Historic Places in the St. Louis Area

Thornhill in Faust Park Historic Village

What makes a building, structure, location or a place "historic"? For the purpose of our list, we had several questions we asked. Did the place, location or buildings have "history" happen there? Was the place, location or building itself or the owner or resident of the place, location or building important to St. Louis history? Has it been placed on the National Register of Historic Places and/or recognized as a St. Louis area "landmark"? Is it a museum of some time period, person or place that was important in St. Louis history?

Take for instance the Lincoln Douglas Square in Alton. It is a historic location because the last of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas actually took place right there when both were campaigning for the same US Senate seat in 1858-history happened there! Forest Park might be historic because of its age, having been established in 1876, but it is also historic place because it is where the 1904 World's Fair took place. Examples of historic buildings or structures which are recognized landmarks include the Eugene Field House, or any of the three water towers, the Bissell Water Tower, the Compton Hill Water Tower or the Grand Water Tower, or the Faust Park Historic Village that is filled with historic buildings. Some historic museums are the Katherine Dunham Museum, the Missouri Civil War Museum, the Holocaust Museum, the Soldiers Memorial Military Museum and of course the Missouri History Museum. Below is a list that we have compiled. Enjoy!

Alton Museum of History and Art
Alton Museum of History and Art - The Alton Museum of History and Art showcases the art and history of the citizens of the Alton area. It is located on the SIU Dental School campus in Alton Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois, Museums
Alton National Cemetery
Alton National Cemetery - The Alton National Cemetery is located adjacent to the Alton Cemetery and is where Union soldiers who died at the Alton Hospital are buried. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. - More Info Tags: 62003, Alton Illinois
Anheuser-Busch
Anheuser-Busch Brewery - Anheuser-Busch Brewery is the historic brewery of Budweiser beer fame! It is located in the city of St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri
Arcadia Valley
Arcadia Valley - Arcadia Valley is made up of the three Missouri towns of Arcadia, Ironton and Pilot Knob. Elephant Rocks State Park, Johnson's Shut-Ins State Park and Battle of Pilot Knob State Historic Site are located with in Arcadia Valley. - More Info Tags:
Babler Memorial State Park
Babler Memorial State Park - Babler Memorial State Park is located in West St Louis County in Wildwood Missouri. Babler provides many opportunities for recreation. There are several hiking trails and camping sites that are available to organized groups within the park. - More Info Tags: 63005, Recreation, Wildwood Missouri
Beall Manison
Beall Mansion - The Beall Mansion is a historic mansion located in Alton, Illinois built in 1903 for Z.B. Job who was a railroad baron and entrepreneur. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois
Bellefontaine Cemetery
Bellefontaine Cemetery - Bellefontaine Cemetery has many historically important people interred within its beautiful and peaceful 314 acres. Some of those buried there are Adolphus Busch, William Clark, James Eads, James S. McDonnell and many more. - More Info Tags: 63115, 63147, City of St Louis Missouri
Benton Park
Benton Park - Benton Park is St Louis' second oldest park and is located in the historic Benton Park Neighborhood in the city of St Louis Missouri. It features a fishing lake, tennis courts, picnic facilities, playground and more. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri
Bevo Mill
Bevo Mill St Louis - The Bevo Mill was built by August Busch Sr. in 1917. It was located halfway between his home, which is located at Grant's Farm, and the Anheuser-Busch Brewery. Today the Bevo Mill has been restored and is perfect for wedding receptions, corporate meetings and special events. - More Info Tags: 63116, City of St Louis Missouri
Bissell Mansion - Mystery Dinner Theater
Bissell Mansion Dinner Theater - Information on the historic Bissell Mansion Dinner Theater which is located in the City of St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63107, City of St Louis Missouri, Entertainment
Bissell Water Tower
Bissell Water Tower - The Bissell Water Tower was completed in 1886 and stands 194-feet tall. Being built in a Victorian architectural style, it is thought to have influenced some of the styles of the surrounding buildings. - More Info Tags: 63107, City of St Louis Missouri
Boone's Lick Road - The Boone's Lick Road was the original name for St Charles Rock Road that went from St Louis to a salt spring that Daniel Boone's sons developed in Franklin Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63102, 63301
Brooks Catsup Bottle
Brooks Catsup Bottle - The Brooks Catsup Bottle, located in Collinsville Illinois, is the world's largest Catsup Bottle! It was also named to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. An annual festival is held in July. - More Info Tags: 62234, Collinsville Illinois
Cahokia Mounds
Cahokia Mounds - Cahokia Mounds is an early Mississippian civilization archeological treasure! It is located in Collinsville, Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62201, 62234, Collinsville Illinois, Attractions, Museums
Calvary Cemetery
Calvary Cemetery - The Calvary Cemetery is a historic Roman Catholic cemetery with many of the founders of the City of St. Louis interred there, including the Chouteau family. - More Info Tags: 63115, 63147, City of St Louis Missouri
Camp River Dubois
Camp River Dubois - The Camp River Dubois was the winter camp for Lewis and Clark before the expedition began. Featured there is a museum with exhibitions including a 55-foot full scale replica of the keel boat and a replica of Fort. - More Info Tags: 62048, Hartford Illinois, Museums
