Christian County Museum – Ozark, Missouri

Christian County Museum.jpgChristian County Museum – Ozark, Missouri is a museum which specializes in displays and exhibits pertaining to the history of Christian County and the surrounding Ozarks.

It includes displays such as Railroads; Old Mills; Our Indian Heritage; The Bllyeu Canning Factory; Pioneer Tools; Entertainment In The Ozarks; Christian County Industry; The Early Settler’s Household Utensils; Antique Business Machines; The Springfield Wagon; The Baldknobbers; Civil War In The Ozarks; Toys From The Past; Christian County Hall Of Fame; Riverdale, Missouri; Delivering The Mail; and others, the museum will feature an expanded display on oldtime medicine and a special exhibit on pioneer photography.

The Christian County Museum and Historical Society is open for visitors in the late spring, throughout the summer months, and in early fall. Contact the museum for specific hours. This historical society and museum publishes a quarterly journal called "The Christian County Historian." Back issues are available for purchase at the museum.

Location: 202 W Church Street

Phone: call 417-485-2929

Hours: Sping through late fass
Friday & Saturday 10:00am-4:00pm
Sundays 1:00 – 4:00pm


  1. Barbara (Pigg) Miller says:

    I have a friendship quilt made by “Ladies’ Aid, October 16, 1935, met with Mae Phipps”. Is there any interest in displaying the quilt in the museum?