Campbell House Museum

  • Museums | Museums/Galleries
  • Downtown
  • Downtown

One of the most accurately restored 19th Century buildings in America, reflecting the high-Victorian opulence of the 1880s. Home of renowned fur trader and entrepreneur Robert Campbell and his family, the museum contains hundreds of original Campbell family possessions including furniture, painting, clothing, letters and carriages.

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The Old Money Days
Reviewed By loveseatingsteaks September 2016

More than a great tour! Lots of wonderful things to look at the furniture has been returned to the house by way of people gifting their acquisitions back to the museum/house.

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A walk through time
Reviewed By Kimjan2011 September 2016

The house is small compared to other kinds of museums. It is almost exactly as it was in 1850s. The guide we got was so informative and helpful. Great place to walk back to the past.

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A must-see for Downton fans and history buffs!
Reviewed By CnBabroad August 2016

For just $8, I had an incredible private tour from Lindsey, who has degrees in both history and museum studies. What a fun way to learn the history of St. Louis, through one family's story! Her...

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