The Campbell House Museum
Campbell House Museum - The Campbell House Museum was once the home of prominent St. Louis businessman Robert Campbell and his family from 1854 to 1938. Today it is a St. Louis historic treasure and landmark and is located in downtown St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63103, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis, Museums
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis - The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis is a place of worship for the Catholics of St. Louis. It also has one of the largest collection of mosaics in the world making it a St. Louis attraction, as well. It is located in the Central West End Neighborhood in the city of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63108, Attractions, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
Central Library-St Louis Public Library
Central Library-St Louis Public Library Headquarters - Central Library-St. Louis Public Library was built in 1901 and features stained glass and stenciled ceilings. It is the headquarters for the St. Louis City Public Library system and is located in the Downtown West Neighborhood of St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63103, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Chain of Rocks Bridge
Chain of Rocks Bridge-Route 66 Bikeway - The old Chain of Rocks Bridge, once the route of Historic Route 66, has been transformed into the Route 66 Bikeway that is a little over a 1 mile long paved trail on the bridge, crossing the Mississippi River and connecting the St. Louis Riverfront Trail with the MCT Confluence Trail (via Chain of Rocks Road) in Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62040, 63137, City of St Louis Missouri, Granite City Illinois, Recreation
Chase Park Plaza St Louis
Chase Park Plaza St Louis - Information on the historic Chase Park Plaza which is located in the Central West End Neighborhood in the City of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63108, City of St Louis Missouri
Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion
Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion - The Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion is a historic home built 1848. Today it is a museum and a features a cafe. It is located in the Benton Park Neighborhood of the City of St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri, Museums
Cherokee Street Antique Row
Cherokee Street Antique Row - Cherokee Street Antique Row is entire street of antique shops and boutiques and is a historic district located in the city of St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri
Cherokee-Lemp Historic District
Cherokee-Lemp Historic District - Cherokee-Lemp Historic District is called a "Street Museum", and is home to the Lemp Mansion, the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion, and Cherokee Street Antique Row and is located in the city of St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri
Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral - The Christ Church Cathedral, located in St Louis Missouri, was completed in 1867 and was designed by Leopold Eidlitz. It is an excellent example of English Gothic architecture. The congregation is Episcopal. - More Info Tags: 63103, Church, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Civil Courts Building
Civil Courts Building - The Civil Courts Building, located in St. Louis Missouri, was built in 1930 to replace the Old Courthouse and is used by the 22nd Judicial Circuit Court of Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63101, City of St Louis Missouri
Colonel Benjamin Stephenson House
Colonel Benjamin Stephenson House - Colonel Benjamin Stephenson House was the home of one of the founders of Edwardsville, Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62025, Edwardsville Illinois, Museums
Compton Hill Water Tower
Compton Hill Water Tower - The Compton Hill Water Tower is the "newest" of the three water towers located in the city of St Louis. Built in 1898, the tower has been totally restored to it former beauty. It is located in the 36-acre Reservoir Park and is the only tower that is still accessible. - More Info Tags: 63104, City of St Louis Missouri
Concordia Seminary in Clayton Missouri
Concordia Seminary in Clayton Missouri - Concordia Seminary is a Lutheran affiliated college located in Clayton Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63105, Clayton Missouri
Confederate Prison Alton Illinois
Confederate Prison/Alton Federal Military Prison - The ruins of the Alton Federal Military Prison, also known as the Confederate Prison, is located in Alton Illinois and was used during the Civil War to house Confederate Prisoners. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois
Creole House
Creole House - The Creole House is located in Prairie du Rocher, Illinois and was built in 1800 in the French Creole architectural style of Poteaux-en-terre (vertical post in the ground). It is on the National Register of Historical Places. - More Info Tags: 62277, Prairie du Rocher Illinois
Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park
Creve Coeur Park - Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park is a perfect place for a day of recreation. The park has a 320-acre natural lake perfect for fishing, sail boating or wind surfing, plus picnic sites and a 4 mile paved walking or biking trail. This park is located in West St. Louis County in Maryland Heights Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63043, 63146, Maryland Heights Missouri, Recreation
Crown Candy Kitchen
Crown Candy Kitchen - The Crown Candy Kitchen is not only an historic St. Louis landmark, it also has been in business since 1913 and is a fantastic candy maker and restaurant. It is located in the Old North St. Louis Neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63106, City of St Louis Missouri
Cupples Station
