Steamboat Arabia Coupons and Deals
FULL STEAM AHEADTake a trip through American frontier life with a world-renowned collection of artifacts known as the King Tut's Tomb of the Missouri River! Right now, just $7.25 gets you an adult admission to the Arabia Steamboat Museum (regularly $14.50)! Journey through multimedia exhibits and discover the story of the Steamboat Arabia, which sunk in the Missouri in 1856. You'll get an exciting glimpse into life on the plains with the largest collection of pioneer artifacts in the U.S. Snag this deal and meet Jack at the museum today!BLAST FROM THE PASTCelebrating its 20th anniversary this year, The Steamboat Arabia museum is one of the world's premier American history museums and fresh water artifact preservations. The museum features several galleries displaying artifacts recovered from the excavation of the Arabia. This priceless collection includes china, clothing, kitchen items, tools, harnesses, and even sewing needles and buttons. Visitors can watch as experts restore and preserve hundreds of thousands of pieces salvaged from the wreck and prepare them for display. Hours are Monday through Saturday 10am to 5:30pm and Sunday from noon until 5pm.REVIEWSAdam on Trip AdvisorI finally decided to check out the Steamboat Arabia Museum given the great reviews on Trip Advisor. Usually I always go with the top TA picks, but this one always seemed odd so I skipped it in the past. That said, it surprisingly deserves the great reviews! The museum itself is first-rate and very modern/new looking. It is impeccably maintained. They had a large collection, and it was interesting as it is so different than the common topics most other museums cover. In total it’s about a 2 hour visit. I strongly encourage you to visit…this is a unique and well-done museum that is worth the price of admission!Marianne on Trip AdvisorI wasn't sure what to expect, but I was fascinated. I live in Washington, DC, and we have our fair share of museums here. But, this was unlike anything I'd ever seen. The story was fascinating, and seeing all the artifacts from 170 years ago was really interesting. The man who found the steamship was there, and it added something special to hear the story straight from him. In addition, I liked watching the restoration projects. I learned a lot and thoroughly enjoyed myself.