Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum
208 Hill Street
Hannibal, MO 63401
+1 573 221 9010
Within the humble two story house made of wood paneling, one of America's most important cultural figures not only came of age, but gained experiences that would contribute to some of the country's most memorable literary moments. Mark Twain's boyhood home continues to draw in thousands of visitors each year, delighting guests with the white wooden fence that featured prominently in Tom Sawyer to a cave that sparked Twain's imagination as a child.