On Mississippi River?s west bank stands the Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum. Aside from being Samuel Langhorne Clemens or Mark Twain?s home from 1844 to 1853, this property is also the inspiration for most of his works.
Declared as a National Historic Landmark in December 1962, the museum has continued to grow as years pass. From the initial Mark Twain boyhood home, it is now an actual complex holding other significant attractions, like the Becky Thatcher and Huck Fin houses.
The Mark Twain Boyhood Home and Museum is where numerous first editions of Mark Twain?s work, as well as personal effects and memorabilia are displayed. It also has other events and features that can take visitors to a setting that is reminiscent of the author?s stories.
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