Who Are We?
The Old Stagecoach Stop is the oldest publicly accesible building in Pulaski County. Built in the 1850's it was originally a stagecoach stop, then it became a hospital during the Civil War, and then a hotel and apartments until it fell into disrepair and was condemned by the city in 1982. It was purchased by The Old Stagecoach Stop Foundation, a group formed to save and restore the building to its original glory. As a museum, each room represents a different era of its history. As you tour the building, you can learn its rich history and help preserve it for future generations.
To preserve the educational value of The Old Stagecoach Stop for future generations.
Old Stagecoach Stop14600 Texas Rd
Saint Robert, MO 65584
Outstanding Needs of Old Stagecoach Stop
Item Needs (click need below to see detail)
1850 - 1950 antique items
Any antique items relevant to activities in the local area and relevant to the Old Stagecoach Stop activities from the 1850's to the 1950's
Volunteer Needs (click need below to see detail)
People interested in the history of the Old Stagecoach Stop who would be willing to assist with guided tours on Saturdays from April through September. If interested, call Jeanie - 573-336-3561Maintenance & Clean-up
If you are interested in occasional maintenance or seasonal clean-up activities, please contact Jeanie at 573-336-3561