2451 Tower Drive
Bolivar, MO 65613
Phone: (417) 326-6169
Fax: (417) 326-6170
Arts & Museums
Includes military vehicles, airplane models and more.
Preserving railroad history of the St. Louis, San Franscisco Railroad, and other Railroads including Frisco Locomotive No. 4524, Burlington Baggage Car, Chicago and Northwestern Commuter Car No.2, Burlington Northern Caboose No.10786, and model locomotives from the 1904 worlds fair. Hundreds of pictures, paintings, and many artifacts from the Frisco Railroad and others.
Devoted to preserving the history of Springfield and Greene County, this museum features an array of exhibits from prehistoric times through the 1950's. There are also rotating exhibits that highlight various historical topics on site. Hands-on areas for children are also on site.
Take the entire family out to enjoy this museum for people of all ages.
The new, large interactive museum/aquarium exhibits fish, birds, mammals and reptiles in natural habitats that include a river, 140,000-gallon freshwater lake, 222,000-gallon saltwater ocean and more.
The Wonders of Wildlife Museum and Aquarium, is a stunning site that features above 225 species of animals, aquariums both fresh and saltwater, attractive displays, interactive sessions, and also educational programs. The visitors get to watch the natural native habitat and wildlife species of Missouri, the pond life from beneath, a 'Out to Sea' exhibit that features a 21 feet deep and 225,000 gallon aquarium which is a home of the sharks and several tropical fishes. The museum also hosts several receptions that can accommodate almost 400 people. The facility also includes larger groups to rent the whole site if required.
The city's oldest cultural institution with eight galleries.
Stroll past the indoor fish pond and waterfall as you view the beautiful displays of fine woodworking, antique and collectible guns, swords and knives.
Visit this great Civil War Museum for educational and interesting displays.
Replica of the Hubble Telescope, quarter-size. Town is the birthplace of Edwin Hubble, the telescope's creator.
This 22,000 square foot museum is filled with numerous sports memorabilia and interactive displays including areas where you can broadcast a game or throw a touchdown pass.
Learn about the history of Ozark and the way of life in the early days at this museum that includes exhibits and artifacts about some of Christian County's more famous native residents.