Covering more than 80-acres of beautiful rolling hills in Kansas City North’s Hodge Park, the Shoal Creek Living History Museum dedicates itself to bringing the 19th century Missouri to life through special events, programs, tours and reenactments. Offering year-around peaceful wooded walking trails, a pioneer village re-creation, interesting civil war era buildings, architecture and a nice atmosphere for a picnic in a country setting, Shoal Creek Living History Museum provides a great, quiet get away. The facility is open from dawn to dusk, free of charge for self-guided walking tours, maps are located at ticket booth, flag pole kiosk and front porch of mercantile. Admission is charged during special events.
Photo/Film Permits: One-Time (complete form below)
Permit fees for family or portrait shoots at SCLHM are $25/hour. Larger commercial shoot permit fees vary and insurance may be required. A permit will be issued upon review, confirmation of availability and completion of payment. A minimum of five (5) business days is required to process a photo shoot permit request.