Experience the American frontier at this reconstructed 1812 fort.


Hours

Tue-Sun 9 am – 4:30 pm

Contact Information

107 Osage Street
Sibley, MO 64088
Phone: 816-650-3278
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Location Type

Living History
Museum
National Register of Historic Places

Site Info

Parking
Restroom
Hiking
Wheelchair
AC / Heating
Bus / RV Parking
Giftshop
Group Meeting Room
Group Tours
Hiking Trails
Parking
Restrooms
Staffed
Water Fountain
Wheel Chair Accessible

Documents

Project Archaeology Registration Form - Download (434 KB)
Project Archaeology Flier - Download (216 KB)

Stories & Comments

Gordon Julich  |  on 12/5/2011
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Under the direction of William Clark, Fort Osage was built in 1808 and functioned as an outpost in the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase and protected the US Factory Trade House there. It aided the American govenment in befriending Osage Indians and offered Missouri's early settlers and explorers a sanctuary from which to venture westward. The buildings are reproductions of the original Fort buildings. They have been painstakingly rebuilt according to detailed plans of similar forts preserved
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