Cupples Station - Samuel Cupples, a wealthy St Louis businessman, built a complex of 20 innovative warehouses, called Cupples Station, in Downtown that caused St Louis to be major railroad center in the first half of the twentieth century. - More Info Tags: 63102, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Daniel Boone Home
Daniel Boone Home - The Daniel Boone Home was the Missouri home of the great frontiersman, Daniel Boone and his family. It is located near Defiance, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63341, 63332, Museums
Drace Park
Drace Park - Drace Park is located in Town and Country Missouri and features the historic Kropp and Estill Log Cabins, as well as a playground and picnic pavilion. - More Info Tags: 63131, Town and Country Missouri
Eads Bridge in early morning fog
Eads Bridge St. Louis - The Eads Bridge was opened to traffic in 1874 and is named after its designer, James Buchanan Eads, who was also the designer and builder of the "ironclad" gun boats during the Civil War. - More Info Tags: 63102, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Eat Rite Diner
Eat Rite Diner - The Eat Rite Diner has been in business since 1940 and is part of Route 66 history. Located in downtown St Louis Missouri, it is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! - More Info Tags: 63102, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Eden Theological Seminary located in Webster Groves
Eden Theological Seminary - Eden Theological Seminary is located in Webster Groves Missouri and is affiliated with the United Church of Christ. - More Info Tags: 63119, Webster Groves Missouri
El Camino Real
El Camino Real - The El Camino Real, or "Royal Road," is the oldest road located in Missouri and was used by the Native Americans and Spanish in the late 1700s. - More Info Tags: Cape Girardeau Missouri, Kimmiswick Missouri, New Madrid Missouri, Perryville Missouri, Sainte Genevieve Missouri
Elijah P. Lovejoy Monument
Elijah P. Lovejoy Monument - The Elijah P. Lovejoy Monument is located at the Alton National Cemetery and was placed to honor the outspoken and martyred abolitionist Elijah P. Lovejoy who is buried there. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois
Emma Kunz House
Emma Kunz House - The Emma Kunz House is a restored 1830s home that is modeled after the German street homes that were built in Europe during the 19th-century and is located in Belleville, Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62220, Belleville Illinois, Museums
Eugene Field House
Eugene Field House - Eugene Field House was the home of the children's poet, Eugene Field and his father Roswell Field, an important lawyer in the Dred Scott slavery case. Today it is a toy museum and a National Historic Landmark located in the city of St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63102, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis, Museums
Faust Park Historic Village - The Faust Park Historic Village is a "heritage museum" being a collection of nineteenth century historic homes and buildings that have been moved to Faust Park to preserve the heritage of St Louis County. Many of the buildings and homes can be toured. - More Info Tags: 63017, Chesterfield Missouri, Museums
Felix Valle State Historic Site
Felix Valle State Historic Site - The Felix Valle State Historic Site, located in Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, has several buildings and includes a native limestone home built in 1818 which served as a mercantile store, as well. - More Info Tags: 63670, Sainte Genevieve Missouri
Ferguson Railroad Depot
Ferguson Railroad Depot - The Historic Ferguson Railroad Depot is located in downtown Historic Ferguson, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63135, Ferguson Missouri
First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site
First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site - The First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site is the location of Missouri's first state capitol until the one in Jefferson City could be completed. It is located in Historic St. Charles, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63301, Museums, St Charles City
Fitz's American Grill & Bottling Works
Fitz's American Grill & Bottling Works - Fitz's American Grill & Bottling Works is located in "The Loop" in University City in the historic West End Bank. Fitz's bottles its own famous root beer, plus orange soda, cream soda and other soft drink flavors. The vintage bottling works can be viewed from the dining area of the restaurant. - More Info Tags: 63130, University City Missouri
Forest Park Grand Basin
Forest Park St Louis - Forest Park was established in 1874 as one of the largest urban parks in the United States. It was the location of the 1904 World's Fair (the Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904). Today, the St. Louis Zoo, the MUNY, the St. Louis Art Museum and much more can be found in Forest Park. - More Info Tags: 63110, 63112, City of St Louis Missouri
Fort Belle Fontaine Park
Fort Belle Fontaine Park - Fort Belle Fontaine Park is the historical location of Fort Belle Fontaine and features 30 acres of prairie and wetlands, the Lewis and Clark Interpretative Trail, historic landmarks and stonework that was built in the 1930's by the WPA. It is located in North St Louis County in Spanish Lake Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63138, Spanish Lake Missouri
Fort de Chartres
Fort de Chartres - Fort de Chartres is located in Prairie du Rocher, Illinois. The stone fort was built by the French to govern the Illinois Country in 1760. Today a portion of the fort has been reconstructed. - More Info Tags: 62277, Prairie du Rocher Illinois
Fort Kaskaskia State Historic Site
Fort Kaskaskia State Historic Site - Fort Kaskaskia State Historic Site is located near Ellis Grove, Illinois. The earthworks are all that remains of the fort that was built by the French in 1703 to protect the town of Kaskaskia. - More Info Tags: 62241, Ellis Grove Illinois
Fox Theatre
Fox Theatre - The Fabulous Fox Theatre is an historic entertainment venue located in the city of St. Louis, Missouri in the Grand Center. Broadway shows, comedians and concerts come to the Fox stage each year. - More Info Tags: 63103, City of St Louis Missouri, Entertainment
