An avid hunter and fisher, yet also a conservationist, Ralph Foster, who helped put Springfield on the map as a competing country music capital to Nashville, spent a lot time collecting artefacts of native American and early western culture, in addition to a collection of firearms. He donated these to the School of the Ozarks. The museum further explores Ozark culture and history through exhibits such as antiques, weapons, dolls, circus toys and, metal banks and toys, furniture and household items, and glassware.
Entrance Ticket Details For Ralph Foster Museum
- For Adult: $6.00
- For Senior Adults (62 and Older): $5.00
- Free for high school age and under.
- Restaurant at the Keeter Centre.
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15.19% of people who visit Branson include Ralph Foster Museum in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
74.51% of people start their Ralph Foster Museum visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ralph Foster Museum
92.14% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ralph Foster Museum