The "Seeking St. Louis" Exhibit at the Missouri History Museum is a permanent exhibit in the museum. The exhibit follows the history of the City of St. Louis from its founding through the present time in two galleries.
The "Currents" gallery traces the lives of the people, as well as the disasters, such as the cholera outbreak and the fires, and the triumphs, such as the end of slavery, that played a role in shaping St. Louis.
The "Reflections" gallery witness the cultural and technological changes - sports teams, music legends, human rights issues, literary writers, even the construction of the Arch - that formed the area into a complex metropolitan region.
See website for more info. Admission is FREE!
The Missouri History Museum is located in Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri. The Museum has several continuing exhibits that feature the 1904 World's Fair, the past history of St. Louis and a Charles A. Lindbergh display. Special exhibits change many times throughout the year. Special events, such as concerts, theatre, and lectures, are also held at the museum. Hours: Open Tuesday-Sunday, 10am to 5pm. Open until 8pm on Thursday nights.
Please check the website listed on each event to get the most up-to-date information.