Barry County Missouri (Historic Districts) has 5 places on the National Register of Historic Places including 1 place of National significance and 2 places of Statewide significance. Significant places include Courdin, David W., House, Camp Smokey/Company 1713 Historic District and Southwest Missouri Prehistoric Rock Shelter and Cave Sites Discontiguous Archeological District, Cassbille Ranger Station Historic District and Tom Town Historic District.
Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Archaic, Paleoindian and Ceramic dating back to 12999 BC.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Barry County places including CCC and Civilian Conservation Corps. Prominent architectural styles found in Barry Country are Colonial Revival.