STOP IN TODAY!
...to get your FREE Marshall Passport
Join us around Marshall visiting different sites and learning more about our town! At each location make sure to snap a picture of yourself to claim a stamp. Don't forget to post on social media and tag us at #MarshallMOPassport. Once all locations have been visited, you will receive a coupon for local businesses! Visit us at Nicholas-Beazley Aviation Museum or Welcome Center/Jim Museum to obtain a passport or for more information!
Planning a trip to Marshall?
There are lots of places to explore while in the area. Please check out below!
JIM THE WONDER DOG
Jim the Wonder Dog
the "Wonder Dog" of Missouri
One of Marshall's most cherished citizens was the extraordinary "Jim the Wonder Dog". Jim was a Llewellyn Setter who lived at the Ruff Hotel in Marshall in the early 1900's. A champion hunting dog, Jim became famous for his many mysterious talents. Here are just a few examples of Jim's uncanny abilities:
Complete commands given in Morse Code and foreign languages
Discern colors and numbers
Predict the winners of Kentucky Derby races
Predict the winners of World Series games
Predict the gender of unborn babies
Journalists from all over the country wrote about Jim and his amazing talents. He was featured in Ripley's Believe It or Not, Animal Planet and the Discovery Channel. Jim was named "Missouri's Wonder Dog" by the Missouri Legislature in 2017.
SALINE COUNTY BARN QUILTS
A drive through scenic Saline County is sure to be full of rich beautiful farmland, lush green pastures and picturesque Barn Quilts dotting the countryside. There are over 20 Barn quilts throughout the countryside in Saline County. Take a drive and discover our tradition and history.
MURALS OF MARSHALL
Walk downtown and locate the murals throughout the streets!
2017 Solar Eclipse (Southeast corner downtown square Jefferson & Arrow Street)
Missouri Valley College Baity Hall (Southeast corner downtown square Jefferson & Arrow Street)
Jim the Wonder Dog (Northwest corner downtown square at Lafayette & North Street)
Historical Wood & Huston Bank (Marion Street across from Wood & Huston Bank)
Keep it Kind (Across from Jim the Wonder Dog Garden on N. Lafayette Ave)
Let us lift you up (wings US-65 BUS/N Odell Ave and E North St)