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 250 Business 36 , Chillicothe, MO, US, 64601

  • Phone: (660) 646-9900
  • Fax: (660) 646-1669
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»Grace Episcopal Church

Established in 1867, Grace Episcopal Church has been serving the Christian community of Missouri's Chillicothe, for more than 150 years. Located on Elm Street, the church was constructed in the Early English Gothic style and occupies 1 acre (0.4 hectares) of land. The pristine white structure features a bright red door as its entrance. Grace Episcopal Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

421 Elm Street
Chillicothe, MO 64601

»Locust Creek Covered Bridge

Popularly known as the Linn County Bridge, the Locust Creek Covered Bridge, as mentioned in it's name is a covered bridge. With the beauty of the Locust Creek besides it, and the greenery that surrounds the bridge, the bridge is a great place for some alone time or may be a walk. The bridge is said to be the longest bridge out of the four other bridges of Missouri. 

Dart Road
Meadville, MO 64651

»Gen. John J. Pershing Boyhood Home

This beautiful historic structure is where Gen. John J. Pershing was brought up till his adulthood. A General in the army, he was responsible for leading the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I. Today, this house in which Pershing grew is open to public for exploration. The house, which is built in Gothic Revival style and the one-room Prairie Mound School are both preserved very well. Tours of this historic site are undertaken from time to time. The site of his boyhood home has been added to the National Register of Historic Places and is also designated as a National Historic Landmark.

1100 Pershing Drive
Laclede, MO 64651
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