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Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum
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120 N Main St Hannibal, MO 63401
120 North Main StreetUSMissouriHannibal63401
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The original home of the author, along with remnants of the town from his era, are on display.- Google
"The museum is nicely laid out and easy to get through."
"It is a great place for Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn readers like me."
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Nathan Sullivan
3 months ago
Beautiful museum with very friendly staff. This is a perfect spot for a family day trip to walk, learn, and enjoy the weather. It's perfectly located in the downtown area surrounded with a decent selection of shops and restaurants to visit as you walk to the different sites. Everything has been lovingly restored to give you the feeling that you are seeing things the way they really were when Mark Twain was a child.
Paul Schulte
a month ago
Well worth a visit. The museum is nicely laid out and easy to get through.
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Mariusz Zielezny
a year ago
I visited this place on the way from Chicago to Kansas City. I like the historical places and it did not disappoint me, of course. The old town had very interesting architecture. And the writer's house. Walking through the streets of his town was truly a great moment for me. As for the old place is in quite good condition preserved. A front of every historic building is located array of diligent description. Near the house right next to the parking lot are located stairs after which you can get out of the old bridge which was located here. Of course it is called the Mark Twain Bridge. From this place it is a great view of the whole area. This museum is really a treausure and the people who take care of it should be so proud.
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Angela Lovell
4 years ago
One of the most adorable, old-timey tourist spots left! The people are incredible - I keep saying someone should make a documentary about this place because there's a serious zaniness. The cave, boyhood home, museum, riverboat, lighthouse, cemetery, and Lulabelle's (fantastic ex-brothel turned restaurant) all make it worth the trek. I seriously think I could LIVE here (and that's saying a lot coming from a New Yorker.) Music Under the Stars features some incredible talents too. Try to visit around the 4th of July for mud volleyball, parades, Tom and Becky contest, whitewashing contests, and carnival rides - all were fantastic!
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Yuri Mamchur
4 months ago
One of the most amazing experiences (if you've read the books). I've driven 48 states and this was one of the most memorable stops.
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Harold Carey Jr
8 months ago
I visited here with my waif and kids. It is a great place for Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn readers like me. It has History of Samuel Clemens and how he created his characters. The admission covers Mark Twain's Boyhood Home, Huckleberry Finn House, Becky Thatcher House, Museum Gallery, Tom & Huck Statue, and to to free seasonal performances of Mark Twain and Aunt Rachel. Adults $11.00, Children $6.00 5 and under free
Sharon Adams
a year ago
Me and my husband jim were the first couple married at the lighthouse 20 yrs ago on july 2. We had our reception on the mark twain river boat. It was all so nice . We had 16 people travel there and I recommend going out of town for anyone to get married. It was during mark twain days and we all loved it. The people and businesses were all so nice. Thank you pam and jim adams
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Michelle Webster
3 years ago
Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn fans, you will love this! History of Samuel Clemens and how he developed his characters and plots are revealed here as well as much American history. Stroll "downtown" and visit the Indian Trading Post too - an interesting store with unique gifts. Sad to say that the museum is in some need of funding. Becky Thatcher's home and the Grant Drugstore were both closed, but information was provided outside about their significance.
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