The Campbell House Museum is proud to present its annual celebration of a Victorian Christmas, replete with elaborate displays of trees, wreaths, garland and Gilded Age elegance throughout the 1851 home of Robert and Virginia Campbell. Decorations will be up through January 15, 2015. Click here for the complete press release.
“Anyone who has spent much time here over the years has heard something — or, in a few cases, seen something — that isn’t easily explained, says CHM Executive Director Andy Hahn. Click here to check out the interactive tour of STL’s haunted spots.
Campbell House Museum and award-winning local blog Distilled History were featured in St. Louis Magazine in advance of their massively successful #drinkuptweetupSTL event in September. Click here to read the article and learn more about Distilled History’s author and the history of CHM.
We were pleased to welcome Mike Danahey through the House last weekend during his trip to explore St. Louis’ strong Irish heritage. Our favorite line? “Fur was like the iPhone of its day — but warmer.” Click here to read the article.
Friday, October 31, 2014 starting at 6:30 p.m.
Spend Halloween Night exploring the Campbell House after dark — guests have the rare chance to experience the House opened up in the evening and take a closer look at the unhappy chapters of loss, despair, death and disease that defined much of the Campbell family’s 84 years spent at 1508 Locust Street. Click here to visit our EVENTS page for more info, click here for the full release.