About Audrain County Historical Museum Complex
The Audrain County Historical Society is located within the 11-acre Robert S. Green Park in central Mexico, Missouri. There, visitors will find the ante-bellum Graceland Museum (1857), the American Saddlebred Horse Museum, Country School, and the Country Church.
Graceland was built by John P. Clark, a native Virginian, as a reminder of the more genteel society he once knew "back home." The mansion was host to Col. Ulysses S. Grant during the early days of the Civil War. Nine of its rooms house displays that permit visitors to experience the Victorian elegance of the past as well as the rich history of Audrain County.
501 South Muldrow Street
Hours of Operation: Tuesday & Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm
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