The Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center

  • Museums | Museums/Galleries | Recreation Facilities
  • West/Westport
  • St. Charles

Discover the role this area played in defense of our nation. Explore interpretive exhibits depicting WWII and Cold War-era history that lead to an environmental cleanup. Climb to the top of a 41-acre disposal cell to experience panoramic views of the 150-acre Howell Prairie. Walk, hike and bike the Hamburg trail, an eight-mile link between the KATY Trail and Busch Greenway. An eight-acre native plant garden is excellent for watching birds, butterflies and all types of wildlife. FREE

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good place to visit especially for school children
Reviewed By Ирина З April 2018

I and my husband visited this place an April 2018. We are from Ukraine (a former Soviet Union country) and in our country we have a Chernobyl (a Nuclear Power Plant where a catastrophic nuclear...

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Do not go here if you are looking for truth
Reviewed By Sabrina H March 2018

I took a trip with my mom to this interpretive center as part of a reserch project Im conductibg for a college course. As someone who now knows the ins and outs of Weldon Spring concerning their...

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This is in my own back yard and I didn't know all that was going on.
Reviewed By HeavenOnEarthBnB September 2017

The "Interpretive Center" has only been open for a decade or so, but the degree of contamination and clean-up has been known since I moved to the area in 1970. Thank goodness that the EPA was formed...

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