A statue placed at the end of the main road in town shows Tom and Huck. Stop by and take a photo -- its about as close to the real boys as youll get! The statue was sculpted in 1926 and is life size.
The festival is no small event. There are several venues for music, and the music variety is broad. This is also time for traveling amusement park to visit.
Even during ordinary days, Hannibal is worth a visit for it's collection of antique stores and sidewalk cafes. The old downtown has well kept 19th century commercial buildings.
Mark Twain's boyhood home. A museum stands next door to the left. Also shown in the photo is Tom Sawyer's Fence.
Judge Clemens' law office. Samuel Clemens' father was a lawyer and justice of the peace. His office still stands and is open to the public.
Down at the landing, there are things to do. Take a river cruise, have a meal, enjoy the river it self.