WELCOME
FRIENDS OF ARROW ROCK

SHARING THE MISSOURI LEGACY

PRESERVATION. RESTORATION. EDUCATION. COMMUNICATION.

Bringing the past into the present to benefit the future.

Art, Theatre, Music, Crafts, Nature, Education, Culinary, and History

HISTORIC PROPERTIES

OUR PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

There is Always Something Going On in Arrow Rock

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ABOUT THE FRIENDS

Friends of Arrow Rock is dedicated to the conscientious conservation of Arrow Rock’s historic buildings

On June 14, 1959, the Friends of Arrow Rock was founded. The site of the founding—the historic J. Huston Tavern—was significant, since it was the State of Missouri’s first historic preservation site. The group that was meeting there was also significant, as they were the organization that had been largely responsible for saving the Tavern and beginning the preservation movement in Missouri: the Missouri State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Since then, the Friends of Arrow Rock have been dedicated to leading the preservation and restoration of the village—a National Historic Landmark—and continues to safeguard the history, historical artifacts and 13 of the historic structures here, through ongoing initiatives, events, educational programs, and preservation projects.