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    First Missouri State Capitol First Missouri State Capitol St. Charles, Missouri
    The First Missouri State Capitol State historic site in St. Charles, Missouri was the state's first capitol building, where the first floor housed a store and residence, and the second was used for the state's government, that can be toured today. It would be during the period from June 2, 1821 to Oct. 1, 1826, that the territory's government would meet and debate many questions about the new state that included state's rights and the question of slavery, here in the temporary rooms. The second floor of the twin Federal style brick buildings that were joined together, had been divided and used for the Senate and the House chambers, along with an office for the governor and a small committee room. The ground floor of the Peck Brothers structure would be used for a general store and Ruluff Peck's residence; with Chauncey Shepard using the bottom floor of the adjacent building to house his carpenter shop. Visitors can take a guided tour through the restored and furnished rooms where the state government was born and bred, with the Peck's general store and residence furnished with antiquities that were popular during the early 1800s. The site's historic center is free to visit, offering two floors of outstanding displays and a marvelous orientation show. There are numerous restaurants, shops and historic attractions that are housed in their original 18th and 19th century buildings that are very exciting and interesting to the city's visitors.

    Butterfly House & Education Center
    Butterfly House & Education Center St. Charles, MissouriThe Butterfly House and Education Center is a division of the Missouri Botanical Garden and located in St. Charles, Missouri, created to encourage a better understanding of plant and animal relationships in their environment so that all people will learn more about conservation and restoration of natural habitats. It started in 1995, as a nonprofit, to help increase the awareness of the magnificent habitat that butterflies live in and thrive. The center broke ground in 1997, to begin the building of the butterfly house, using an 8000 square foot conservatory garden sheathed with 646 sheets of glass, with each and every one measuring 4 feet by 6 feet and weighing about 200 pounds. The center vault is 36 feet high at the apex, with five such vaults being created to minimize visual and flight obstacles, using great care and forethought in both the design and engineering of the entire structure so that the butterflies would have the best of all situations. There is another 8000 square foot space adjacent for classrooms, gift shop, theater and visitor amenities. It opened its doors in September, 1998, and has offered an educational center for the diverse community. The Butterfly Garden was dedicated in 2000, and today, offers, lectures, educational programs, special events and the opportunity to see butterflies in a native and tropical environment. In 2001, it would become a division of the botanical gardens of the state, and the next year, 2002, the next expansion began and when complete would be called the Emerson Lake Terrace, used for the majority of special events, both private and public. Situated in the historic Faust Family greenhouse, the structure was restored in 2007 and was able to supply many of the needs of the butterflies, especially the nectar. That same year, the house and center were recognized by the El Bosque Nuevo that had been the recipient of funding in the way of purchases by the center for pupae from the butterfly farming operation in Costa Rica, as well as buying 16 acres of land there to become a protected reserve. The center hosts many butterfly classes, plant directories, butterfly gardening and a butterfly directory along with many educational classes that will help you to create your own environment for butterflies.

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    Heald HomeHeald House O'Fallon, Missouri
    The Heald House in O'Fallon, Missouri was constructed in the late 1800s by Darius Heald, one of the most prominent men in the city's history, in the Fort Zumwalt Park area that came to be located there much later in time. Heald was born in 1822, and by the time he commissioned the new house to be constructed, he was in his 60s, with the house sitting atop a small hill that overlooked the old log cabin that his big family had lived in and where he had born. The house was finished in 1886, and is a German-Italianate-Victorian style house, with hipped roof and coal-burning furnaces, that would be replaced by gas sometime later. The two story brick house is a showcase of Heald's German heritage and craftsmanship and named the Stony Point Plantation. The city bought the old plantation in 1978 for $1 from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and in 2001, rejuvenated the house keeping many of its former features including that original interior woodworks and reopening the fireplaces in the house. It has become one of the city's best historic attractions, and open for tours.

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    9-11 Memorial St. Charles, Missouri
    The Spirit of Freedom 9-11 Memorial in St. Charles, Missouri was dedicated on September 11, 2003, with 13 tons of twisted steel from the 9-11 attack and destruction of the World Trade Center in New York, used as a compelling and mesmerizing monument. It is located in the median at Winghaven Boulevard and Highway 40-61 and created to memorialize the Americans who were killed in the devastating attack. The public art project, that included the massive 13 ton metal and steel piece was dedicated at the monument's site on the second anniversary of that horrible attack, to become a poignant reminder of the many lives that were lost there on that fateful day and the rallying of every community in America after that despicable attack, the worst on American soil in our nation's history. The memorial contains the twisted metal, other remains of the attack, three flag poles and an engraved granite block. The inscription reads; "The Spirit of Freedom, to those who have fallen, to those who were called, to those who were heroes, who sacrificed all. Look not up to buildings, shattered glass and steel walls, It is the Spirit of Freedom that make US stand tall."

