Historic Sappington House & Barn Restaurant
The Thomas Sappington House Museum, the Library of Americana and Decorative Arts, The Barn Restaurant, and the Loft Gift Shop The Thomas Sappington House Museum in Crestwood tucked away in a 2.5-acre park, featuring lush lawns and a small lake and fountain. A stunning and rare example of Federal architecture in Missouri, the historic structure, and flower and herb gardens appear as they did over 200 years ago. Built with slave labor, it is judged to be the oldest brick home in St. Louis County. Meticulously restored and elegantly refurbished, the site allows visitors to look back in time to see how the Sappington family lived in the early 1800s. Located near the Interstates 44 and 270 intersection, we are less than 20 minutes from the Gateway Arch. For added interest, Sappington House is adjacent to Grant’s Trail and Father Dickson Cemetery, a burial ground founded in 1903 for African-Americans.
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We visited the historic house on a day of a 1800's Wedding Re-enactment. On the grounds we watched the wedding and enjoyed the free wedding cake they offered. In the House they were not offering...Full Review
My husband and I took friends for lunch and were pleased to see that breakfast was still available even at noon. My friend and I split the eggs benedict special with hash browns. Everything was...Full Review
The Sappington House is on a busy street but was once the center of a thriving 1800s farm. The house appears as it did nearly 200 year ago. Our guide was knowledgeable and enthusiastic. This is not...Full Review