Museums

Discover our history


While you’re at Maramec Springs, visit our two museums that feature the regions nature and rich history. Do you wonder what the ruins used to look like during production? Visit the Maramec Museum of Natural and Cultural History. View grandmas kitchen from the 19th century at the Ozark Agriculture Museum. Pssst: You can buy cold treats at the snack shop there too!

Continue below to learn more about the museums features and hours.

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Maramec Museum

The Maramec Museum features interactive displays that teach us about the natural and historical importance of this region. Some of the displays include artifacts found from the Ironworks, education about Missouri wildlife, water touch tables, the science behind springs and the water cycle, models of the Ironworks in the 1800’s, aquarium and more! We also host interpretive programs taught by the Park’s Naturalist. School field trips welcome!

  • Hours: Wednesday through Sunday 11am-4pm
  • Cost: FREE
  • Contact: Kendra Swee for school programs at kendraswee@maramecspringpark.org

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Ozark agriculture Museum

Immerse yourself in life during the 19th and early 20th centuries by visiting the Ozark Agriculture Museum. View the preserved equipment used on farms, oldtime vehicles, broom making, a blacksmith shop, and grannys kitchen. Don’t forget a tasty snack from our Snack Shop!

  • Hours: Thursday through Sunday, 9am-2pm (suggested to visit in the morning on hot days)
  • Cost: FREE