National Register of Historic Places

Here’s a link to a list of all of the NRHP/National Register of Historic Places in Boone County. Below is a list of all buildings on the list in Columbia.

  • 4th Street between East Broadway and Walnut, John W. “Blind” Boone Home. NR 9/4/1980.
  • 201-215 S. Ninth St., the Missouri Theater. Built in 1928, it opened in October 1928.
  • 315 N. 10th Street, Columbia. Samuel H. and Isabel Smith House. NR 9/12/1996.
  • 716 W. Broadway, Columbia. John N. and Elizabeth Taylor House. NR 5/25/2001.
  • 3005 Mexico Gravel Road, Columbia. Greenwood Heights. NR 1/15/1979.
  • 2815 Oakland Gravel Road, Columbia. Confederate Hill. NR 9/9/1993.
  • Nifong Boulevard and Ponderosa Drive, Columbia. Maplewood. NR 4/13/1979. Operated by Boone County Historical Society and City of Columbia Parks and Recreation. 
  • 8939 W. Terrapin Hills Road, Columbia vicinity. William B. Hunt Home. NR 1/10/1997.
  • 201 N. Roby Farm Road, Rocheport vicinity. Moses U. Payne House. NR 10/07/1994 .


  • Downtown Columbia Historic District, parts of 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, East Broadway, Cherry, Hitt, Locust and East Walnut Streets, NR 11/08/2006.2006_09_22 NRHP Downtown 7 8 9 10 E Broadway Cherry Hitt Locust E Walnut 06000990
  • Boundary increase of Downtown Columbia Historic District, 1019, 1020, 1023, 1025-33 E. Walnut Street. 05/08/2008.
  • East Campus Neighborhood Historic District, roughly bounded by Bouchelle, College, University and High Streets, including parts of Willis, Bass, Dorsey and Anthony Streets. NR 2/16/1996.
  • Eighth Broadway Historic District, Miller Building, Matthews Hardware, Metropolitan Building, 800-810 E. Broadway. NR 4/22/2003.
  • North Ninth Street Historic District, 5-36 N. Ninth St., Columbia. NR 1/21/2004.
  • Rocheport Historic District, MO 240, Rocheport, Missouri. NR 10/8/1976.