Guided Tours at the Mansion
Learn about the history of the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion, the families that lived there and life in St. Louis in the nineteenth century.
Many antiques and artifacts are original to the home, this Greek Revival mansion has been restored to interpret the decorative arts and architecture of the Victorian era.
Open for tours March- December, $8.00 Per Adult and $5.00 for children under 12. Open March- December. Mansion is closed January and February. Two rooms are devoted to the 1904 World’s Fair, featuring the largest collection of Louisiana Purchase Exposition memorabilia on public display.
GROUP RATES ARE AVAILABLE, $5.00 Per Person for a group of 15 or more.
FOR SPECIAL TOUR DATES OR TO RESERVE A LARGE GROUP PLEASE CALL THE MANSION AT (314) 771-5828.
ALL TOURS INCLUDE ADMISSION TO OUR 1904 WORLD’S FAIR MEMORABILIA EXHIBIT.
The Chatillon-DeMenil House is a place to hear stories of the Western fur trade, Creole connections to the Sioux and Osage, the growth of a great city, and everyday life in the Victorian era. Get acquainted with the rich history of the Mansion, the legacy of the French founding families, and the Cherokee-Lemp Historic District. Learn about life in St. Louis in the nineteenth century.
Photo's Courtesy of Mark Scott Abeln http://www.romeofthewest.com/2009/10/photos-of-chatillon-demenil-mansion.html