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The Jesse James Bank Museum

21216 Jesse James Farm Road, Kearney, MO 64060, USA

The Clay County Savings Association was robbed by the James-Younger gang on Febuary 13th, 1866. Jesse James, his brother Frank, and the Younger brothers, Jim, Bob, and Cole robbed banks and trains to protest the Confederacy losing the Civil War. This was also common behavior for their leaders (Quanrill and William Anderson) and fellow guerrillas during the war.


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From the I-35 exit onto Hwy 152 drive east toward Liberty. Hwy 152 will become Kansas St. Follow Kansas St. into Historic Downtown Liberty Square. Turn left on N. Water St. The Museum is on your right on the next block, on the corner of N. Water and W. Franklin Streets.

Visitor Services

Public restrooms, Information, handicapped Access, Museum, Gift Shop

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Admission Fee

Adults $6.00, Seniors $5.50, Children $3.50, Children (under 8 years old) Free


Monday - Saturday: 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.



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