Built as the Iron Mountain Railroad Train Depot in 1916, "The Depot" is now on the list of National Register of Historic Places. It became a museum and cultural center in 2000. Thousands of visitors have viewed dozens of permanent and rotating exhibits depicting the area's history and art, all at no charge
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Coming April 18th, Family Night featuring Arnold Kisner and his variety of model trains. Along with the "I've been working on the Railroad" theme, will be train rides from the Me and Ma PR Express, as well as book readings and other activities. As usual, free admission and giveaways.
Now Showing thru April... 3D/Sculptural Art Show
This show features the work of Chris Wubbena and his students of Southeast Missouri State University. Their pieces are unique and abstract creations.
Also featured is the work of Lynn Akins - 'Crosses'. Lynn has constructed over 100 crosses each as individual as a fingerprint.
Rosetta Whitten's 'Heirloom' can be seen at the Depot Museum between March and April.
"The Traveling Trunks" program is explained in the Special exhibitionheading