We are Shakespeare Exhibit at the Central Library in Downtown St Louis

Dates: Sep 05, 2017 through Nov 04, 2017

"We are Shakespeare" Exhibit at the Central Library in Downtown St. Louis. This exhibit features hands-on-displays and activities, including period costumes, mock sword fighting, character wall mural, a poet tree, an oracle wheel and more. The exhibit is FREE and open to the public. See website for more information.

For More Information:

St Louis City Public Library Central Library | 314-241-2288 | Website

The Central Library is the headquarters for the St. Louis City Public Library system and is located in the Downtown West Neighborhood of the City of St. Louis, Missouri. Built in 1901 with stained glass and stenciled ceilings, it is a historic landmark and was built with a gift from Andrew Carnegie to the citizens of the city that stipulated that the library be "free to the public." The Central Library is host to many events throughout the year, such as concerts, festivals, plays, children's programs and more.
Directions: Located on Olive Street, between 13th and 14th streets in the Downtown West Neighborhood of the City of St. Louis.

Address:


1301 Olive Street,
St Louis, MO
63103