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St. Charles Attractions

The First State Capitol of Missouri

200-216 S. Main Street
St. Charles, MO

Most people didn’t know that St. Charles was actually the first capital of Missouri, and the buildings still stand today.  Now you can take tours and visit the Interpretive Center daily to learn more about Missouri’s statehood, as well as the renovation done on the Capitol buildings.  It may have taken ten years to make it look like it does now, but it was well worth the wait.

The Foundry Art Centre

520 N. Main Street
St. Charles, MO

If art is your thing, then you had best stop by The Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles.  Just a short walk away from the Historic Downtown St. Charles, this new 36,800 square food arts center overlooks the scenic Missouri River.  It offers several galleries and 5000 square feet of exhibition space.  Plus there are 21 studios for the artists that work there, and visitors get to view what they are working on and even talk to them!  There’s also a main stage in the Grand Hall for performances, concerts and is now the home of the new St. Charles Symphony Orchestra.

Frenchtown Heritage Museum

1121 N. Second Street
St. Charles, MO

The Frenchtown Heritage Museum focuses solely on the residential district that contains approximately 50 notable structures.  It’s actually housed inside an a restored fire station in the center of historic Frenchtown and is a visit on the tourist trail.  It also serves as a research facility for anyone who wants more information on people, business and buildings in the Frenchtown Historic Preservation District.  It may still be a work in progress, but it’s definitely a must-see for history buffs.

Haviland Museum

625 S. Main Street
St. Charles, MO

The Haviland Museum is located on the first floor of the historic Newbill-McElhiney House on South Main Street.  On display, you’ll find thousands of pieces of china in several different styles.  Several unusual pieces can be found here, as well as a mural of 19th century Limoges by Evangeline Groth.  It is by appointment only, but if you enjoyed tea parties or collecting, this will definitely be a big hit.

The Katy Trail State Park

St. Charles, MO

Do you like to hike? Or maybe biking is more fun?  Well, check out the Katy Trail found in St. Charles!  With 225 miles of trail, you are sure to find enough of a challenge for anyone.  Most of the trail follows the Missouri River, so you are bound to see lots of beautiful scenery and wooded areas.  The farther out you go, the more bluffs you’ll see over the river.  So if you’re the adventure type, then check out one of the several parking areas along the Katy Trail State Park.

Lewis and Clark Boat House and Nature Center

2 Bishop’s Landing
1050 Riverside Drive
St. Charles, MO

If you like learning about the history of Missouri and Lewis and Clark’s discoveries, then the Lewis and Clark Boat House and Nature Center is the place for you.  Located a short walk away from the historic district and right on the banks of the Missouri, the site alone is enough to sell it. Here you will find full-size replicas of the boats they used as well as their workspaces.  The boats are often on tour, but when they are found in the museum visitors are encouraged to get up close and ask questions.  Upstairs visitors will find the contents of the old Lewis and Clark Museum and dioramas illustrating the story of the expedition.  There’s also a classroom for teaching purposes and field trips.  It also serves as the trailhead for the Katy Trail (which follows the route Lewis and Clark took).  For just a small fee, this is a great learning experience for the young and old alike.

Missouri Wing Commemorative Air Force

Smartt Airport
Grafton Ferry Road
St. Charles, MO

Like planes? Or learning about wars? Visit the Missouri Wing Commemorative Air Force where you’ll find a museum dedicated to aircraft used during WWII.  The 180 volunteer group displays three operational aircraft: a North American B-25 Mitchell Bomber, a Grumman TBM Avenger torpedo bomber, and an Aeronca L-3.  For a small admission, guests can learn all about the history of WWII.

St. Charles County Historical Society

101 S. Main Street
St. Charles, MO

With a great location along Main Street, the St. Charles County Historical Society is a must visit for history buffs.  There are several historic exhibits, a library, and it is home to the volunteers who research and maintain the history of our country.  If you’re into genealogy and discovering information about your ancestors, then visit the Historical Society because they index primary and secondary source materials for your benefit.  So go check out the site today and find out more about yourself and our country!

Family Arena

2002 Arena Parkway
St. Charles, MO 63303

In Saint Charles, the Family Arena is the place to catch all the big entertainment.  They have a variety of concerts, sporting events, family shows, conventions and trade shows.  And you don’t even need to bring food because you’ll find several concession stands and portable carts offering tasty selections of food and beverages.  So stop by the ticket booth or visit their website to find your next event!

Ameristar Casino

One Ameristar Blvd.
St. Charles, MO 63301

The Ameristar Casino is not just a casino.  They have six different dining options, live shows, an arcade, a nightclub and a spa.  Now that’s a casino!  As a leading Las Vegas-based gaming and entertainment company, they know how to provide the highest quality entertainment and guest service.  So when you want to try your luck in St. Charles, there’s no better place than Ameristar Casino.

Bogey Hills Country Club

1120 Country Club Road
St. Charles, MO

Is a nice morning on the green sound like your perfect day?  Well, the Bogey Hills Country Club in St. Charles is bound to make the dream a reality.  With a beautiful yet challenging layout and a friendly club atmosphere, your day couldn’t get better.  The course is strategically laid out across the 120 acres of gently rolling, tree-lined terrain.  Hurry in to book your early tee time!

Demolition Ball

1875 South Old Highway 94
St. Charles, MO
Mon-Thurs: 12pm-9pm
Fri-Sat: 12pm-11pm
Sun: 2pm-7pm

Looking for a place to keep you occupied all day?  Look no further than Demolition Ball in St. Charles.  On one side experience the adrenaline pumping, multi-level laser tag arena, on the other enjoy bumping into your friends on bumper cars while trying to shoot a whiffle ball through a hoop.  What’s in between you ask?  Only tons of video games, pool tables, foosball tables and tons of space for all your friends!  When you’re ready to experience the time of your life, visit Demolition Ball off South Old Highway 94 in St. Charles.



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