The Jefferson Landing State Historic Site

When Jefferson City became the state capital, the business hub developed at the lower end of Jefferson Street. The Lohman Building and other businesses, including hotels that exhibit Missouri’s history, art, and culture, offer a look at the city’s early growth. The Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1969, gives a feel of travel back in time. Wherein you will see what it’s like to live in the city during the 1850s.