Marceline Attractions!

Walt Disney Hometown Museum

120 E. Santa Fe Street

(660) 376-3343




Walt first came to Marceline by train when he was five years old. The Santa Fe train arrived at the depot that preceded the present-day one, which was rebuilt in 1913. When Walt returned to Marceline for the first time in 1946, the depot evoked his first memories of pulling into Marceline. So it is fitting that the museum dedicated to one of the most influential persons of the last century is housed in this restored Santa Fe Depot. The Walt Disney Hometown museum is the recipient of a unique collection of family effects, never seen anywhere else in the world.


North Missouri Arts Council (NOMO)

111 S Main Street USA

Located on Main Street USA, this charming gallery hosts several new shows each year featuring regional and nationally known artists. Shows include watercolor, oil, pastels, photography, fiber and ceramics. Gift shop on premises.

Magnolia Antiques and Tourist Center / Chamber of Commerce

209 N. Main Street USA
(660) 376-2332

In the heart of downtown Marceline since 1990, Magnolia Antiques offers 5,000 square feet of antiques, collectibles, memorabilia and useful items of all kinds.  Need area information?  Give us a call.

Marceline Carnegie Library

119 E. California
(660) 376-3223

Built in 1920 and one of only 22 Carnegie libraries still in existence in Missouri, this small charmer houses approximately 25,000 volumes, a significant genealogical collection and original art depicting Marceline’s past.

Marceline Golf Club

32812 Key Drive
(660) 376-3174

Nine-hole golf course stretching over 80 acres with beautiful fairways, three ponds, and both men's and lady's tees. This course is one of the best nine-hole courses in the area.  Pro shop is open from March 1-October 31. Green fees are $15 for an eighteen hole round of golf. Cart rental is also available.