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    Ethyl's Smokehouse & Saloon
    Entrees; smoked half chicken with choice of 2 sides; chicken tenders with choice of sauce & 2 sides; smoked meat platter with smoked brisket, pork & 3 St. Louis style ribs served in house sweet & smoky BBQ sauce & choice of 2 sides; smoked ribs is full rack of St. Louis style ribs smoked for hours & slightly basted in house sweet & smokey BBQ sauce, with 2 sides; grilled KC strip & shrimp or ribs is 7oz. choice of shrimp or ribs, 2 sides; smoked pork platter is tender smoked shoulder with 2 sides & sweet & smokey BBQ sauce on side; smoked half chicken & ribs with 2 sides; smoked brisket platter with BBQ sauce on the side & 2 sides; 8oz. grilled chicken breast topped with white wine cream sauce with choice of 2 sides; fried catfish, hand-dipped in house special seasoned batter, with tartar sauce & 2 sides; pork steak is center cut, smoked & basted with sweet & smokey BBQ sauce, 2 sides; fried cod is hand battered Icelandic cod with tarter sauce & 2 sides; smoked catfish & choice of 2 sides; prime rib of beef with 2 sides; ribeye steak 12oz. center cut & grilled with 2 sides; KC strip 14oz. grilled, topped with steak butter, 2 sides; sirloin strip 7oz.

    Bristol Seafood Grill
    Entrees; steaks offer choice of whipped Yukon gold potatoes, lemon asparagus risotto, sweet potato corn hash, butternut squash spinach risotto, sage-potato gratin, fresh asparagus; center cut filet mignon 6oz. or 8oz.; 18oz. USDA certified prime angus beef bone-in ribeye; 6oz. center cut filet & Canadian half pound lobster tail; seared halibut with sweet potato corn hash, applewood smoked bacon, corn butter sauce; mesquite grilled swordfish with butternut squash spinach risotto, cabernet butter reduction sauce; char crusted ahi tuna with roasted Yukon gold potatoes, asparagus, foyot sauce; pan seared king salmon with sage-potato gratin, leek fondue, mustard vinaigrette; lobster cobb salad with watercress, arugula, baby spinach, tomato, applewood smoked bacon, corn nuts, white cheddar, avocado, corn, red onion, sweet potato shoestrings, tarragon ranch dressing; almond crusted tilapia with amaretto beurre blanc, fresh asparagus, seasonal berries; chipotle grilled shrimp enchiladas with sweet corn-jalapeno crepes, corn-black bean relish, jicama-lime salad, pico de gallo; blackened chicken penne pasta with roasted red pepper cream, shiitake mushrooms, leeks, sun-dried tomato pesto; jumbo lump crab cakes with Creole remoulade, mango tartar sauce, whipped Yukon gold potatoes, fresh asparagus; San Francisco style cioppino with shrimp, scallops, mussels, fresh fish, red wine tomato sauce; pan roasted chicken breast with chive gnocchi, wild mushrooms, fennel, marsala & sage demi-glace, balsamic glaze; lobster mac n' cheese with white truffle bread crumbs, fresh asparagus; panko fried shrimp cocktail sauce; FF, cole slaw; grilled chicken Caesar salad with parmigiano reggiano, croutons, asiago crisp; seared Georges Bank scallops with lemon-asparagus risotto, shaved fennel salad, basil olive oil, balsamic glaze.


Smoked Pork Platter Ethyl's Smokehouse & Saloon O'Fallon, Missouri



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    Pheasant Run Pheasant Run Golf Course O'Fallon, Missouri
    The Pheasant Run Golf Course in O'Fallon, Missouri is one of the region's premier executive golf courses, with 15 full size par threes and 3 very interesting and challenging par four holes with night lighting that allows golfers to come and play at night. The course opened in 1999 and besides the lit golf course, they offer a delicious evening at the Roost Bar and Grill located at the course, with excellent food and great spirits. The rates are reasonable with a cart or without one, and has senior rates as well. The course has a wonderful league for the golfers in the community to enjoy, as well as many tournaments and other special events that make this a favorite course in the community for the entire family. The marvelous golf course has lessons available for any level of skills, with a golf shop, pitch and putt range and even a miniature golf course for the little ones that are just starting out and want to go with their folks when they visit here for a game. There are golfing camps offered in the early fall, and a junior clinic to help them get started with outstanding help and expertise instruction from Jeff Mullican and Kevin Boxdorfer.

