St Louis City has a rich history. If you are visiting the city for the first time, you might recognize some historic structures along the streets as you move around. However, there are more places of great historical significance to the city and the people of St Louis. Here are some popular places which carry significant historical information about St Louis. See more here.

Grant’s Farm

The farm was bought from Ulysses S. Grant over 100 years ago by the Busch family. Since then, the farm has been developed into an amazing animal conservation center. The farm offers entertaining and educational shows to visitors and the admission is free. See here for information about The Most Adventurous Activities in St Louis.

Campbell House Museum

The three-story townhouse was built in 1851 and was home to Robert Campbell, one of the wealthiest men in the city during his life. The house was turned into a museum with family possessions and artifacts. The old opulence in the house is created by replica textiles, original lighting fixtures, and decorative arts.

Cahokia Mounds

This historic area is what remains of the largest pre-Columbian Native American Village north of Mexico. The many pre-modern structures at this site show the extent of organization that existed in the ancient days.