Welcome to the Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center
School Season is Here!!
We're happy to help area students learn about Daniel Boone, Missouri history, and pioneer life throughout the spring. However, this means that we are sometimes limited on what types of tours we can offer other visitors when our field trips are on site. If you are interested in visiting us this spring, especially on weekday mornings, please give us a call ahead of time to see what we can offer. We can't wait to show you around the Boone Home too! (636) 798-2005
Bringing History to Life...
Step into history at the Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center. The Daniel Boone Home is nestled upon the rolling hills of wine country and overlooks the Femme Osage Valley. This beautiful setting represents life in the early 1800s from its adventures to its lifelong struggles. The Boone Home brings the legacy of Daniel Boone to life. Within the thick limestone walls, stories of a daring man offer a glimpse into family matters, risky adventures, and hard-fought battles.
Jamestown on the Missouri
Come experience the new exhibit now open at The Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center!
The Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center presents Jamestown on the Missouri, an exhibit that examines the lives, customs, and traditions of people that called the Missouri frontier their home.
The exhibit is open daily to self-guiders from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Admission to the exhibit is granted with the purchase of a self-guided tour or combination tour. Lindenwood University Faculty, Staff, and Students receive free admission with a Lindenwood I.D.
The exhibit is located in the Newton-Howell House at the Historic Daniel Boone Home & Heritage Center.
For more information, please contact the site’s Curator, Kristine Madras - (636) 798-2005 or Kmadras@lindenwood.edu.
The Historic Daniel Boone Home and Heritage Center is very pleased to announce the dedication of the pavilion on Sunday, May 17, 2015. The pavilion is a welcome addition to the site at 5,130 square feet plus additional restrooms. It will function as a gathering area for school groups, special events, and other tour groups visiting the Boone Home. It will also serve as a covered area for those wishing to have lunch on site during inclement weather. The pavilion boasts a magnificent view of the historic village as well as four sets of beautifully crafted display cases designed and built by the Boone Home’s amazing volunteer carpenters! The display cases will be used as a rotating exhibit space for artifacts pertaining to Daniel Boone and the Missouri frontier in the early 1800s.
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