Missouri Bicentennial Mural at Bollinger County Museum

Be a part of history! Join us at Bollinger County Museum of Natural History in Marble Hill, MO, on June 21.

The public is invited to add their brush strokes to the Missouri Bicentennial Mural created by Missouri Bicentennial Paint For A Cause from Noon-4:30 p.m. Commemorative buttons featuring the symbols of Missouri will be available for a small donation.

The State of Missouri turns 200 years old on August 10, 2021. This historic project was created to celebrate Missouri’s 200th birthday.

Juried Best of Missouri Hands artists Aaron Horrell and Barb Bailey, with 1 or 2 assistants, will take these panels throughout Missouri. The artists will put paint on a brush and assist everyone who participates. When finished, the panels will be put together and will be hung in Jefferson City, hopefully in the Truman Building, for folks to see it for generations to come.

Visit Bollinger County Museum of Natural History on June 21. Come in and see our exhibits at our new location, 209 Mayfield Drive, Marble Hill, MO. The first floor will be open to visitors. There is a small admission fee to visit the museum. Some exhibits still under construction. The museum features rotating historical and natural history exhibits.

Museum hours: Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from Noon-4:30pm starting June 21, 2019

Museum Admission will be temporarily reduced until September or when we have the second floor ready to open.

Temporary Reduced Admission: Adults $3 and 17 years and under $2 each

For more information about the museum call 573-238-1174 or email bcmnh@sbcglobal.net