General Daniel Bissell House
General Daniel Bissell House - The General Daniel Bissell House is a historic home located Bellefontaine Neighbors in North St Louis County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63137, Bellefontaine Neighbors Missouri
George Washington Carver National Monument
George Washington Carver National Monument - The George Washington Carver National Monument is located near Diamond, Missouri and honors George Washington Carver, his life and his many accomplishments. - More Info Tags:
Glen Carbon Heritage Museum
Glen Carbon Heritage Museum - Information on the Glen Carbon Heritage Museum featuring the history of Glen Carbon Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62034, Glen Carbon Illinois, Museums
Grand Water Tower
Grand Water Tower - The Grand Water Tower was built to look like a Corinthian column. It is 154-feet tall and was completed in 1871. - More Info Tags: 63107, City of St Louis Missouri
Grandel Theatre
Grandel Theatre - The Grandel Theatre, originally built as a church in 1884, was the home stage to the St Louis Black Repertory Company for twenty years up until 2013. Grandel Theatre is located in the Grand Center in St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63103, City of St Louis Missouri, Entertainment
Grant's Farm
Grant's Farm - Grant's Farm is the ancestral home of the Busch family and features a petting zoo, elephant and exotic bird shows and of course Anheuser-Busch products! It is located in Grantwood Village, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63123, Grantwood Village Missouri
Greater St Louis Air and Space Museum
Greater St Louis Air and Space Museum - The Greater St. Louis Air and Space Museum is located in Cahokia, Illinois at the St. Louis Downtown Airport in one of the two historic Curtiss-Wright Hangers. - More Info Tags: 62206, Cahokia Illinois, Museums
The Griot Museum of Black History & Culture
Griot Museum of Black History & Culture - The Griot Museum of Black History & Culture is located in the St. Louis Place Neighborhood in the City of St. Louis, Missouri and is the premiere museum in the region on African-American history. - More Info Tags: 63106, City of St Louis Missouri, Museums
Hannibal Missouri
Hannibal Missouri - Hannibal Missouri is the historic boyhood city of the famous author, Mark Twain and located in Marion County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63401, Hannibal Missouri
Harney Mansion
Harney Mansion - The Harney Mansion located Sullivan, Missouri is on the National Register of Historic places and was the home of General William S. Harney, a Civil War general. - More Info Tags: 63080, Museums, Sullivan Missouri
Hawken House
Hawken House - The Hawken House was built by Christopher Hawken, the son of Jacob Hawken who produced the famous Hawken Rifle, the "gun that settled the west." The house is located in Webster Groves, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63119, Museums, Webster Groves Missouri
Heads General Store
Heads General Store - The historic Head's General Store, located in St Albans, Missouri, has been in continuous operation since 1892. - More Info Tags: 63073, St Albans Missouri
Hermannhof Winery
Hermannhof Winery - The Hermannhof Winery is located in Hermann in Gasconade County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 65041, Hermann Missouri
Historic Alton, Illinois
Historic Alton Illinois - Alton, Illinois has been the location of many historic events in the history of the United States. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois
Historic Cahokia Courthouse
Historic Cahokia Courthouse - The Historic Cahokia Courthouse was built in 1740 and is an example of French Creole architecture, one of the few examples left in the United States. It is located in St. Clair County in Cahokia, Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62206, Cahokia Illinois, Museums
Historic Clarksville Missouri
Historic Clarksville Missouri - Historic Clarksville Missouri is located on the Great River Road that runs from the Gulf of Mexico to Canada along the Mississippi River. It is about an hour and a half drive from downtown St. Louis to Clarksville, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63336, Clarksville Missouri
Historic Cuba Missouri
Historic Cuba Missouri - Historic Cuba Missouri is located about one and a half hours from Downtown St. Louis in Crawford County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 65453, Cuba
Historic Elsah Illinois
Historic Elsah Illinois - Elsah, Illinois was founded in 1853 by General James Semple who came from Kentucky and is located off of the Great River Road, through the opening in the bluffs between Mt. Radiance and Mt. Pisgua. - More Info Tags: 62028, Elsah Illinois
Historic Frenchtown St. Charles
Historic Frenchtown St. Charles - Historic Frenchtown St. Charles is filled with antique shops and quaint historic buildings and homes. It is designated as a National Trust Historic District and is located in St. Charles, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63301, St Charles City
Historic Grafton Illinois
Historic Grafton Illinois - The history of Grafton, Illinios is tied to the two rivers, the Illinios and the Mississippi, that come together at this town's riverside location. - More Info Tags: 62037, Grafton Illinois
Historic Hanley House
Historic Hanley House - The Historic Hanley House was built in 1855 and originally sat on a one hundred acre farm. Members of the Martin Franklin Hanley family occupied the home for 113 years before it was given to Clayton, Missouri for a historical museum. - More Info Tags: 63105, Clayton Missouri, Museums
Historic Hermann Missouri vineyard
Historic Hermann Missouri - Hermann, Missouri, located 90 minutes west of downtown St. Louis, was established in 1837 as a German Society Settlement. Beautiful country, wineries, and more await you. - More Info Tags: 65041, Hermann Missouri
Historic Holy Family Log Church
