments? Check out Hannibal’s during your visit!
Located in Cardiff Hill Park, the Mark Twain Lighthouse gives you a 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.
A celebration of the ethnically diverse town erected in 1903, as immigrants came to work at the Atlas Cement plant. Cement from the Ilasco plant was used in building the Panama Canal and other major projects in the United States.