Visiting Information

Honey Shuck is the lovely old restored two-story front-gable-and-wing frame home of James Beauchamp “Champ” Clark. The home displays furnishings and memorabilia and is named “Honeyshuck” for the yard’s honey locusts, whose shucks fall to the ground. The home was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976.

Visiting Hours:

Open April through October by Appointment Only (May also be open at other times for special occastions - see schedule)

Check out our Facebook page for virtual tours of Honey Shuck

Call 573-470-6007 or 573-470-4750

Admission: Free, donations appreciated

Custom and Group Tours:

Champ Clark House welcomes private tours for individuals, school groups, bus tours, community groups and organizations.


From Highway 61, turn north on Champ Clark Drive. Go 1 mile and watch for signs on the right.