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Holiday Historic House Tour
Thursday, December 1, 2016 from 3:00 pm to 8:00 pm| $30 for bus tour/ $20 for self-guided tour
THERE ARE CURRENTLY JUST A FEW SPACES LEFT FOR THE TOUR. PLEASE CALL THE MUSEUM at 314–421‑0325 TO CHECK AVAILABILITY.
Join us and three other St. Louis historic houses for a delightful holiday tour on December 1, 2016 from 3:00pm to 8:00pm. There will be tours and light holiday refreshments at each of the four locations. Two ticket options are available: The Bus Tour ticket, which includes tours of all four historic sites and parking with guided bus transportation sponsored by Destination St. Louis, is $30 pre-order and $40 day of event. The Self-Guided ticket, which includes tours of all four historic sites with limited parking, is $20 pre-order and $30 day of event.
More information about the four historic sites on the St. Louis Holiday Historic House Tour:
The Field House Museum — 634 South Broadway
Come discover the Field family through the newly expanded Field House Museum along with our traditional Christmas decor in the historic home that was once occupied by Roswell Field, attorney for Dred Scott, and the birthplace of Eugene Field, the Children’s Poet.
The Campbell House Museum — 1508 Locust Street
The home of entrepreneur Robert Campbell reflects the high-Victorian opulence of the 1880s. See the elaborate parlor Christmas tree and creche, as well as the dining room table set for the season.
The Chatillon-DeMenil House — 3352 DeMenil Place
Nicolas and Emilie DeMenil’s Greek Revival mansion is splendidly decorated for a “joyeux Noel,” reflecting both French Creole and American holiday traditions.
The Old Courthouse — 11 North Fourth Street
This Greek Revival building features restored courtrooms and a Dred Scott exhibit along with the Victorian era decorated rotunda filled with holiday music and dancing for this evening’s tour.
No refunds will be given. For additional information or to purchase tickets over the phone, call (314) 421‑0325
Inclement Weather Date — December 8, 2016