The Jefferson Landing State Historic Site is a state park and historic site in Jefferson City, Missouri. It is best noted for being a rare surviving Missouri River landing place.
Created as a state park in 1976, the Jefferson Landing State Historic Site is significant for its history as the original river landing site of the first settlers of Jefferson City. It is one of the few surviving Missouri River landing spots making it just right to preserve the site.
The Jefferson Landing State Historic Site features a series of historic structures, some of which date back to 1839. This makes the area the oldest riverfront landing on the Missouri River. The park is open from March 1 through Labor Day from 10 am to 4 pm.
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