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Fort Charrette Historic Village and Museum


category : Museums
An authentic 1790 restored French fur trading post museum with associated village, containing antique furnishings and gardens, overlooking the Missouri River valley.


Admission: Donations.
Hours: Year-round, by appointment only.
Address: 4515 Old Hwy 100 East
Phone: 636-239-4202
Handicapped Accessible.

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