crinoids
ANCIENT BRONZE JEWELRY
ANCIENT BRONZE JEWELRY
The Vikings are coming! The Vikings were masters at casting bronze jewelry and forging iron battle axes. See a dazzling collection of Viking jewelry and touch an actual Viking battle axe.
diorama
DIORAMAS
Most fossils are fragmented or distorted and do not show the animals true shape. A diorama gives the visitor a rare glimpse of the prehistoric world.
Audobon bird
LOCAL HISTORY
Birds attributed to James Audubon.
IMPACT BRECCIA
IMPACT BRECCIA
This rock was formed when a meteorite hit the earth. See meteorites from around the world and don't miss our famous Ste. Genevieve meteorite.
VOTIVE FIGURINES
MAYAN CULTURE 500 A.D.
These clay votive figures were offerings and prayers to the gods. Learn about the Pre Columbian cultures of South America.
Audobon bird
TRADE BEADS
These colorful glass beads were staples of the Fur Trade era. Native Americans were dazzled by the brilliance as they had never seen glass.
hadrosaur and babies
THE MISSOURI DINOSAUR
Did you know that dinosaurs roamed Missouri 67 million years ago? Come see a 30-foot Missouri dinosaur, Hypsibema missouriense.
trilobyte
TRACKING THE TRILOBITE
Trilobites were among the most prolific animals to ever inhabit the earth. See a stunning collection of fossil trilobites from around the world.
LOCAL HISTORY
Diorama of the Sainte Genevieve transfer boat used from 1922 - 1961.
fur trade
FUR TRADE ERA
Learn about the types of equipment and trade goods that were used during the Fur Trade in the 1700s.
native artifacts
PRIMITIVE MONEY
Primitive money can be items like beads, small bronze bells, shells, salt and even cocoa beans. Collecting forms of primitive money can be an inexpensive and interesting hobby.
t rex
TYRANNOSAURUS REX
See a life size replica of the famous Stan T-rex skull. With teeth the size of daggers, it's the best preserved T-rex skull ever uncovered.

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