Historic Holy Family Log Church - The Historic Holy Family Log Church is located in Cahokia, Illinois, and is an excellent example of late 1700's French Creole architecture. - More Info Tags: 62206, Cahokia Illinois, Church
Historic Kimmswick
Historic Kimmswick - Historic Kimmswick is the home of the famous Blue Owl Restaurant and many quaint boutiques. It is located in Jefferson County Missouri and hosts the popular Apple Butter Festival each year in the Fall. - More Info Tags: 63053, 63052, Kimmswick Missouri
Historic Leclaire Village
Historic Leclaire Village - The historic village of Leclaire was founded in 1890 by N.O. Nelson who had a vision to create a "model" factory town. The entire village is on the National Register of Historic Places and is located in Edwardsville, Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62025, Edwardsville Illinois
Historic Louisiana Missouri
Historic Louisiana Missouri - Historic Louisiana, Missouri has been described as having the most intact Victorian Streetscape in Missouri with many restored Victorian and Italianate buildings. The City of Louisiana is located along the Mississippi River in Pike County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63353, Louisiana Missouri
Maeystown Illinois
Historic Maeystown Illinois - Maeystown, Illinois is located in Southern Illinois in Monroe County. Maeystown was founded in 1852 by German immigrants. This quaint town holds several annual events such as Oktoberfest, Fruehlingsfest and Fastnacht. - More Info Tags: 62256, Maeystown Illinois
Historic New Haven Missouri
Historic New Haven Missouri - Historic New Haven, Missouri was established in the late 1880's and most of it's historic buildings still remaining. It is also on the Missouri Wine Trail because of it's many wineries. - More Info Tags: 63068, New Haven Missouri
Historic Parkway United Church of Christ Sanctuary
Historic Parkway United Church of Christ Sanctuary - The Historic Parkway United Church of Christ Sanctuary was built in 1871 and is located in Town and County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63131, Town and Country Missouri
Historic Soulard
Historic Soulard - Soulard, a city in the St. Louis Historic District and on the National Register of Historic Places, is well known for its festive and sometimes rowdy Mardi Gras and Bastille Day celebrations. - More Info Tags: 63104, City of St Louis Missouri
Historic St Charles
Historic St Charles - Historic St. Charles is the location of the first state capital of Missouri on Historic Main Street and a campsite in Missouri of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. - More Info Tags: 63301, St Charles City
Historic Washington Missouri
Historic Washington Missouri - Historic Washington Missouri has a rich history with many historical homes, buildings and districts. It is located along the Missouri River and on the Missouri Wine Trail. - More Info Tags: 63090, Washington Missouri
Holocaust Museum and Learning Center
Holocaust Museum and Learning Center - The Holocaust Museum and Learning Center features artifacts and photographs from St. Louis Holocaust survivors and is located in St. Louis County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63146, Museums
Holy Trinity Catholic Church
Holy Trinity Catholic Church - Holy Trinity Catholic Church is located in the Hyde Park Neighborhood of the City of St Louis Missouri. The parish is over 160 years old and the church that is seen today was dedicated in 1899. - More Info Tags: 63107, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
Jarrot Mansion
Jarrot Mansion - The Jarrot Mansion, home of the French entrepreneur Nicholas Jarrot, was built in 1807 and is one of the oldest masonry buildings in the state of Illinois and is a National Historic Landmark. - More Info Tags: 62206, Cahokia Illinois
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery - Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery is located in South St. Louis County. It was originally built in 1826 as the first permanent army base west of the Mississippi River. - More Info Tags: 63125
Missouri State Capitol
Jefferson City Missouri - Jefferson City, Missouri is the state capital of Missouri. It was laid out by Daniel Boone's son, Daniel Morgan Boone, and created for that specific purpose. - More Info Tags: 65101, Jefferson City
Jesse James Wax Museum
Jesse James Wax Museum - Jesse James Wax Museum features a large collection of Jesse James and his gang's belongings and fire arms. - More Info Tags: Museums
John Colter Museum and Visitor Center
John Colter Museum and Visitor Center - John Colter Museum and Visitor Center is located in New Haven Missouri. The museum contains art exhibits featuring John Colter and the Lewis and Clark Expedition as well as Native American artifacts and Missouri River history. - More Info Tags: 63068, Museums, New Haven Missouri
Katherine Dunham Museum
Katherine Dunham Museum - The Katherine Dunham Museum is located in East St Louis Illinois and houses extensive collections of costumes, mementos and art of Miss Dunham's. - More Info Tags: 62201, East St Louis Illinois, Museums
Kenrick-Glennon Seminary
Kenrick-Glennon Seminary - The Kenrick-Glennon Seminary is an all men Roman Catholic 4 year college located in Shrewsbury Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63119, Shrewsbury Missouri
Kiel Auditorium
Kiel Auditorium - The Kiel Auditorium was built in such a way that it was split in two sections. The North half was the Opera House and the Southern half was the sporting arena. Today the Kiel has been restored and is now known as the Stifel Theatre. - More Info Tags: 63103, Downtown St Louis
Kirkwood Missouri Amtrak Station
Kirkwood Missouri Amtrak Station - The Amtrak Train Station located in downtown Kirkwood, Missouri is a historic train station that was a stop on the first railroad in Missouri, the Pacific Railroad. - More Info Tags: 63122, Kirkwood Missouri
Labor and Industry Museum
Labor and Industry Museum - The Labor and Industry Museum chronicles the contributions the Belleville Illinois area made to the nation's industrial movement. - More Info Tags: 62220, Belleville Illinois, Museums
