Historic Hawken House

  • Attractions | Museums/Galleries
  • South/Southwest
  • Webster Groves

Historic home museum built in 1857 by Christopher Hawken, descendant of Hawken riflesmiths. Victorian furnishings. Gift shop on premises. Exit Elm Ave. from I-44, turn north on Elm Ave. to Big Bend; turn west onto Big Bend. Turn left onto S. Rock Hill Rd. Open Tue. and Thurs., 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; Sun., 1 p.m.-4 p.m. Admission: adults, $4; children under 12, $1

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Hawken Family reunion - great
Reviewed By ahawkharr June 2016

vert good, informative, good pictures,bought good book Well maintained experienced docent watched video of move

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historic home in Webster Groves with a beautiful herb garden
Reviewed By thefagan7 June 2015

Historic civil war home that is open only on certain days. Behind it is a lovely herb garden that is planted up and cared for by the Webster Groves Herb Society.

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Historic Home, Well Presented
Reviewed By TravelGuySTL April 2015

Listed in the National Historic Register, the Hawken House is a structure both handsome and historic in suburban Webster Groves. Originally built several blocks west around 1857, it was moved in...

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