Hours: May - September: Second and fourth Sunday, Noon - 3 p.m. and by appointment

Meet and chat with the people who know O’Fallon’s history best as you tour the Log Cabin Museum. Tours are available by appointment and during special events. Admission is free but donations are welcome.

The museum’s collection of O’Fallon artifacts includes a doll-house-sized replica of Zumwalt’s Fort, Wabash Railroad items, 19th Century hats and clothing, an immigrant’s trunk, a folding bed for covered wagon travel, a Regina “talking machine,” a portable organ used at weddings and funerals, 1950s beauty parlor equipment and more. A history book, O’Fallon, Missouri: A Good Place to Live, is available for purchase.

Contact info@ofallonmohistory.org for more information.

A hand-cranked record player is one of many interesting exhibits.
Flowers adorn the front porch of the Museum in Civic Park.
The exterior of the building displays the cabin's original stone chimney.
Turn-of-the-centry kitchen utensils found at the Museum.

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308 Civic Park Drive, O'Fallon, MO 63366

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