Explore interactive exhibits for all ages: Wander through some of Sam’s most famous novels-ride a raft with Huck and Jim, explore a cave with Tom and Becky, pilot a steamboat and paint the famous whitewashed fence.
View Memorabilia from Sam’s life: Get an up close view of Mark Twain’s Oxford gown, his white jacket, two of his inventions and other personal artifacts.
April 1 through January 4
- Monday – Sunday | 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
- Closed Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
January 5 through March 31
- Monday – Sunday | 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
The easiest way to find The Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum is to use Google Maps. Click here to get driving directions using Google Maps.
We suggest you begin your tour at the Interpretive Center located at 415 N. Main Street, Hannibal, MO.
Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum Properties
To take an online tour of our properties, click here.
Phone us 573-221-9010 extension 401
To download a FREE copy of the Mark Twain Museum brochure, please click here
Your ticket gives you the following access to these Museum Properties:
- Interpretive Center – includes interactive exhibits
- Mark Twain’s Boyhood Home & Garden – see where Sam Clemens grew up (and where the REAL adventures of “Tom Sawyer” took place) in a lovely garden flanked by a stone wall built by the WPA
- Boyhood Home Gift Shop – the original museum, the 1937 stone building built by the WPA
- Huckleberry Finn House – where the REAL Huck Finn (Tom Blankenship) grew up
- Becky Thatcher House – home of Laura Hawkins, the inspiration for Becky (currently being refurbished)
- J.M. Clemens Justice of the Peace Office – where Sam’s father held court
- Museum Gallery – lovely 2-story building featuring interactive exhibits, the Norman Rockwell Gallery, and treasured Clemens family artifacts. Time your visit to see a live performance!
- Tom & Huck Statue – at the foot of Cardiff Hill, available to the public for a great family photo
Mark Twain Performances
Free Seasonal Mark Twain Performances included with your admission!
Mark Twain impersonator, Jim Waddell, returns to the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum this summer with a new performance entitled
“The Inspiration for Tom Sawyer”
“The Inspiration for Tom Sawyer” focuses on incidents Mark Twain recounted in his articles and stories that led to one of his most famous books,
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
Music Under the Stars
Music Under the Stars! Held every Thursday evening, June through August
on Historic Hill Street.
We suggest at least 1 to 1 1/2 hours to view all of the buildings.
Adults (18+): $12.00
Seniors (60+): $10.00
Children (6-17): $6.00
5 and under: Free
Visa, Mastercard & Discover gladly accepted.
Special discounts apply for groups of 20 or more. Please click on Group Tour Information to learn more.