Missouri Day Celebration at the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site

Date: Oct 18, 2017 | Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Honor our state by celebrating "Missouri Day" at the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site in Historic St. Charles. This event is FREE and open to the public. See website for more information or call 636-940-3322.

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Call for More Information | 636-940-3322 | Website

Missouri's first legislators met from 1821 to 1826 in the buildings of the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site while the permanent capitol was being built in Jefferson City. Visitors can take a guided tour through the actual restored and furnished rooms where the Missouri state government was created and first practiced. The restored Peck brothers' general store and residence have been furnished as they might have looked in the early 1800s.

Admission is free to the historic site's interpretive center, which offers two floors of exhibits and an orientation show. There is a small admission fee for tours. Many events are held at the State Historic Site and may charge a fee, as well.

Directions: Located along Main Street, between First Capitol Drive and Madison Street. From Interstate 70, take the 5th Street exit and use First Capitol Drive or Boone's Lick Road to Main Street. From Interstate 370, use Highway 94 to 2nd Street to Riverside Drive to Main Street. From Interstate 364, use the Arena Parkway South River Road, north to South Main Street.

Address:


200 South Main Street,
St Charles, MO
63301