These attractions are near the Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum. Come make a day of it and visit some or all of them. You can get there by car, bicycle or walking!
ST. LOUIS COUNTY PARKS AT JEFFERSON BARRACKS 533 Grant Rd Saint Louis, MO 63125 (314) 815-8800 | www.stlouisco.com/parks/jb Open Wednesday through Sunday, Noon to 4:00 PM
POWDER MAGAZINE MUSEUM The Powder Magazine Museum displays St. Louis County Parks’ core collection of artifacts that tell the story of the history of Jefferson Barracks from its inception in 1826 until its closure in 1946.
OLD ORDNANCE ROOM MUSEUM The second-part of their World War I centennial exhibition, “Over There,” brings the important battles of the Great War in 1918 to life. Focusing on the American soldiers, their deployment, their life in the trenches, their defeats and victories and their part in ending the war, the exhibit highlights the important role Americans, Missourians and St. Louisans played in transforming the 20th century. The exhibit also examines the lasting impacts of the Armistice and the road to World War II.
THE PAVILION AT LEMAY 305 Gregg Road St. Louis, MO 63125 (314) 615-8877 | www.stlouisco.com/parks/lemay See website for days and hours This 42,000 square foot recreation center is located inside Jefferson Barracks Parks. It features an indoor track, fitness area, multipurpose gymnasium, meetings rooms and a child care area.
Aquatic Center The aquatic center features a deep water pool with slide, diving board, diving platform and climbing wall, lap lanes, a wet deck area, lazy river and a tot area with play structure. There is also a party room, locker rooms and a concession stand.
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MISSOURI CIVIL WAR MUSEUM 222 Worth Road St. Louis, MO 63125 (314) 845-1861 | www.mcwm.org Open 7 days a week, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Missouri Civil War Museum is the state’s premier Civil War museum dedicated to honor the thousands of men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. Through the weapons, equipment, items, and uniforms of those who lived during our nation’s defining moment in history, they tell their story in an unbiased interpretation.
Enjoy nostalgia from the early years of the telephone. It’s a fun family adventure, an educational field trip for students and an enjoyable group outing.
Wednesday through Sunday 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
12 Hancock Ave St Louis MO 63125
telephone Mailing address
(314) 416-8004 P. O. Box 252189 St. Louis MO 63125