Laclede's Landing
Laclede's Landing - Laclede's Landing is located on the Mississippi River front in the Downtown St. Louis Missouri. It was the original center of river commerce for the young frontier city that was established by Pierre Laclede. Now it is a bustling center for dining and entertainment. - More Info Tags: 63102, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis, Entertainment
Lake School Park
Lake School Park - Lake School Park is located in Creve Coeur Missouri and features the historic Lake School as well as a soccer field and lighted tennis courts. - More Info Tags: 63141, Creve Coeur Missouri
Larimore House Plantation
Larimore House Plantation - The Larimore House Plantation is a two-story brick Italianate and is located in Spanish Lake in North St Louis County. It was built in 1858 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. - More Info Tags: 63138, Spanish Lake Missouri
Lemp Brewery
Lemp Brewery - The historic Lemp Brewery buildings were built in 1864 and are located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri in the Cherokee-Lemp Historic District. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri
Lemp Mansion
Lemp Mansion - The Lemp Mansion, the home of the Lemp Brewery founder, William J. Lemp, is a restaurant, a Bed & Breakfast and reportedly haunted! It is located in the city of St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri
Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center
Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center - The Lewis and Clark Boathouse and Nature Center features artifacts and information from the famous journey Lewis and Clark made up the Missouri River. It is a St Louis attractions located in St Charles Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63301, Museums, St Charles City
Lewis and Clark Community College
Lewis and Clark Community College - Lewis and Clark Community College is a 2 year college located in Godfrey Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62035
Lewis and Clark Heritage Days
Lewis and Clark Heritage Days - The Lewis and Clark Heritage Days Festival located in St. Charles, Missouri is no longer held. - More Info Tags: 63301, St Charles City
Lincoln Douglas Square
Lincoln Douglas Square - The Lincoln Douglas Square, located in Alton Illinois, is the exact location where the debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas took place when both were campaigning for the same US Senate seat in 1858. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois
Lincoln-Shields Recreation Area
Lincoln-Shields Recreation Area - Lincoln-Shields Recreation Area is located in West Alton Missouri and features a Civil War Memorial, access to the Missouri River for boating and fishing and access to the West Alton Trail. - More Info Tags: 63386, West Alton
Lindbergh Relay Station
Lindbergh Relay Station - The Lindbergh Relay Station in Godfrey, Illinois was once used to assist pilots, including Charles Lindbergh, who needed a layover along the Chicago-St. Louis Mail route. - More Info Tags: 62035, Godfrey Illinois
Louis Bolduc House
Louis Bolduc House - The Louis Bolduc House, located in Historic Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, was built in the early 1790's in the French Creole style of architecture known as "poteaux-sur-sole". - More Info Tags: 63670, Sainte Genevieve Missouri
Lyon Park
Lyon Park - Lyon Park honors General Nathaniel Lyon, a Civil War General and was once part of the US Arsenal that he defended which was located across the street from the park. - More Info Tags: 63118, City of St Louis Missouri
Manchester United Methodist Church
Manchester United Methodist Church - Manchester United Methodist Church is located in Manchester Missouri in West St Louis County. - More Info Tags: 63011, Church, Manchester Missouri
Martin-Boismenue House
Martin-Boismenue House - The Martin-Boismenue House, a French Creole home built in 1790, is located in East Carondelet, Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62240, East Carondelet Illinois, Museums
Maryville Heritage Museum
Maryville Heritage Museum - The Maryville Heritage Museum features items that showcase the history of the citizens of Maryville Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62062, Maryville Illinois, Museums
Masonic Temple
Masonic Temple - The Masonic Temple was built in 1926 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located in the city of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63108, City of St Louis Missouri
Mastodon State Historic Site
Mastodon State Historic Site - Located in Jefferson County in Imperial, Missouri, Mastodon State Historic Site is on the National Register of Historic Places because of the important archaeological and paleontological finds discovered at the park. - More Info Tags: 63052, Museums
McKendree University
McKendree University - McKendree University is a 4 year liberal arts college. It is the oldest college in the state of Illinois and is located in Lebanon Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62254
Meramec Caverns
Meramec Caverns - Beautiful Meramec Caverns is one of the many caves and caverns found in Missouri. It is located near Stanton Missouri. - More Info Tags: Attractions
Millennium Park
Millennium Park - The Millennium Park is one of Creve Couer's city parks as well as featuring the historic landmark, Tappmeyer Farmhouse. - More Info Tags: 63141, Creve Coeur Missouri
Missouri Civil War Museum
Missouri Civil War Museum - The Missouri Civil War Museum is located on the grounds of Jefferson Barracks in the restored Post Exchange and Gymnasium Building and features items from both the Union and Confederate militarys. - More Info Tags: 63125, Lemay Missouri, Museums
Missouri History Museum
Missouri History Museum - The Missouri History Museum features permanent exhibits on the 1904 World's Fair, on history of the City of St. Louis - past and present, and has a life-size replica of Charles Lindbergh's airplane - The Spirit of St. Louis in the McDermott Hall. It is located in Forest Park, in St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63112, City of St Louis Missouri, Museums
