Beall Mansion An Elegant Bed & Breakfast Inn
A St. Louis area must do. Tour the 1903 mansion built as a wedding gift. Revel in the beauty, architecture, furnishings, and history of this St. Louis area icon. Learn about: (a) the connection between Z. B. Job, one time Sheriff of Madison County, and Jessie James, (b) the connection between Edmond Beall and George Washington, Mary Todd Lincoln, and Julia Dent Grant wife of Ulysses S. Grant, (c) how Senator Beall was instrumental in saving “The Great Mound” (Cahokia Mounds), (d) why Mayor Beall came to be known as the “stork mayor”, (e) why the Honorable Mr. Beall is remembered as, “the man who pulled Alton out of the mud.” Conveniently located 25 minutes from the Arch, on Millionaire's Row, in the Middletown Historic District of Alton, IL. Museum tours by appointment - call now to schedule yours.
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We stayed at the Beall Mansion for our 42nd anniversary and enjoyed every minute. We felt welcomed from the moment we arrived until our stay sadly was over. The owner, Jim, gave us a tour and some...Full Review
We were fortunate enough to get the Senator Room for one night. Would have LOVED to stay two nights but it’s clear why this place is always booked. Great hospitality, beautiful atmosphere...Full Review