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St. Louis Region, Missouri

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Since the arrival of early settlers in 1764, the St. Louis Region has connected with the explorer in all of us. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark headed west from the village that is now St. Louis in 1803 to explore the newly purchased Louisiana Territory. This began an adyssey that marked this area as the "Gateway to the West" for pioneers and trappers seeking fortune and adventure.

From the majestic Meramac Caverns and cobblestone streets of St. Charles, to the towering Gateway Arch and tucked-away neighborhoods of St. Louis, this region brings charm and the unexpected to every aspect of your Missouri vacation.

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Anheuser Museum & Estate

The ancestral home of Fred and Mabel Ruth Anheuser, affectionately known to many as Fredmar Farms, is located in Kimmswick, Missouri just 25 miles south of downtown St. Louis. This historic estate was gifted to Fred and Mabel Ruth in the 1940's by his father, W. Fred Anheuser. Fred'

Kimmswick, MO Historic Homes

Windsor Harbor Road Bridge

Built in 1874 this bridge which spans Rock Creek and is now on the National Register

Kimmswick, MO Historic Bridges



Hawken House

Historic home of Hawken Rifle family built in 1857

Webster Groves, MO Museums



Fisher Cave

Fisher Cave features a variety of outstanding cave scenes, including columns of calcite deposits up to 30

Sullivan, MO Natural Attractions

Thias House

Historic three-story Victorian home built in 1888 by Henry Thias as an "ornament to the city" of Washington. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Missouri. Now open to the public as a restaurant and Bed &

Washington, MO Historic Homes

Corn Cob Pipe Museum

The museum is located in a circa 1880

Washington, MO Museums

Kirkwood Historical Society/ Mudd's Grove Historical Home

This magnificent Greek Revival home known as Mudd's Grove was completed in 1860

Kirkwood, MO Museums

Discovery Expedition of St. Charles, MO

Discovery Expedition is building and operating three replica boats used by Lewis and Clark. 55-foot keelboat construction and two completed 40

St. Charles, MO Museums

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