Explore A
Rural Way of
Life
in
Andrew County
where life
on the farm
and in town is
still celebrated.


 

HOURS OF OPERATION
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10-4
Wednesday 10-4
Thursday 10-4
Friday 10-4
Saturday 10-4
Sunday Closed


UPCOMING EVENTS


Shelly Cox
"The Beaver Trade in Northwest Missouri"
May 30 - 2 PM

Becky Carlson, Missouri State Archives
"Andrew County History Fun Facts Gleaned from Local Records"
June 27 - 2 PM

Carole Johnson
"Andrew County's Poor Farm to Shady Lawn"
July 25 - 2PM

Sue McClaran
"History of Bolckow, MO"
August 29

Doug Martin
"Stories of a Traveling Sewing Machine Salesman"
September 26 - 2PM

Kathy Ridge
"How to Do Genealogy"
November 28 - 2PM

Winter Event
December 5 - 6PM

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ADMISSION
Adults $3
Seniors/Students $2
 
LOCATION
202 East Duncan Drive
Savannah, Missouri 64485


VISIT US


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The Andrew County Museum’s mission is to engage visitors in learning about the county’s past, to understand and appreciate a rural way of life. The Museum does this by collecting, preserving, researching, and interpreting the history of Andrew County – its families, farms, towns, social life, and community spirit – through dynamic exhibits, programs, publications, and events.