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Historic Site Office
There is one level, paved accessible parking space adjacent to the office entrance.
The chapel is approached on paved pathways with a railed ramp at the entrance. Inside, the main floor is open and accessible.
A paved, level parking lot provides one accessible parking space adjacent to the concrete path to the cemetery’s entrance. Here, the path turns to level brick paving, providing access to interpretive panels and a grand view of the Lion of Lucerne Monument.
The pergola is on a raised concrete pad and is accessed across natural turf. Picnic tables provide seating for 32 people. The area immediately around the pergola is mostly level and may be accessible to wheelchairs in fair weather. An accessible vault toilet is nearby.
Picnic sites are scattered through the area with an accessible site near the pergola. This shady site is paved and provides an extended-end table and pedestal grill. A paved pathway leads from an accessible parking space to an accessible vault toilet.
A second, mostly sunny, paved site is located near the accessible playground, where you’ll find an accessible parking space and a water fountain.
A paved area on the bank of one of the ponds offers accessible fishing and provides an extended-end table and a pedestal grill. Mostly level parking is available with one accessible space.
Other fairly level areas are accessed over natural turf and in fair weather, may be accessible to wheelchairs.
For more information, contact the historic site:
Confederate Memorial State Historic Site
211 W. First St.
Higginsville, MO 64037-8158
Last updated: February 2011