Jefferson Landing State Historic Site

Jefferson Landing State Historic Site in Jefferson City, Missouri, is maintained by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources as a state historic site. The site includes the Jefferson City Amtrak station(formerly the Union Hotel), the Lohman's Landing Building(also known as the Jefferson Landing Building) and Christopher Maus House. The Jefferson Landing Building has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1969.


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