Missouri Meerschaum Museum
Missouri Meerschaum Museum - Missouri Meerschaum Museum, is located in the Missouri Meerschaum Corn Cob Pipe Factory in Washington Missouri which was established in 1869, and is the oldest corn cob pipe manufacturer in the United States. - More Info Tags: 63090, Museums, Washington Missouri
Modoc Rock Shelter National Historic Site
Modoc Rock Shelter National Historic Site - The Modoc Rock Shelter National Historic Site is an archaic site where Native Americans, beginning 9,000 years ago, found shelter and protection from the elements under the cliffs. Located near Modoc Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62277, Modoc Illinois
Museum at the Gateway Arch
Museum at the Gateway Arch - The Museum at the Gateway Arch is located below the Gateway Arch. And by "below" we mean "underground!" - More Info Tags: 63102, Attractions, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis, Museums
National Museum of Transportation
National Museum of Transportation - The National Museum of Transportation features exhibits of all modes of transportation, ranging from trains to tugboats and everything in between! It is a St Louis attraction located in West St Louis County Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63122, Attractions, Museums
New Madrid Missouri
New Madrid Missouri - The historic city of New Madrid, Missouri is located on a bend in the Mississippi River in southeast Missouri. Major earthquakes and Civil War battles are all part of New Madrid's history! - More Info Tags: 63869, New Madrid
Nims Mansion
Nims Mansion - The Nims Mansion was built for Eugene Nims, founder of Southwestern Bell Telephone, and his family as a weekend retreat. It is located in Bee Tree Park in Oakville Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63129, Oakville Missouri
Normandie Golf Club
Normandie Golf Club - Normandie Golf Club is a public 18 hole golf course located in Bel-Nor Missouri in Mid St Louis County. It is the oldest public golf course west of the Mississippi River. - More Info Tags: 63121, Bel Nor Missouri
North Alton Confederate Cemetery
North Alton Confederate Cemetery - The North Alton Confederate Cemetery is the final resting place of 1,354 Confederate soldiers who died while in prison in Alton Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois
Norwood Hills Country Club
Norwood Hills Country Club - Norwood Hills Country Club is a private club with two 18 hole golf courses located in North St Louis County. The clubhouse has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. - More Info Tags: 63121
Old Cathedral downtown St Louis
Old Cathedral - The historic Basilica of St. Louis, King of France, better known as the "Old Cathedral", is located in downtown St. Louis on the site that was set aside for that purpose by Pierre Laclede in 1764. - More Info Tags: 63102, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Old Courthouse
Old Courthouse - The Old Courthouse features a museum of memorabilia of the famous Dred Scott trial and has two courtrooms set up to represent two separate time periods. It is located in the city of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63102, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis, Museums
Old Fire Engine Museum
Old Fire Engine Museum - The Old Fire Engine Museum is located in Granite City Illinois chronicles the history of firefighting. - More Info Tags: 62040, Granite City Illinois, Museums
Old Post Office St Louis Missouri
Old Post Office - The Old Post Office in St. Louis Missouri is one of two federal buildings that were designed by architect Alfred B. Mullett in the Second Empire architectural style that are still standing. - More Info Tags: 63101, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Old Six Mile Museum in the Emmert-Zippel House
Old Six Mile Museum in the Emmert-Zippel House - The Old Six Mile Museum is housed in the Emmert-Zippel House which is located in Granite City, Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62040, Granite City Illinois, Museums
Old St. Ferdinand Shrine
Old St. Ferdinand Shrine - The Old St. Ferdinand Shrine is the oldest Catholic church west of the Mississippi River and is located in Florissant, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63031, Church, Florissant Missouri
Old Stone Church
Old Stone Church - The Old Stone Church or Old Bonhomme Church was the original location of the Bonhomme Presbyterian Church. It was built in 1841 and is located in Chesterfield, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63017, Chesterfield Missouri
Our Lady of the Rivers
Our Lady of the Rivers - Our Lady of the Rivers shrine was erected in 1957 by the Legion of Mary parish in gratitude that the city of Portage des Sioux Missouri was protected and spared from devastating flooding of the Mississippi River in 1951. - More Info Tags: 63373, Portage des Sioux Missouri
Payne-Gentry House
Payne-Gentry House - The Payne-Gentry House is a historic museum chronicling the more than 100 years the Payne-Gentry family lived in the home. It is located in Bridgeton, Missouri in North St. Louis County. - More Info Tags: 63044, Bridgeton Missouri, Museums
Peterstown House
Peterstown House - Peterstown House is the last remaining stagecoach stop on the Kaskaskia-Cahokia Trail and is located in Waterloo Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62298, Waterloo Illinois
Piasa Bird Monument
Piasa Bird - The Piasa Bird is a legendary bird-like creature that, according to legend, terrorized the Illni Indian tribes long before any European settlers came to the Alton area. - More Info Tags: 62002, Alton Illinois
Pierre Menard Home Historic Site
Pierre Menard Home Historic Site - The Pierre Menard Home Historic Site is located in Ellis Grove Illinois. The home was built around 1815 by Pierre Menard, the first Lieutenant Governor of the then new State of Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62241, Ellis Grove Illinois

