1612 N. Providence Road
Columbia, MO 65202
Phone: (573) 449-2491
Fax: (573) 874-6720
1612 N. Providence Road, Columbia, MO, US, 65202
- Phone: (573) 449-2491
- Fax: (573) 874-6720
The Samuel H. and Isabel Smith House is an ancient structure that is highly regarded for its stellar artisan glassworks. The house site traces and redefines the Italianate style of architecture and is registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
Wabash Railroad Station and Freight House is located at Columbia, Missouri. It was built in the year 1909 C.E and is a historic train station and headquarters of Columbia Transit. It is also the pickup point for Megabus and is the busiest bus stop in Columbia. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on October 11, 1979.
Eminent Chicago architect T. N. Bell was the chief architect behind the monumental First Christian Church in Columbia, Missouri. It was erected in 1893 and is located at 101 North Tenth Street in Columbia. It stands as a fine illustration of the Romanesque and Classical Revival styles of architecture. It has a distinctive library that maintains a bevy of books, music CDs, video tapes, fine photographs, and much more. A renowned church structure in the vicinity, it had recorded as many as 836 participating members with an average attendance of 275 in 2007.
The YouZeum is the only interactive health science museum in Mid-Missouri. They offer a variety of programs ranging from scout overnights to birthday parties to home school programs.
Coca-Cola Bottling Company Building is a former bottling plant in downtown Columbia. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Columbia Cemetery is located on a hilltop that overlooks downtown Columbia. Covering over 35 acres (14 hectares) of land, this place is a peaceful site to grieve, seek inspiration and solace, and to celebrate life. Their professional staff are helpful to families in need of the burial services.
The Missouri United Methodist Church is a historic church building established in 1925. Built with limestone, the building shows Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. Located in downtown, the church has continued to function since its birth. The grand and magnificent structure of the building is truly eye catching. The congregation hosts regular masses and events along with other religious practices and ceremonies.
The David R. Francis Quadrangle or simply 'The Quad', is an integral part of the history and University of Missouri's campus. The Quad is a fine example of the splendid architectural designs of renowned architect Morris Frederick Bell. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, it is home to several historical structures as well as monuments.
Great place to go. Includes reference and newspaper libraries.
Award-winning five acre garden featuring over 300 varieties of trees and shrubs plus over 15,000 annuals and perennials. Also features a replica of a one-room school house, a rose garden, and concerts every Sunday evening throughout the summer.
The Mizzou Botanic Garden is located in the University of Missouri and is a large green space having innumerable species of plants. The facility is open throughout the year and conducts tours for better understanding of the plant world. The main attractions at the park include the Wildlife Pond, the Arboretum and the grave marker of Thomas Jefferson. The facility also boasts of a Peony Garden and a Butterfly Garden.
Spread across a massive stretch of land, the Stephens Lake Park is a popular tourist attraction. Its natural greens elevate appeal of the scenic lake located at the center of the park. The offers numerous recreation facilities like indoor and outdoor sports facilities, an amphitheater, an open play field and few picnic shelters. There is also a swimming zone at the lake. Catering to all age groups, the park is a famous choice for family outings and one day trips. Besides, it also serves host to a few cultural and entertainment events at its amphitheater. Call for further assistance.