St. Louis Area Lankmarks

Historic Cupples Station Complex

What makes something a "landmark"? The homes, churches, buildings, structures in our list below have been either placed on the National Register of Historic Places and/or have been designated as a St. Louis area "landmark". Some have even National historic significance. Cahokia Mounds has been named a United States National Historic Landmark and a United Nations World Heritage Site! Typically the landmark is significant to some aspect of the St. Louis area's history. What makes a place worthy of being designated as a landmark? It could be who owned or lived in the building, such as the Eugene Field House. It might be the architect who designed the building or even the architectural style of the building, such as the Wainwright Building. Sometimes the use of the building makes it significant, such as the Cupples Station Complex.

Listed below is almost one hundred of the many landmarks in the St. Louis area. Some of them are free to visit, some charge an admission fee and still others are private and can not be viewed but from the street (be courteous please!). Spend an hour or spend a day visiting the treasures of the St. Louis area! Enjoy!

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 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
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
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
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
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
Conway Park
Conway Park - Conway Park, a community park located in Creve Coeur Missouri, features the historic landmark log cabins of the Clester and Hackmann family, as well as tennis courts, playgrounds, a dog park and wildflower garden. - More Info Tags: 63141, Creve Coeur Missouri
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
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
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
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
Faust Park - Faust Park features the Missouri Botanical Garden's Butterfly House, Faust Historical Village and the 1920 St. Louis Carousel. It is located in West St. Louis County in Chesterfield, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63017, Chesterfield Missouri
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
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
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
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
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 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 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
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 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
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
The Jewel Box in Forest Park St. Louis
Jewel Box in Forest Park - The Jewel Box, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, is an Art Deco styled greenhouse located in Forest Park in St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63110, City of St Louis Missouri
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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 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 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
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
Roberts Orpheum Theater in downtown St Louis
Roberts Orpheum Theater - Information on the Roberts Orpheum Theater (built in 1917) which is located in downtown St Louis. - More Info Tags: 63101, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis, Entertainment
Saint John Nepomuk Catholic Church
Saint John Nepomuk Catholic Church - Saint John Nepomuk Catholic Church, located in the LaSalle Park Neighborhood, was built by the first Bohemian parish in the United States. It is a City Landmark and on the National Register of Historic Places. - More Info Tags: 63104, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
Saint Vincent DePaul Catholic Church
Saint Vincent DePaul Catholic Church - Saint Vincent DePaul Catholic Church is an historic church building and is located in the city of St Louis Missouri in the LaSalle Park Neighborhood. - More Info Tags: 63104, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
Saints Peter  and Paul Catholic Church
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church - Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church is located in the Soulard neighborhood of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63104, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
Samuel Cupples House
Samuel Cupples House - The Samuel Cupples House, a beautiful example of Romanesque architecture, was the home of one of St. Louis' prominent businessmen during the late 19th century. Today it is one of several museums located on the campus of St. Louis University in the city of St Louis Missouri . - More Info Tags: 63108, City of St Louis Missouri, Museums
Sandy Creek Bridge State Historic Site
Sandy Creek Bridge State Historic Site - The Sandy Creek Bridge is a State Historic Site. It was built in 1872 and is one of 4 covered bridges that still remains in Missouri. It is located near Goldman Missouri in Jefferson County. - More Info Tags: 63050
Scott Joplin House State Historic Site
Scott Joplin House State Historic Site - Scott Joplin, the King of Ragtime, brought his new wife to St. Louis in 1900 and moved into this brick flat located in downtown St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63103, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis, Museums
Scottish Rite Cathedral
Scottish Rite Cathedral - The Scottish Rite Cathedral was built in 1924 and designed by William Ittner. It has a 3000 seat auditorium that can be rented as well as a kitchen, 2 dining rooms and a gallery. It is located in the city of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63108, City of St Louis Missouri
Shrine of St. Joseph
Shrine of St. Joseph - The Shrine of St. Joseph is the location of the only authenticated miracle that has occurred in the Midwest. It was built during the 1840's for German Catholics and is located in the Columbus Square Neighborhood in the City of St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63106, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
Spanish Lake Blacksmith Shop
Spanish Lake Blacksmith Shop - The Spanish Lake Blacksmith Shop has been designated as a Historic Landmark by St Louis County. It was built about 1876 by Jacob Wilhelm and was a working blacksmith until 1993. - More Info Tags: 63138, Spanish Lake Missouri
St. Ambrose Catholic Church
St Ambrose Catholic Church - St. Ambrose Catholic Church is located "on the Hill" in the city of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63110, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
St. Francis de Sales Oratory
St Francis de Sales Oratory - The beautiful historic St. Francis de Sales Oratory has been called the "Cathedral of the Southside" and is located in the Fox Park Neighborhood of the City of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63118, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
St Liborius Catholic Church
