Map, Directory & Tours
Take a tour of 150 beautiful buildings that line this Missouri River town!
St. Charles Main Street is over 250 years in the making!
Much of St. Charles' history can be found in the buildings lining our Main Street which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. From the site of its first settler Louis Blanchette, to innovators at OPO Startups in the 1909 Post Office, there is a bit of everything! From fur traders and blacksmiths, from Lewis and Clark's Corps and Missouri’s first Statesmen, these are the people that bring these buildings to life and share the history of St. Charles. As the Missouri River gave way to the Boone's Lick Road and the development of the railroads, we are part of America's westward expansion and the beginning of Missouri's Statehood. We invite you to explore them here. Each number represents a story of a building and its’ people on St. Charles’ Historic Main Street.
Whether you are a local or visiting from out of town, us the map and directory to discover new shops, restaurants and places to stay at your fingertips!
Navigate through Historic Main Street with the many tours at the bottom of the map directory. These self-guided tours will show you around Main Street and help you discover new places and learn about the history!
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