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Pierre Menard Home State Historic Site


category : Historic Homes
The Pierre Menard Home is the finest example of French colonial architecture in the Central Mississippi Valley. The Post-on-Sill Frame House was built during 1800-1802 for fur trader and entrepreneur, Pierre Menard.


Admission: Adults: $2.00 donation. Children: $1.00 donation.
Hours: Mar. - Oct.: Daily: 9am-5pm
Nov. - Feb.: Daily: 9am-4pm
Closed major holidays
Address: 4230 Kaskaskia St.
Phone: 618-859-3031

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