St. Charles Historic District, Saint Charles
Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
You'll be taken back to 19th and 20th centuries at St. Charles Historic District, set along the Missouri River. Hosting tourists since 1769, the town has grown into a 16-block National Historic Place featuring brick-paved streets, historic brick homes, antique and specialty stores, and lodging and dining venues that see nearly a million visitors per year. The town's legacy includes visits by Lewis and Clark and a stint as Missouri's first state capital. You'll find 125 shops to browse through showcasing clothes, gifts, home décor, arts and crafts, and specialty foods. Begin your town tour by visiting the tourist center. See St. Charles Historic District and all Saint Charles has to offer by arranging your trip with our Saint Charles trip builder.
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This place should be on the top 10 list for sure. It's right next to the river with tons of shopping and places to eat. There is a great shop that I can not remember that was red and situated behind o... read more »
We enjoyed walking on the brick roads and side walks through this cute and historic town along the MO river. It's a great place to stop on your way through the country. We ate at Lewis and Clark Resta... read more »
Browsers can't go wrong by visiting the St. Charles Historic District. The shops, restaurants, and historic buildings provide a beautiful experience.
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