Settled by French-Canadian habitants in the late 1740s, the village of Ste. Genevieve has been inviting visitors to enjoy the charm of its narrow streets, shops, museums and historic homes Read more [...]
Fort Davidson State Historic Site preserves Fort Davidson and the Pilot Knob battlefield where so many Confederate and Union soldiers lost their lives. A visitor center interprets the battle and Read more [...]
The arts and crafts of yesteryear are well preserved in the Historic Hermann Museum rooms at the German School.
The Foundation for Restoration of Ste. Genevieve invites you to visit the historic Guibourd-Valle House (c. 1806) Built in 1806 by Jacques Guibourd, this poteaux sur-sol (post on sill) home Read more [...]
Many visitors believe that Hawn State Park is the loveliest of Missouri’s state parks, with forests of pine and oak, sandstone bluffs and canyons, and clear sand-bottom streams. The park’s Read more [...]