Media Mentions and Video

The St. Joseph Museum is known locally, nationally and globally for outstanding exhibits. We’ve been featured in Ripley’s Believe it or Not and HGTV, among several others. Read about our exhibits and media highlights here.

Logo Freedom's Frontier rvsd 102606See exciting stories of The St. Joseph Museum and the Wyeth Tootle Mansion on video:
The following videos are funded in-part by the Freedom’s Frontier National Heritage Area.

The first video features our Civil War Medicine exhibit at the St. Joseph Museum; the second features the American Indian Collection at the St. Joseph Museum; and the third video showcases the Wyeth Tootle Mansion and the history behind the family for whom it was built.

 

In the News

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence, 2013 and 2014

Read “the Lou” blog:  Recently guests Christy Schee, Kriss Miller, and Lou Flanders visited the Glore Psychiatric Museum and have shared their thoughts in this whimsical and enlightening blog  “Where’s the Lou: Psych Out“.

Photo by David Pulliam, Kansas City StarKansas City Star Sunday, January 5, 2014.  “Museum a bit a less creepy with bright new look.”  This article outlines the Museums new look and invites a new audience to the Glore Psychiatric Museum to fulfill the mission of reducing the stigma associated with mental illness.

cover-imageRural Missouri magazine, cover photo. August 2013. (Image at left shows stomach contents from a former patient at the State Lunatic Asylum #2, now part of exhibits at the Glore Psychiatric Museum).

Ingram’s Magazine:  Destination Kansas City, 2012-2013 Edition. “Slightly Funky, Clearly Memorable: Seven Somewhat Curious Places.”

VisitMo.com:  Highlights of the Glore Psychiatric Museum appeared in the July edition of the VisitMo newsletter. History in the Making.

The Changing Face of What is Normal, 2013. This publication that highlights the Glore Psychiatric Museum is a companion piece to the exhibition of the same name at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. Photos by Pam Winfrey.  Exhibit dates:  April 17, 2013-April 13, 2014.   http://www.exploratorium.edu

Radio:
American Countryside Radio:  Radio interview with Andrew McCrea. http://americancountryside.com/