Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion





The Chatillon-DeMenil House Foundation



The Café DeMenil

Cherokee Antique Row

Historic Benton Park Neighborhood


Located in Benton Park, the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion is one of St. Louis' most interesting historic homes.

Originally built in 1848 by Henri Chatillon and enlarged to its present size in 1861 by Nicolas DeMenil, the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion features guided tours, a gift shop, a café, and the largest permanent collection of memorabilia from the 1904 World's Fair.


December 2010
Cherokee Street Cookie Spree
(Dec 4 & 5)
Annual Meeting and Member’s Party
(Dec 16)

January 2011
The House is closed.
Tours by appointment only.

February 2011
Trivia Night
(Feb 11)

May 2011
Used Book Sale
(May 14 & 15)
The Victorian Society Celebrates Queen Vicoria's Birthday
(May 22)

June 2011
Mrs. DeMenil at Home: 19th Century Lady’s Crafts
(Jun 12)

July 2011
Bastille Day Celebration
(Jul 17)

October 2011
Chilling Tales at DeMenil
A Death in the Family: Death and Mourning in the 19th Century

December 2011
Cherokee Street Cookie Spree
(Dec 3 & 4)
Annual Meeting and Member’s Party

Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion
3352 DeMenil Place
St. Louis, MO 63118
Phone: (314) 771-5828
Fax: (314) 577-3475