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Maclay Home, Tipton

4.7
#158 of 196 in Museums in Missouri
Built in 1858 as a girls seminary, it was closed when owner left to join Confederate Army. Used as headquarters by General John Fremont in October 1861. Purchased in late 1860s by the Gleim and Maclay families for a residence. Maintained as intact household until present time. All furnishings are original.
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5.0
TripAdvisor
  • I enjoyed the tour of this house and all the original dishes furniture clothing etc the family left in the home. I didn’t know it was built as a girls school before the civil war  more »
  • This historic home is a wonderful place. They have been holding a 4th of July celebration and home tour for about 30 years. We enjoyed our lunch in the shade of ancient trees with music and a nice bre...  more »
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  • Very fine house. Worth driving by. There are also tours if you happen to be in town on the day that they are offering them.

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