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Permanent Displays


The Museum is located in the building that was Raytown’s Fire Station #1.  Built in 1944, the building now contains Raytown’s history as told in stories, pictures and artifacts.  A special display relating to the first fire station is now located in the Santa Fe Room at the museum.


Please come visit this unique museum and enjoy its many permanent exhibits and ever-changing special exhibits.


Parlor Room desk

Century Old School Room

Antique Camera Display

Homemaking Display

Parlor Room phonograph

School Room student and teacher

Vintage School (later City Hall) Window

General Store