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Temporary Exhibit: The History of Slavery in St. Louis

Come vis­it the Camp­bell House in late April and ear­ly May for a unique oppor­tu­ni­ty to learn about the his­to­ry of slav­ery in St. Louis. This tem­po­rary mini exhib­it, orga­nized by the Nation­al Park Ser­vice, Ulysses S. Grant Nation­al His­toric Site, will be on dis­play here from April 20th through May 5, 2024.

The Farm Table to the Gilded Table

Click here for more infor­ma­tion on the event webpage.

Enjoy a night of his­tor­i­cal­ly inspired foods and liba­tions pre­pared by St. Louis’s award-win­ning chefs, con­fec­tion­ers, brew­ers, wine­mak­ers, and distillers.

Pre­sent­ed as a move­able feast, guests trav­el between the Camp­bell House Muse­um and White Haven (Ulysses S. Grant Nation­al His­toric Site) to sam­ple, sip, and enjoy peri­od enter­tain­ment at the places where Ulysses S. Grant lived and dined.

Tick­et ($75 per per­son) includes admis­sion, all food, and bev­er­ages, and park­ing at both sites. Event takes place rain or shine on the grounds of Camp­bell House Muse­um (1508 Locust Street, St. Louis, MO 63103) and the Ulysses S. Grant Nation­al His­toric Site (7400 Grant Road, St. Louis, MO 63123) . Event pro­ceeds ben­e­fit Camp­bell House Muse­um and Ulysses S. Grant Nation­al His­toric Site.

Event Co-Chairs
Suzanne Cor­bett and Matt Sherman