French-Indochina-Vietnam Living History at Jefferson Barracks Park

Date: May 19, 2019 | Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

French-Indochina/Vietnam Living History at Jefferson Barracks Park. Visitors will tour the living history camps and learn about the uniforms, weapons and equipment of the French and United States' military during the post-WWII period through the 1970s. Event is two days: Saturday and Sunday, May 18th & 19th. And its FREE for the whole family!

Call 314-615-8882 for more information. Or information can be found in the St. Louis County Parks Spring/Summer 2019 Activity Guide, page 32. See website to download printable PDF version.

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Jefferson Barracks Park is an historic site that served as an U.S. Army post from 1826 to 1946. It is host to many St. Louis County Park events in its 426 acres of parkland. The park features the St. Louis County Veterans Memorial Amphitheater, the Jefferson Barracks Museums, The Pavilion at Lemay, many recreational facilities, overnight camping areas and facilities, picnic sites and shelters. Jefferson Barracks also has two wedding sites available. It is the location of many events throughout the year.

Please check the website listed on each event to get the most up-to-date information.

Directions: Located in Lemay, Missouri along the Mississippi River. Take Telegraph Road/Highway 231/Kingston Drive to the S. Broadway entrance to the park. S. Broadway turns into Grant Road. Make a left on North Road to Visitors Center. The Jefferson Barracks Museums in the Old Ordnance Room and the Powder Magazine are nearby on Bagby Road.


345 North Road,
Lemay, MO