Libraries, Museums & More

Museums in Missouri

Find everything from American Indian history to interpretations of French Colonial settlements, President Harry S. Truman to outlaw Jesse James, a museum dedicated to dogs and another dedicated to the history of psychiatric treatment. Find a museum near you today.

State Archives

The Missouri State Archives is the official repository for state records of permanent and historical value. The State Archives regularly schedules events and exhibits that are open to the public.

Missouri Digital Heritage

More than 6.8 million records can be accessed online through Missouri Digital Heritage, including the collections of the Missouri State Archives, the Missouri State Library and more than 50 institutions from across the state.

Missouri Supreme Court Library

Located on the second floor of the Supreme Court Building, the two-story high Supreme Court Library is a select government depository that offers reference services for members of the bench and the general assembly, and is open for use by lawyers and the public during regular business hours.

Missouri State Library

The Missouri State Library provides direct library and information service in support of the Executive and Legislative branches of Missouri State government, library service to blind and physically challenged residents of Missouri, and promotes the development and improvement of library services throughout the state. Its services are available to State employees.

The Wolfner Talking Book and Braille Library is a free library service to anyone in the State of Missouri who is unable to use standard print materials due to a visual or physical disability.