The Weldon Spring Site

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The Weldon Spring Site

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The Weldon Spring Site

The Weldon Spring Site

The Weldon Spring Site, a location used to manufacture explosives during World War II and then later to process uranium ore, is now an area for education and recreation. Located on the site is an Interpretive Center that tells the history of the site as well as the Disposal Cell that covers 45 acres. Other features of the site include a 150-acre native prairie, a native Missouri plant garden, meeting rooms and the Hamburg Trail that connects the Weldon Spring Site to the Katy Trail and August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area. Admission is FREE.

The Weldon Spring Site Address and Phone Numbers

The Weldon Spring Site
7295 Highway 94 South
St. Charles, MO 63304
636-300-2600

The Weldon Spring Site Related Links:

The Weldon Spring Site - US Department of Energy Website

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