City of Osceola, MO

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Historic Osceola Cemetery

Dedicated 11 October 2008; Erected 2008 by St. Clair County Historical Society and the Col. John T. Coffee Camp 1934, Sons of Confederate Veterans.

LOCATION: 755 Highway WW, Osceola, MO, 64776.  Filled with rich history, such as the Sacking of Osceola Historical Marker -  Monument is in Osceola Cemetery, about 300 feet east of the the cemetery entrance.

St. Clair County Historical Society Museum

Offers historic information on the local towns of today and years past.  Genealogy research can be done as well.

LOCATION:  Corner of Main & Chestnut Streets, Osceola, MO

HOURS:   May-September

          Friday: 8:00 - 10:00 AM

          Saturday:  10:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Other times by appointment.  Call Joan at (417) 876-7913

Admission:  By donation only.

Tours Welcome!

Mushroom Hunting:

The local region contains forests heavy-laden with wild mushrooms of nearly every variety.  Even the highly coveted Morel Mushrooms can be found when the weather conditions are right!

Johnson Library and Museum

Is a Missouri Non-Profit Corporation. It maintains a Library which contains some 35,000 items (Books, periodicals, pamphlets). Many of the books are old and rare; some date from the 1500s.

LOCATION: 220 Main St. Osceola, MO

HOURS:  Please contact us at 417-646-2347

The Historic Commercial Hotel

610 2nd Street

Osceola, MO 64776


​The Sacking of Osceola Marker