Jefferson City, sometimes known as Jeff City, is the state capital of Missouri, the third president of the United States, and bears his name.
Missouri State Capitol
The legislative and numerous executive branches of Missouri's government are located in the Missouri State Capitol, which serves as the city's seat of government.
It is a showcase museum that seeks to inform visitors about the state's culture and history through a variety of artefacts, displays, exhibitions, and other hands-on activities.
Neo-Renaissance architecture was used to construct the current mansion in the nineteenth century in 1871. The American National Register of Historic Places also recognises it.
Some of the most prominent American criminals were held here, including Charles Pretty Boy Floyd, Sonny Liston, and James Earl Ray.
Lewis and Clark Monument
The Missouri State Capitol is near to a monument honoring Lewis and Clark. It acknowledges the city's involvement in the Lewis and Clark expedition's historical journey.
Capitol Plaza Hotel
For your comfort and convenience, the hotel offers a number of amenities, including a pool, fitness centre, bar, room service, and more.
Capital Arts Gallery
A lovely public gallery, Capital Arts Gallery features the creations of regional artists from Jefferson City and Missouri.
Clark's Hill/Norton State Historic Site
The legendary trip of captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark is part of the hill's fascinating past.
Runge Conservation Nature Centre
The 3,000 square foot Runge Conservation Nature Centre has an aquarium, indoor exhibits, places to watch birds, nature paths, and more.