St. Louis Holiday House Tour | Arts and Education Council of St. Louis

St. Louis Holiday House Tour

Campbell House Museum
1508 Locust Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
November 30, 2022

Join the Campbell House Museum, Chatillon-DeMenil House, and Field House Museum for a delightful holiday tour that takes you back to yesteryear. Along with light holiday refreshments at each of the locations, guests will be able to explore these historic sites in a one-night-only peek into the past.

Inclement weather date is set for December 7, 2022.

Tickets: $30; $20 for members of the historic houses

 

For additional information, call the Campbell House Museum at 314-421-0325 or the Field House Museum at 314-421-4689.

About the Organizations:

Campbell House Museum: 1508 Locust Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103 | 314-421-0325 | campbellhousemuseum.org info@campbellhousemuseum.org

The Campbell House Museum is the first and only surviving house from the wealthy neighborhood of Lucas Place, the first private street in St. Louis. From 1854-1938, the house was owned by the family of Robert Campbell, who were among the wealthiest people in St. Louis at the time.

Chatillon-DeMenil House: 3352 DeMenil Place, St. Louis, MO 63118 | 314-771-5828 | demenil.org | info@demenil.org

The Chatillon DeMenil Mansion was built as a farmhouse for Henri Chatillon, a guide on the Oregon Trail. In 1856, the house was sold to Nicholas N. DeMenil, a pharmacist, who had the house expanded into the Greek Revival style by architect Henry Pitcher in 1863.

Field House Museum: 634 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102 | 314-421-4689 | fieldhousemuseum.org | info@fieldhousemuseum.org

The Field House Museum was originally built in a row of 12 houses known as Walsh’s Row, and it was inhabited by Roswell Field, a lawyer for Dred Scott, in 1850. This was also the boyhood home of children’s poet Eugene Field.

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  • 2022-11-30 00:00:00 2022-11-30 00:00:00 America/Chicago St. Louis Holiday House Tour

    Join the Campbell House Museum, Chatillon-DeMenil House, and Field House Museum for a delightful holiday tour that takes you back to yesteryear. Along with light holiday refreshments at each of the locations, guests will be able to explore these historic sites in a one-night-only peek into the past.

    Inclement weather date is set for December 7, 2022.

    Tickets: $30; $20 for members of the historic houses

     

    For additional information, call the Campbell House Museum at 314-421-0325 or the Field House Museum at 314-421-4689.

    About the Organizations:

    Campbell House Museum: 1508 Locust Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103 | 314-421-0325 | campbellhousemuseum.org info@campbellhousemuseum.org

    The Campbell House Museum is the first and only surviving house from the wealthy neighborhood of Lucas Place, the first private street in St. Louis. From 1854-1938, the house was owned by the family of Robert Campbell, who were among the wealthiest people in St. Louis at the time.

    Chatillon-DeMenil House: 3352 DeMenil Place, St. Louis, MO 63118 | 314-771-5828 | demenil.org | info@demenil.org

    The Chatillon DeMenil Mansion was built as a farmhouse for Henri Chatillon, a guide on the Oregon Trail. In 1856, the house was sold to Nicholas N. DeMenil, a pharmacist, who had the house expanded into the Greek Revival style by architect Henry Pitcher in 1863.

    Field House Museum: 634 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102 | 314-421-4689 | fieldhousemuseum.org | info@fieldhousemuseum.org

    The Field House Museum was originally built in a row of 12 houses known as Walsh’s Row, and it was inhabited by Roswell Field, a lawyer for Dred Scott, in 1850. This was also the boyhood home of children’s poet Eugene Field.

    1508 Locust Street St. Louis MO 63103
Campbell House Museum
1508 Locust Street
St. Louis, MO 63103

314-421‑0325

St. Louis Holiday House Tour

Campbell House Museum
1508 Locust Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
November 30, 2022

Join the Campbell House Museum, Chatillon-DeMenil House, and Field House Museum for a delightful holiday tour that takes you back to yesteryear. Along with light holiday refreshments at each of the locations, guests will be able to explore these historic sites in a one-night-only peek into the past.

Inclement weather date is set for December 7, 2022.

Tickets: $30; $20 for members of the historic houses

 

For additional information, call the Campbell House Museum at 314-421-0325 or the Field House Museum at 314-421-4689.

About the Organizations:

Campbell House Museum: 1508 Locust Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103 | 314-421-0325 | campbellhousemuseum.org info@campbellhousemuseum.org

The Campbell House Museum is the first and only surviving house from the wealthy neighborhood of Lucas Place, the first private street in St. Louis. From 1854-1938, the house was owned by the family of Robert Campbell, who were among the wealthiest people in St. Louis at the time.

Chatillon-DeMenil House: 3352 DeMenil Place, St. Louis, MO 63118 | 314-771-5828 | demenil.org | info@demenil.org

The Chatillon DeMenil Mansion was built as a farmhouse for Henri Chatillon, a guide on the Oregon Trail. In 1856, the house was sold to Nicholas N. DeMenil, a pharmacist, who had the house expanded into the Greek Revival style by architect Henry Pitcher in 1863.

Field House Museum: 634 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102 | 314-421-4689 | fieldhousemuseum.org | info@fieldhousemuseum.org

The Field House Museum was originally built in a row of 12 houses known as Walsh’s Row, and it was inhabited by Roswell Field, a lawyer for Dred Scott, in 1850. This was also the boyhood home of children’s poet Eugene Field.

  • View Map
  • 2022-11-30 00:00:00 2022-11-30 00:00:00 America/Chicago St. Louis Holiday House Tour

    Join the Campbell House Museum, Chatillon-DeMenil House, and Field House Museum for a delightful holiday tour that takes you back to yesteryear. Along with light holiday refreshments at each of the locations, guests will be able to explore these historic sites in a one-night-only peek into the past.

    Inclement weather date is set for December 7, 2022.

    Tickets: $30; $20 for members of the historic houses

     

    For additional information, call the Campbell House Museum at 314-421-0325 or the Field House Museum at 314-421-4689.

    About the Organizations:

    Campbell House Museum: 1508 Locust Street, Saint Louis, MO 63103 | 314-421-0325 | campbellhousemuseum.org info@campbellhousemuseum.org

    The Campbell House Museum is the first and only surviving house from the wealthy neighborhood of Lucas Place, the first private street in St. Louis. From 1854-1938, the house was owned by the family of Robert Campbell, who were among the wealthiest people in St. Louis at the time.

    Chatillon-DeMenil House: 3352 DeMenil Place, St. Louis, MO 63118 | 314-771-5828 | demenil.org | info@demenil.org

    The Chatillon DeMenil Mansion was built as a farmhouse for Henri Chatillon, a guide on the Oregon Trail. In 1856, the house was sold to Nicholas N. DeMenil, a pharmacist, who had the house expanded into the Greek Revival style by architect Henry Pitcher in 1863.

    Field House Museum: 634 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102 | 314-421-4689 | fieldhousemuseum.org | info@fieldhousemuseum.org

    The Field House Museum was originally built in a row of 12 houses known as Walsh’s Row, and it was inhabited by Roswell Field, a lawyer for Dred Scott, in 1850. This was also the boyhood home of children’s poet Eugene Field.

    1508 Locust Street St. Louis MO 63103
Campbell House Museum
1508 Locust Street
St. Louis, MO 63103

314-421‑0325