Visit a significant part of German-American history – and early Missouri settlement – at Deutschheim State Historic Site. Stroll through the restored 1840s and 1850s buildings and explore how German-Americans settled the Hermann area and developed the basis for a Missouri wine industry. [Read more…]
Hermann Missouri Museums
Hermann Missouri offers several destinations for the historian visiting our beautiful town. Each museum in Hermann Missouri will give you a rich experience into the kinds of life that the early settlers experienced. Step back in time and enjoy the sights of each museum in Hermann Missouri.
Gasconade County Courthouse
Address:119 E 1st St
Rising majestically above the Missouri River, the Gasconade County Courthouse is the most important public building in our county. Working in partnership with the Gasconade County Commission and the private sector, the Gasconade County Courthouse Society is working to renovate and restore this historic building. [Read more…]
Gasconade County Historical Society Archives
Address:315 Schiller St.
The Gasconade County Historical Society Archives & Records Center is a one-stop facility for genealogical and general history research about Gasconade County. A bright and cheery reading/research room and Society volunteers greet visitors. Experienced volunteers assist researchers as much or as little as they desire. [Read more…]
Historic Hermann Museum at the Old German School
Address:312 Schiller St
Historic Hermann, Inc. is committed to preserving and interpreting the collective heritage of Hermann Missouri and its environs. Through its collections, collaborations with other organizations and restoration of its historic school building & Museum, Historic Hermann is dedicated to preserving Hermann’s heritage for future generations. [Read more…]
White House Hotel
Address:232 Wharf St.
If you want history to come to life, look no further than the White House Hotel in downtown Hermann, Missouri. Originally built in 1868, each aspect of the hotel has been carefully restored to its 1886 post-Civil War splendor. The building is open for viewing during tours, and the hotel offers overnight stays in limited and newly restored guest suites.[Read more…]