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Mermaid House


category : Historic Homes
A retired sea captain built the Mermaid House as a hotel in 1830 on the St. Louis-Vincennes Trail, now known as Rte. 50. A famous visitor was Charles Dickens who documented his story in his book "American Notes."


Admission: Free Admission
Hours: By appointment only. Closed major holidays
Address: 114 St. Louis St.
Phone: 618-537-8420

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