    Missouri History Museum
    Missouri History Museum St. Louis, MissouriThe Missouri History Museum in St. Louis, Missouri sits in Forest Park and managed by the Missouri Historical Society and began in 1866, with the main galleries being offered free admittance by the Metropolitan Zoological Park and Museum District. The museum sits in the magnificent Jefferson Memorial building that was constructed in 1913 with profits from the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, joining the museum district in 1988 and started getting sales tax revenue. The Emerson Center, an important and interesting addition to the museum, was completed in 2000, so that more people could attend and visit as well as having more exhibit space for all the wonderful displays and artifacts. The Emerson has ground to roof southern glass facades, to amplify the lighting and ambiance of the center, and included classrooms, restaurant, auditorium, greater exhibit space and a marvelous gift shop. The center was chosen by the American Institute of Architect's committee on the environment, as an outstanding example of an architectural design that both protects and enhances the environment it sits within, and is a splendid example of a green museum. Their permanent collections include national, regional and local artifacts, as well as city materials, like the native and colonial relics, the Louisiana Purchase Exposition relics and the numerous pieces that pertain to Charles Lindbergh and his famous trans-Atlantic flight that he made in the "Spirit of St. Louis". There is a spectacular replica of that plane in the museum and also many relics from the Lewis and Clark expedition, since St. Louis had been the jumping off point.

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    Historical Society's Log CabinHistorical Society's Log Cabin O'Fallon, Missouri
    The Historical Society's Log Cabin is located in the southeast corner of Veterans Memorial Park in O'Fallon, Missouri, having been moved here in 1976, filled with outstanding memorabilia, photos, artifacts, rustic furniture and other items from the Wabash Railroad depot. The historical society was started in 1974, and has been meeting four times a year at the marvelous old log cabin, after it had been relocated here. The log cabin dates back to the mid 1800s, and although no accurate date has ever been discovered about it, there are numerous records that show that the cabin changed hands many times during the period from 1860 to 1890. It seemed to have been the home of the Bernard Menne family, and in 1972, National Supermarkets, Inc. bought it after having been the home of the Patton family. When they began demolishing the white clapboard siding, the company discovered that a log cabin was underneath the siding, and they offered it to the historical society, with the stipulation that they tear it down and move it. The city granted the society permission to move the house to Civic Park. Bill Westhof, who had been the society's first president and his wife, Kathyrn, had some experience dismantling log homes, after they had done a few log cabin motels that were located near High Hill, Missouri and constructed themselves a weekend cabin in Warrenton. Using his expertise, Bill organized the dismantling and reconstruction of the cabin, which the society did to commemorate the nation's bicentennial. Although the cabin had been two stories, the society only had enough funds to rebuild the first floor and its two rooms, using the stones from the original fireplace to the build the fireplace once the cabin had been moved, as well as the mantle, that had been one of the last logs from Jacob Zumwalt's fort. Then in the early 1980s, a back porch was added as a museum for donated pieces or loaned pieces for the purpose of exhibiting them.

    Omer J. Dames War Memorial
    Dames Memorial O'Fallon, MissouriThe Omer J. Dames War Memorial in O'Fallon, Missouri was installed in 1969 by the O'Fallon Jaycees in honor to the Vietnam War, and one of the first in the country to construct and erect such a memorial. The site was named after WWI war veteran and Missouri legislator Omer Dames. The memorial sits in the park named after Dames, that honors all the city's veterans and soldiers that were killed in the Vietnam War.

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    Fort Zumwalt Park Fort Zumwalt Park O'Fallon, Missouri
    Fort Zumwalt Park in O'Fallon, Missouri is a historic site that dates back to the early 19th century, just after the purchase of Louisiana, and became the fortification for the Zumwalt family. Jacob Zumwalt, a Revolutionary War veteran, came to Missouri in 1798, and constructed his home where it remains today. When the War of 1812 broke out, the Indian problems became worse, and the Zumwalt's house was then expanded to add portholes and enclose the compound in a stockade fence. It would become the fortified center for the area's settlers during those periods of Indian unrest and uprisings, and some believe that the log home was actually the first hewn-log house constructed on the west side of the Mississippi River. It would be the scene of the first Methodist sacrament in 1807, and remain in the Zumwalt family until 1837, when it would be sold to Major Nathan Heald. The land surrounding the fort was sold to the state in the early 20th century and become known as Fort Zumwalt State Park, until it was sold to the city in 1978 for $1 and then became a city park. The only things that remain of the old log house is an external stone chimney with two fireplaces, one on each side, and close by sits the old Darius Heald home. In 2008, the city started to rebuild the old log home, and in September, 2009 had a ceremony that included a ribbon cutting to celebrate the completion of the first phase of that reconstruction. It is currently scheduled to be completed in 2012, but with all the economic woes, it may take longer. The park includes 48 acres, with 4 acre Lake Whetsel, a shelter house, picnic pavilion and children's playground.

