Hannibal History MuseumHannibal History Museum is filled with exhibits on Hannibal's unique past.

200 N. Main St.
(573) 221-1819
Dates & Hours: May – October 10am – 7pm;  November – April 10am – 5pm

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.

Learn the stories of other famous Hannibal residents, including Ukulele Ike, known best as the voice of Jiminy Cricket, and the Titanic’s own ‘Unsinkable’ Molly Brown. Check out the gift shop for a wide variety of handmade and vintage items, including accessories for the Steampunk enthusiast.

Check the Hannibal History Museum website for upcoming special programs and events. HannibalHistoryMuseum.com

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