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Missouri State Museum

Flag Conservation

The Missouri State Museum requests funding to conserve and frame three flags/banners in its collection. Conservation and framing will slow deterioration and allow for the exhibition of these flags. All three flags area are from the WWI Era. 

Missouri State Museum

The Missouri state Capitol rests on a limestone bluff on the south bank of the Missouri River. Built in 1924 as a monument to Missouri's Citizens the State Capitol is as impressive inside as it is out. 

Some of the most notable artists of the day were commissioned to decorate the Capitol. Which has resulted in a spectacular collection of art in various mediums, including, stained glass, murals, carvings and statuary. Perhaps most famous are the murals painted by Missouri native artist Thomas Hart Benton. Benton was commissioned to paint several murals in the capitol building, many of which are noted as tour highlights by visitors.

All four floors of Missouri's Capitol are open to the public. A guided tour is the best way to experience the the most iconic features of the building.  However, if a tour isn't quite your speed or you have limited time to explore visit the interpretive displays located on the first floor for a walk through Missouri history. 


Plan a trip to Jefferson City to explore one of Missouri's most famous (and impressive) buildings. 

To donate to support this request or any "All Missouri Parks" requests, click here.

To learn more about the Missouri State Museum, click here. 

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