St Liborius Catholic Church - The St Liborius Catholic Church was established in 1855 for German Catholics in North St Louis City. Construction of the church building was completed in 1889. In 1992, the St Liborius parish was closed and parishioners were merged with surrounding parishes. The building is located in the St Louis Place Neighborhood in the City of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63106, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
StLouis Art Museum
St Louis Art Museum - The St Louis Art Museum, located in Forest Park, is housed in the only building left from the 1904 World's Fair. It is located in the city of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63110, Attractions, City of St Louis Missouri, Museums
St Louis City Hall
St Louis City Hall - The St. Louis City Hall, completed in 1904, is designed after the Paris City Hall and is constructed using Missouri pink granite. It is located in Downtown St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63103, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
St Louis Union Station
St Louis Union Station - St. Louis Union Station is an historic landmark which features a hotel, dining and shopping and is located in Downtown St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63103, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
St. Mary of Victories Catholic Church
St Mary of Victories Catholic Church - St. Mary of Victories Catholic Church is a historic church, established in 1843, and serves the Hungarian Catholics in the St. Louis community. It is located on "Chouteau's Landing" in the Kosciusko Neighborhood of St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63104, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
St Stanislaus Kostka Church
St Stanislaus Kostka Church - The St. Stanislaus Kostka Church is a historic Polish Catholic church located in the Carr Square Neighborhood in the City of St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63106, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
St Vincents
St Vincents in St Louis Missouri - Built in the Renaissance architectural style, St. Vincent's is a forboding building and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. - More Info Tags: 63133
Stifel Theatre
Stifel Theatre - The Stifel Theatre has been beautifully restored to its former glory and now brings in great entertainment for St. Louis audiences. It is located in Downtown St. Louis, Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63103, Downtown St Louis, Entertainment
The Studio Inn
Studio Inn - The Studio Inn, located in St Albans Missouri, was the historic home of Oscar and Irene Johnson who at one time owned and ran the 7,000 acres of land surrounding the home as a very successful farm. - More Info Tags: 63073, St Albans Missouri
Sugar Loaf Mound
Sugar Loaf Mound - Sugar Loaf Mound is an historic Native American Mound located in south St Louis City Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63111, City of St Louis Missouri
Taille De Noyer
Taille De Noyer - Taille De Noyer, a 22 room historic home and museum, was originally built in 1790 as a two-room log cabin for fur trappers. It is located on the campus of McCluer High School in Florissant Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63031, Florissant Missouri, Museums
Third Baptist Church
Third Baptist Church - The Third Baptist Church is located in the City of St Louis Missouri in the Covenant Blu-Grand Center Neighborhood . They hold Sunday morning and Wednesday night services. - More Info Tags: 63103, Church, City of St Louis Missouri
Thomas C Fletcher House
Thomas C Fletcher House - The Thomas C Fletcher House is the home of Missouri's 18th state governor and is located in Hillsboro Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63050, Hillsboro Missouri, Museums
Thomas Sappington Historic House
Thomas Sappington Historic House - The Thomas Sappington Historic House was built in 1808 by slave labor. It is a St Louis attraction located in Crestwood Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63126, Museums
Thornhill Farm
Thornhill Farm - Thornhill Farm, the family home of Missouri's second Governor, Frederick Bates, has been restored and is a historic museum. It is located in Faust Park, in the Faust Historical Village, in Chesterfield Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63017, Chesterfield Missouri, Museums
Tower Grove House
Tower Grove House - The Tower Grove House was built in 1849 by Henry Shaw for his personal residence. It is located in the Missouri Botanical Garden in St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63110, City of St Louis Missouri, Museums
Twillman House
Twillman House - The Twillman House was built in 1870 by John Henry Twillman, a German immigrant, and is located in Spanish Lake Missouri. It is designated by St Louis County as a Historic Landmark. - More Info Tags: 63138, Spanish Lake Missouri
Ulysses S Grant National Historic Site
Ulysses S Grant National Historic Site - The Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site is located in South St Louis County. The landmark White Haven is located there which is the historic homestead of Grant's wife, Julia Dent and her family. - More Info Tags: 63123, Grantwood Village Missouri
University City Missouri
University City Missouri - The City of University City Missouri, also known as U City and well known for "The Loop", is located in Mid St Louis County just west of the St Louis City limits and about 25 minutes west of Downtown St Louis via Interstate 64. - More Info Tags: 63130, 63132, University City Missouri
Wainwright Building
Wainwright Building - The Wainwright Building is a building with a historically significant architectural style. Built in 1892, it was the "prototype" of the modern skyscraper. It is located in downtown St. Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63101, City of St Louis Missouri, Downtown St Louis
Washington University
Washington University - Washington University is a 4 year private college located in University City Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63130, University City Missouri
Water Intake Towers on the Mississippi River
Water Intake Towers on the Mississippi River - The historic Water Intake Towers, located just north of the city of St Louis on the Mississippi River, were built around the turn of the 20th century and are still in use today by the St Louis Water Works. - More Info Tags: 63137, City of St Louis Missouri
World's Fair Pavilion
World's Fair Pavilion - The World's Fair Pavilion, built in 1909, is a large open air pavilion with catering facilities that can accommodate up to 500 people. It would be great for a wedding reception, corporate picnic or private party! It is located in Forest Park in St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63110, City of St Louis Missouri
Yanda Log Cabin
Yanda Log Cabin - The Yanda Log Cabin was built in 1853 by William Yanda, who became the blacksmith of Glen Carbon Illinois. - More Info Tags: 62034, Glen Carbon Illinois
Zion Lutheran Church
Zion Lutheran Church - The Zion Lutheran Church is located in the St Louis Place Neighborhood in the City of St Louis Missouri. - More Info Tags: 63106, Church, City of St Louis Missouri

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