The Missouri Governor’s Mansion
Built in 1871, The Missouri Governor’s Mansion was designed for any official governor for the state of Missouri. It is one of the oldest homes in the United States for governors. Beautifully designed and decorated where the public is able to see the history.
Over 60,000 visitors come annually to see the exquisite home where you can travel back in time and experience history being made.
Since its original building date, it has been through various changes over the years. In fact, majority of the work was done by prisoners from the nearby prison. Now The Missouri Governor’s Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The gardens of The Missouri Governor’s Mansion has also become a noteworthy attraction to visitors and Missouri residents. A number of First Lady’s who loved gardening during their stay would grow and plant various plants and fresh fruit trees.
The Governor’s Mansion can be located on 100 Madison St, and between Capitol St & E. State St., Jefferson City, MO.