Stay in a 125-Year-Old Farmhouse

The Weber Farm has been in the family since 1892, and now you can book a reservation at the property.


Making It to the Middle

Immigrants in our history came for the same reasons they do today, but some things are different.


A Warrensburg Gem

Step backward in time at the McClure Archives and University Museum in Warrensburg.


The USS Missouri

Discover the history on the 75th anniversary of the Japanese surrender aboard the ship.


Digging for Truth

Archaeological findings shape our understanding of the past.


Wake Up and Smell the Coffee Revival

Missourians love their coff ee now as much as they did hundreds of years ago when the French first brought coff ee to the shores of the Mississippi River. Indie co ffee shops, boutique roasters, national brands, and regional roasters are pleasing customers all over the state.


The Tribes of Missouri Part 2: Things Fall Apart

At a time when the nations of Europe were competing for global control of trade and land, the New World offered the ideal opportunity to fill European coffers and expand their empires. The only problem was that someone already lived here.


7 Time-Honored State Fair Traditions

Each year there’s something new to see, and yet some components of the Fair date back from before Missouri actually had a designated State Fair. Let’s take a walk through time and look at some of the State Fair’s most proud traditions.