More St Louis Historic Places

Ebsworth Park - Ebsworth Park features a residence that was designed by the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright and is located in Mid St Louis County in Kirkwood Missouri. - More Info - Tags: 63122, Kirkwood Missouri

Glen Echo Country Club - Glen Echo Country Club is a private 18 hole golf course located in Normandy Missouri. It was the first Private golf course west of the Mississippi River. - More Info - Tags: 63121, Recreation, Golf

Governor Daniel Dunklin Grave State Historic Site - The Governor Daniel Dunklin Grave State Historic Site sits on what is left of his estate overlooking the Mississippi River in Herculaneum, Missouri. - More Info - Tags:

Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum - The Historic Aircraft Restoration Museum is located at the Creve Coeur Airport in Maryland Heights, Missouri. - More Info - Tags: 63146, Maryland Heights Missouri, Museums

Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church - Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church is a historic church located in the McKinley Heights Neighborhood in the City of St. Louis Missouri. - More Info - Tags: 63104, Church, City of St Louis Missouri

Longview Farm Park - Longview Farm Park is located in Town and Country Missouri and features the historic Longview Farm house with banquet and special event facilities. The park is 30 arces and has a horse stable, playground, picnic facilities, tennis courts and walking trails. - More Info - Tags: 63141, Town and Country Missouri

Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing - Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing is the location of one of the few documented Underground Railroad events in the United States. It is located on the St. Louis riverfront north of the Merchants Bridge. - More Info - Tags:

Meramec Valley Historical Museum - Meramec Valley Historical Museum, located in Pacific Missouri, documents and preserves the history of the Meramec Valley communities of Pacific, Gray Summit, Labadie, Robertsville, Catawissa and Villa Ridge. - More Info - Tags: 63069, Museums, Pacific Missouri

OakGlenn Winery - OakGlenn Winery was established in 1847 and several rows of the original Norton grapes are still grown today. The winery is located in Hermann Missouri in Gasconade County. - More Info - Tags: 65041, Hermann Missouri

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