The Campbell House Museum opened on February 6, 1943, and is in the Greater St. Louis area, in the U.S. state of Missouri. The museum was documented as part of the Historic American Buildings Survey between 1936 and 1941, designated a City of St. Louis Landmark in 1946, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, and became a National Trust for Historic Preservation Save America's Treasures project in 2000. The museum is owned and operated by the Campbell House Foundation, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.Before you head to Saint Louis, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Saint Louis online trip builder, to make sure you see all that Saint Louis has to offer, including Campbell House Museum.
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The Campbell House is utterly unique. If you are a fan of house museums, you may realize it iis important for the house to have a piece of two from the family that lived there. The rest of it is... more »
Its a must see mansion that is fully intact. The guide was wonderful and the furnishings and house was beyond belief A don't miss sight! more »
We visit the Campbell House every couple of years. There is so much detail to see that it's interesting time after time. It really is a hidden treasure. Very few places of this era you can visit... more »
This was one of the most wonderful museums I've ever visited. What made it stand out is that the original Furnishings, as they were in the 1850s, had been restored. Even after the neighborhood declined, the Campbell house stayed in place because of the afflictions of one of the sons. There were photographs of the Interior so the restores knew exactly what to do and how the furniture was arranged. It was fascinating.
An amazing mansion in downtown Saint Louis completely restored to period. So opulent with many original furnishings dont miss the carriage house ! This place is gorgeous! US Grant came to dinner there when he was president. Also I think very haunted...
Beautiful and historic house and museum in St Louis. Very well preserved and restored. Well worth the visit!
Enjoyed the tour very much. Docent did a great job. Impressed with all the original items and attention to detail. Restoration is very well done.
Amazing snapshot in time. Great tour of early living.
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