First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site

  • Museums
  • West/Westport
  • St. Charles


State capitol from 1821 to 1826. Fully restored legislative chambers and interpretive center. Tours: adults, $4; children 6-12, $2.50; children under 6, free.

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Very interesting historical site.
Reviewed By Judith C April 2017

This was recommended to us by the guy at the Lewis & Clark Boathouse Museum. I'm so glad he told us about it. Very interesting!

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Historic St. Charles is Charming
Reviewed By BeachcomberMissouri April 2017

A visit to old St. Charles Main Street area has something for everyone. Charming street with lots of quaint stores, restaurants, wineries, huge park, green spaces, Katy Trail, River, etc. We paid...

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Tour of the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site
Reviewed By DKeevenFranke December 2016

Toured and learned about Missouri's First Governors, saw the rooms that they used for State business, and learned more about St. Charles being the First Capitol of Missouri.

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