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The Da Vinci Machines Exhibition is on loan from the Museum of Leonardo Da Vinci in Florence, Italy. It contains over 60 hand-crafted inventions built from Leonardo's 500 year old designs and is the life work of three generations of Florentine artisan. They have painstakingly brought to life the creations and concepts devised by the brilliant scientist, inventor and artist Leonardo Da Vinci.Read More
Childhood home of children's poet Eugene Field and his father, Roswell Field, lawyer for Dred Scott. Special exhibits and toys on display. Open Mar.-Dec.Read More
Featuring cutting-edge special exhibitions, exceptional educational resources and an outstanding collection of 19th, 20th, and 21st century European and American art. Visitor parking available. Easy MetroLink access. FREERead More
More than 80 works of contemporary sculpture within a 105-acre natural landscape. The park hosts several exhibitions and a multitude of cultural events each year. Open daily from 8 a.m. to sunset (except for Christmas Day and Thursday before the Annual Art Fair, 5/9/13). FREERead More
Nationally acclaimed children's museum offers hundreds of hands-on educational exhibits for kids from one to 101. Explore the Children's Village, Star-Spangled Center and Jack and the Beanstalk Climber. Admission $9.50. Free parking.Read More
Permanent and rotating exhibits featuring dolls and dollhouses, room boxes and vignettes, furniture and accessories in all scales. Gift shop and library devoted to miniatures. Adults, $5; seniors 62-plus and youth 13-18, $4; children 2-12, $2; members free.Read More
Explore the world of the American Indians and the 19th-century pioneers who helped shape the history of the American West at this museum located beneath the Arch. Contains an extensive collection of artifacts related to the westward expansion of the U.S. An authentic American Indian tipi, an overview of the Lewis & Clark expedition and Indian Peace Medals are just some of the highlights.Read More
Scene of the Dred Scott trials. Galleries depict the history of St. Louis from its French and Spanish roots to its role in westward expansion. Trial reenactments, ranger tours. Open daily, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. FREERead More
Built as the Fine Arts Palace of the 1904 World's Fair and one of the nation's leading comprehensive art museums. Collections include works of art of exceptional quality from virtually every culture and time period. Highlights include free admission to special exhibitions on Fri. and programs that range from films to performances. FREERead More
Celebrating 166 years of Midwestern art, history and culture. Collections and special exhibitions feature river, railroad and St. Louis history, American art and rare books. FREERead More
Two museum galleries containing military-related items of both local and national historic significance including photographs, posters and printed materials; uniforms, flags, medals, firearms, edged weapons and a range of war-time memorabilia from the battlefront and home front. Call to schedule a group tour.Read More
Depicts the role this area played in defense of our nation and the construction of the 45-acre disposal cell. The Hamburg Trail, an eight-mile link to the Katy Trail, runs adjacent to the interpretive center. Climb to the top of the disposal cell. The 150-acre Howell Prairie and the eight-acre native plant garden provide many nature study opportunities. FREERead More
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