Jim the Wonder Dog Museum and Marshall Welcome Center
101 North Lafayette St
1985 South Odell
Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Or by Special Appointment
The Nicholas-Beazley Museum there are many exhibits that showcase some exciting and rare items. Spanning from 1920's - 1940's.
Boonslick Barn Quilt Tour
J & J's Paintball, LLC
2526 East Eastwood
Saline County Courthouse
19 East Arrow
Located in the center of the town square, the Saline County Courthouse was built in 1882. The 110’x110’ cross gable with a central tower building, is built of red pressed brick and trimmed in limestone. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977. In 2005, the Courthouse lawn became a demonstration site for treescape planning and management as part of a TRIM Project that the County government spearheaded for Saline County
World War I Doughboy Statue
Saline County Courthouse north entrance
Authorized by a special act of the state legislature on May 6, 1919, the Doughboy Memorial was dedicated on October 12, 1927. The statue “is to commemorate the part played in World War I by Saline County soldiers, sailors and marines. It is also to commemorate the work of those who had stay-at-home duties. In other words, this statue is a tribute to every Saline County resident in every activity which bore on the war.”
Saline County Courthouse Southeast Lawn
In 1991, a red granite memorial was erected on the southeast corner of the lawn to honor those who paid the ultimate price for their country from World War I, World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Persian Gulf War and the War in Iraq.
Civil War Driving Tour
Throughout the Civil War, Marshall was garrisoned by Union Troops. Although Marshall was strategically unimportant, the town was the victim of two Confederate raids and site of the climactic Battle of Marshall.
Pennytown Church & Community
County Road 205, Marshall
In 1871, Joe Penny, a freedman from Kentucky, paid $160 for eight acres of land in Saline County, Missouri. Eleven other purchases were made by Penny and other black families which constituted the sixty-four acres known as Pennytown, the largest of Saline County’s black hamlets. In 1988, the church building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Statue of Liberty Replica – Indian Foothills Park
1510 East Eastwood Street
At the entrance to Indian Foothills Park is a small replica of the Statue of Liberty. At one time, there were many of these replicas in the US but she is a representative of a small number which survive.
First Presbyterian Church – the Rock Church212 East North Street660-886-5112Located at North Street and Odell, one block off the square, the church was used as a hospital and logistics headquarters in the Battle of Marshall in the Civil War.
Van Meter State Park & American Indian Cultural Center
Hwy 122, Miami, MO
Other area lakes and conservation area information and directions to lakes at www.mdc.mo.gov
118 East North Street
Salt Fork YMCA
740 East Yerby Street
Opportunity awaits to spend leisure time having fun while exercising improving health and wellness. Enjoy the kids gym, indoor pool, gym, fitness area or participate in an aerobics class. Hours: Monday thru Friday 5:00 AM – 10:00 PM, Saturday 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Sunday 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Indian Foothills Park
1640 East Eastwood
325 acre park including:
Aquatic Center – Features zero depth entry pool, a diving pool and a 25- foot waterslide ending in a safety pool. Open daily in the summer.
Disc Golf Courses (2) – One of the most beautiful and challenging 36-hole disc golf courses in Missouri.
Indian Foothills Golf Course – 18-hole public golf course. Open year round. Call 660-831-0929 for more information.
State of the Art Skateboard Park
Shelters – Available for all types of celebrations; all shelters are equipped with barbecue grills and electricity. Reservations are required for all shelters.
Additional Facilities – Tennis courts, baseball field, softball fields, sand volleyball courts, horseshoe courts, archery range, children’s playground and lots of beautiful flower gardens. Park is open 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM daily.
Hole Lotta Fun Mini Golf
760 South Odell
1155 Santa Fe Trails
Marshall Junction Conservation Area
This is a mostly forest area with old fields and cropland. Facilities/features: firearms range, several fishless ponds, and a permanent stream (Blackwater River).
Bird watching, canoeing, fishing, hunting and there is a 50 yard shooting range, shotguns NOT permitted. Call for details.
Stone Hedge Golf Club (semi-private)
2760 Cypress Dr
Stone Hedge Golf Club is a 9-hole links style golf club designed by Gary Kern. This par 36, 3,400 yard facility opened in the fall of 2000, and has two lakes that come into play on five of the holes. Four sets of tee markers allow you to play the course from a wide range of distances to challenge your game
Dennis Brothers Equine Civil War Monument
Ridge Park Cemetery
This equestrian monument, erected as a symbol of the struggle of the war which divided the Dennis Brothers in their youth, symbolizes the war service of Austin and Davis Dennis. The theme of the monument is one of unity rather than division. It was sculpted by the famous Italian Bartholli at Barre, Vermont, and was set in place in the summer of 1901. “Parted in life only by individual thinking and opinions, the brothers are united through the ages by a common tomb.”
Arrow Rock State Historic Site & Campground
Arrow Rock, MO
660-837-3330 – 877-422-6766 Reservations
Arrow Rock State Historic Site Visitor Center & Museum
4th & Van Buren, Arrow Rock, MO
Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre
Arrow Rock, MO
The Lyceum has been entertaining audiences in the heart of Missouri for over 50 years producing a variety of musicals, dramas and comedies. Performers, designers, directors, and technicians take residence in Arrow Rock for six months each year to bring its patrons Broadway caliber productions throughout the summer.