1441 W. Central
Carthage, MO 64836-1020
Phone: (417) 358-3900
Fax: (417) 358-6839
Once used as the first Jasper County Courthouse, this authentic log cabin contains a large collection of Native American Indian artifacts and a collection of historical guns.
Spread over 9.9 acres (4.0 hectares) of land, the Jasper County Courthouse, is a beautiful historic structure that is built in Romanesque Revival and Richardsonian Romanesque styles. Having a picturesque view from far, this structure is truly beautiful and features as a museum to the public. Consisting of towers and arches, the structure grabs the tourists to come and visit this place atleast once.
A three-story Victorian home built in 1895. The Phelps House contains original light fixtures and wall treatments, beautiful woodwork and ten fireplaces. Tours available.
This battle area offers an enjoyable tour for the whole family.
A living history museum and headquarters to North and South during the Civil War. Offers first person tours with authentically-costumed guides by appointment.
The last of the original drive-in theatres is named after the famous Route 66 Highway. Movies are shown every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Precious Moments Chapel is a beautiful building features 52 stunning Biblical murals inside.
Once the home of Sam Butcher, the museum offers a wonderful collection of world treasures, art and unique furnishings from around the world.
An inspirational water, light and music show featuring Precious Moments artwork and soundtrack by members on the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Features hot air balloon rides and lessons.
Grand Falls holds first place in Missouri as the only continuously flowing waterfall.
Civil War and Spanish-American War veterans and early settlers are buried in Cox Cemetery. Located north of the homestead of Joplin's co-founder, John C. Cox.