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Campbell House Museum, Saint Louis

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The Campbell House Museum opened on February 6, 1943, and is in the Greater St. Louis area, in the U.S. state of Missouri. The museum was documented as part of the Historic American Buildings Survey between 1936 and 1941, designated a City of St. Louis Landmark in 1946, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, and became a National Trust for Historic Preservation Save America's Treasures project in 2000. The museum is owned and operated by the Campbell House Foundation, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

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  • Stellar house remaining from the mid-1800s - that is the only remnant of the gorgeous homes from the era from a time when this was where the "well-heeled" of St. Louis lived. One gets a guided tour.....  more
    Stellar house remaining from the mid-1800s - that is the only remnant of the gorgeous homes from the era from a time when this was where the "well-heeled" of St. Louis lived. One gets a guided tour.....  more »
  • We thoroughly enjoyed our visit! Dennis was incredibly knowledgeable, friendly, and devoted to his volunteer role as a docent there. The house was beautiful! 
    We thoroughly enjoyed our visit! Dennis was incredibly knowledgeable, friendly, and devoted to his volunteer role as a docent there. The house was beautiful!  more »
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  • Outstanding experience; well-preserved furnishings and a great story and tour guide. Highly recommend!
  • Stellar house remaining from the mid-1800s - that is the only remnant of the gorgeous homes from the era from a time when this was where the "well-heeled" of St. Louis lived. One gets a guided tour that takes about an hour; you pay at the end. The people who run the tours are volunteers and passionate about what they do. For much of the 2nd half of the 19th century - this was THE place to be in town if you had money and were "in society". Because of some quirks to this family, as all the other fancy houses fell into disrepair and were demolished as the wealthy of St. Louis moved west, this one ended up getting preserved. 90%+ of the furniture is original! We saw nearly every room while learning about the family and the era.

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