The historic roadbed of Route 66 runs through downtown Waynesville where the most prominent building in town is the Pulaski County Courthouse.The building has a museum inside where visitors can see exhibits about the Civil War, both World War I and II, and Desert Storm.
Built in 1903 in the Romanesque Revival style with Italianate features, the two story red brick courthouse is an illustration of undeniable civic pride and optimism on the part of the citizens of none-too-large, turn-of-the-century Waynesville. Hohenschild, State architect at the time, designed the courthouse, one of many public buildings he designed in Missouri.
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On the wooden stairway leading to the second floor, the original decorative spindle balustrade is just like it was in 1903.
Once upstairs, visitors can see the original oak ceiling with exposed rafters and joints in the courtroom--an example of superb craftsmanship.