Take a Step Back in Time
When you visit the Henry County Museum and Cultural Arts Complex, you take a step back in time. The rich heritage of Henry County is alive in every room of this unique museum and cultural arts complex. Located at 203 West Franklin, just off the Historic Square District in Clinton, Missouri, this museum complex is composed of four buildings which reflect the diverse architecture of Henry County.
National Register of Historic Places
A fully restored Anheuser-Busch distribution center serves as the main building of the museum and is proudly included on the National Register of Historic Places. This red brick structure contains the original floor plan and ornamentation as designed by the Anheuser-Busch company. The clerk's office, work room, cooling room, stables and loft are still present, but now hold a variety of unique collections from Henry County's past. Also included on the National Register of Historic Places is our Dorman House.
A Docent is available to conduct tours of the Building and of the Dog Trot area. Dorman House tours must be made in advance.
Open April through December
The Museum is open April through December, Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Genealogy Library is open Monday to Friday 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Bus Tours, School Groups, Church Groups, and other organizations are always welcome. Arrangements for groups of ten or more should be made by contacting the Henry County Museum at 660-885-8414 or by clicking here to go to our contact page.