    St. Louis Art Museum
    St. Louis Art Museum St. Louis, MissouriThe St. Louis Art Museum is one of the premier art museums in the nation, welcoming a half a million visitors each year, since it is free. It can be found in Forest Park, St. Louis, Missouri, within a three story structure that had originally been constructed to house the Palace of Fine Arts for the 1904 World's Fair. The structure's design was inspired by the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, Italy and Cass Gilbert did the designing. The museum contains many excellent exhibits, along with changing exhibitions and installations, which includes the current series that highlights the local contemporary artists, along with displays of works on paper, textiles and new media artworks. It started out as the St. Louis School and Museum of Fine Arts, that sat within Washington University in St. Louis and contained in a structure in downtown St. Louis, moving to its present home just after the 1904 fair. It would separate itself from the university in 1909, and renamed the City Art Museum of St. Louis, with an organizing board taking control in 1912. An auditorium was added in the 1950s for concerts, films and lectures, with many donations from local citizens that have increased the size and scope of this marvelous museum. It collections include; prints, photographs and drawings, African, pre-Columbian and American Indian, American, oceanic, ancient and Islam, modern, Asian, early European, contemporary and decorative arts and design.  The museum's modern art collection contains such famous artists as Van Gogh, Picasso, Gauguin, Matisse and Monet, and it has an excellent collection of 20th century German paintings that includes the world's biggest Max Beckmann collection. Their outstanding collection of Turkish rugs, pre-Columbian and oceanic works are some of the best in the world; as well as housing the Egyptian mummy, Amen-Nestawy-Nakht along with two others that have been loaned from Washington University. It also houses the biggest collection of works by American painter, George Caleb Bingham. The museum encourages the community to become more involved in the arts by offering art classes for teachers, children and adults. The Richardson Memorial Library is one of the biggest centers for history and documentation of art in the Midwest, with over 100,000 volumes as well as the museum's archives; both of them being searchable through the internet. 

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    Grant's FarmGrant's Farm St. Louis, Missouri
    On a 281 acre piece of property, called Grant's Farm, the Busch family ancestral home is located just south of St. Louis, Missouri, with over 900 animals that represent more than 100 various species. The farm, run by the Anheuser-Busch, Inc., has become a St. Louis tradition for more than half a century, welcoming over 24 million visitors since it opened. The farm got its name from the 18th President of the United States, who, in the 1850s, founded and started farming a part of these very acres. Today, the land is home to the Grant's Farm and is preserved as a living symbol of the family's love for animals and their commitment to wildlife conservation and preservation, throughout the region. Some of the magnificent animals living here include the buffalo, Clydesdales, elephants, peacocks, camels, goats and donkeys, besides many other kinds of farm and native animals. The majority of the animals can be seen on their trolley tour of the Deer Park region of the farm, with the Clydesdales being housed in their own barn and pastures. The farm has a marvelous cabin that was constructed by Grant, and is the only remaining hand-built structure in the world that was hand constructed by a United States President. The farm also contains the family's mansion and the house that Grant lived in while he was involved in the Mexican and Civil Wars. It originally had belonged to his wife, Julia Grant, who gave him the property, and sits across the street from the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, the former White Haven plantation that had belonged to Julia's family.

    River City Rascals Baseball
    River City Rascals  O'Fallon, MissouriThe River City Rascals are the professional baseball team located in O'Fallon, Missouri, and a member of the West Division of the Frontier League, although not affiliated with MLB. Beginning in 1999, the team has played all their home games at the T. R. Hughes Ballpark. They had been located in Zanesville, Ohio, being called the Greys, and playing there from 1993 until 1996; and inactive during the next two years. Their first game was away, at Crestwood, Illinois, against the Cook County Cheetahs, and it was quite an exciting game, as the Rascals pitcher, Joey Pipes, pitched the entire game allowing only 1 run, but that run was enough to beat them, 1-0. Their first home game was just six days later, against the Dubois Dragons, and they would win, 6-5; after making a fantastic rally when they were behind, 5-1, in the bottom of the ninth inning. This team just has to make every game so exciting that the fans can't wait to come to their games, whether away or home. That game against Dubois was the first minor league baseball game to be played in Missouri since 1955. The team would change hands in 2004, and then again in 2006. Josh Kinney, who played for the Rascals in 2001, became their first player to make it to the big leagues, when his contract was bought by the Memphis Redbirds in 2006 by the St. Louis Cardinals. His first pitch on July 3, 2006, for the majors, was a home run hit by Atlanta Braves outfielder, Ryan Langerhans and Kinney finished the season with the Cardinals, winning a championship ring, as they went on to win the World Series.  So, if you happen to be vacationing in the area during baseball season, this is one team that will give you as much excitement and thrills as any major league baseball team, so be sure to go.

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