Our Louis Bolduc House, a National Historic Landmark built circa 1792, is a vertical log house with a lovely French colonial kitchen garden. Two other houses, their gardens, a Shawnee & Delaware Indian Exhibit, and a Museum Shop add to your experience when you visit or host and event here.
Check out our SUPER BOWLs made from 18th century faience, pewter, wood, and earthenware.
Stop by and CHECK in at our place during the Fourth Friday Ste. Genevieve Art Walk - We've got delicious goodies and a fascinating display.
If you want to participate in a 250+ year old French Canadian tradition, join us on New Year's Eve from 7-9ish to play parlor games and wait for La Guignole. Cost: $10/person.
Don't miss our traditional Paradise Tree in the Bolduc House salon
Feel what it would have been like to sleep on a straw-filled mattress and under a bear skin rug
December 16th through February 7th is our bicentennial commemoration of the New Madrid earthquakes and January 22nd will be "Earthquake Sunday" - check out our website for details.
Check out our gardens if you are planning an outdoor wedding - we provide AFFORDABLE ELEGANCE in a charming colonial setting
Tell us if you are over 65, a college student, or active military personnel because then you get a $2 discount off the price of regular admission.
Ask about Zuts, our bilingual literate French squirrel.
Check out our secret hiding place in a 250 year old stand of Ste. Genevieve boxwoods.
Are you researching your family's French colonial connections? We can probably help.
Ask about the only Revolutionary War battle fought west of the Mississippi River.
Don't miss the bicentennial commemorative exhibit of the New Madrid earthquakes
The gift shop has wonderful pottery on sale!
Want to find out about French Colonial America before the Louisiana Purchase? This is the place!