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
Arts & Museums
The exhibitions offered by the Columbia Art League feature visual artists from around the nation.
Visit this local gallery representing over 250 of the state's finest craft artists.
Housed within the Pickard Hall building at the University of Missouri, the Museum of Art and Archaeology is primarily an art museum. With a varied range of artifacts and pieces of art on display, the museum gives its visitors an insight into the local history. The museum was established in 1957 by Professor John Pickard, the first head of the Department of Art History and Archaeology at the University of Missouri. Initiated as a study collection in the department, the museum was moved to its current location in 1976, making it a full-fledged visitor's gallery. Oil copies of paintings, plaster casts of sculptures, photographs and other such collectibles are the essence of this place.
Visitors of all ages enjoy the interesting tours and variety of anthropological exhibits at this museum.
This museum contains history and art exhibits and offers educational tours of the building and displays.
A hands-on learn-through-play children's museum in mid-Missouri.
The National Churchill Museum is nestled within the sprawling campus of Westminster College. As the name suggests, this museum is dedicated to Sir Winston Churchill. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, it gives an insight into the life of this prominent personality in the history of United States. For details, check website.
View this display case filled with memorabilia and gold 1936 Olympic medals of Helen Stephens, a Fulton native and a William Woods Alumna.
You'll find 75 rare automobiles, classic fire trucks, model trains, and restored tractors at this museum that also features an array of rotating memorabilia including arrowhead collections and china dolls.
This museum showcases a variety of historical displays dating back to the early 1800s and also features books on the history of Callaway County. Genealogy research is also available.