Virtual Twain
Downtown Hannibal
Mark Twain's boyhood home is located in downtown Hannibal. This is where Twain spent his most influential years and where most of his inspiration came from for such books as Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer. View Virtual Photo
Downtown Hannibal
Get another look at Mark Twain's boyhood home. Downtown Hannibal is located right on the Mississippi river and is full of museums and historical buildings. View Virtual Photo
Downtown Hannibal at night
Downtown Hannibal at night is a beautiful site. Enjoy a small glimpse of the area after the sun goes down. View Virtual Photo
Cardiff Hill
Cardiff Hill is located at the north end of downtown Hannibal. At the base there is a statue of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, at the top is the Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse. View Virtual Photo
Mark Twain Memorial Lighthouse
The lighthouse is located on top of Cardiff Hill and was dedicated in 1935, on the 100th anniversary of mark Twain's birth. It was first turned on by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. View Virtual Photo
Mark Twain Cave
A majestic show cave located just south of Hannibal on Highway 79. The cave was the inspiration for several of Tom and Huck's adventures. View Virtual Photo
Mark Twain Museum
The New Mark Twain Museum is located in downtown Hannibal and is the home of Norman Rockwell paintings done for special editions of "Tom Sawyer" and "Huck Finn." View Virtual Photo
Mark Twain boyhood home
Mark Twain's boyhood home is located in downtown Hannibal. His family moved here in 1839 from Florida, Missouri. The home is open for tours. View Virtual Photo
Rockcliffe Mansion
John J. Cruikshank lived in this beautiful mansion from 1900 to 1924 and Mark Twain stayed here on his last visit to Hannibal in 1902. View Virtual Photo








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