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Citygarden combines sculpture, plants, fountains and architecture into one location in downtown St. Louis. The area offers a vibrant, serene blending of lush plantings and internationally-renowned sculpture with water, stone, architecture and design. The Terrace View restaurant is on-site.
Citygarden is bounded by Eighth, 10th, Market and Chestnut streets.
Featuring games from the 80's! No quarters or tokens needed, play all you want for 5 bucks! 1984 is THE 80's arcade! Stop in and get your 80's on in style. We have the games, the music, and the vibe from the greatest decade ever! Need a place to host your next event or party? We offer private events and party room rentals. Located in downtown Springfield Missouri. 1984, the best thing since 1983!
Life-size bronze statue honoring the 1st Kansas Colored Volunteer Infantry, the first uniformed all Black American unit to fight in the Civil War. The unit fought in the October 1862 Battle of Island Mound, also known as the Battle of Fort Toothman.
One of two memorials dedicated to American veterans who served our nation in war and peace.
Names of veterans are inscribed in the bricks that line the walkway.
Located in Palmer Park, on the south side of the Cowan Civic Center.
In June 1862, the Civil War Battle of Kirksville involved about 1,000 soldiers; with approximately 500 Union soldiers and 500 Confederate troops taking part.
It is unclear how many men were killed during three hours of fighting. Reports vary anywhere from five to 28 Union soldiers, and to between 35 and 100 Confederate soldiers. An unknown number of Confederate soldiers were executed following the battle.
The battle was seen as a victory for the Union; a marker in Forest Llewellyn Cemetery (four blocks west of Kirksville's square) was erected on the spot of a mass grave where local residents buried executed Confederates.
This circa 1870 cabin was relocated to the Madison County Historic District from its original location, which was in a flood plain, about five blocks away. The cabin belonged to one of the city of Fredericktown's founding families. The cabin is adjacent to the school house, which was constructed in 2002 using logs from an area home that dated to 1848. Students who tour the school house have the opportunity to write using a feather quill pen and a slate tablet.
You must call to arrange tours of the cabin and school house; the buildings are open during the Azalea Festival and the Madison County Fair.
These two log cabins were built in 1833 at Cline's Island. They were moved piece by piece to Bloomfield City Park in 1973.
Take it all in. See the sights of Boonville on this self-guided walking tour, featuring more than 20 points of interest, such as The Old Jail and Hotel Frederick.
Download a Walking History Tour off of the website, or pick up a brochure in the Tourism Office and Visitors Center (address shown).
Note: Not all of the sites are open year-round.
The Centralia Battlefield is about three miles southeast of Centralia on Rangeline Road. Located on the battlefield is a monument describing the events of Sept. 27, 1864; that monument was donated by the Sons of the Confederate Veterans. A monument honoring the Union Soldiers who died was donated by the Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War.
The Battlefield is open to the public and contains a picnc area and two Civil War markers; the site is among those listed on Missouri's Gray Ghosts Trail.
The Battle of Centralia featured Southern partisans commanded by "Bloody Bill" Anderson, whose men wiped out a Union force led by Maj. A.V.E. Johnson. The battle took place within hours of the Centralia Massacre, during which Anderson and his men killed 23 recently discharged and furloughed Union soldiers. According to reports, Jesse James fired the shot that killed Major Johnson.
Award-winning, second-generation chocolate company. Visit the brand new chocolate factory and retail outlet store open for free factory tours. See candy being made – from famous family recipes to old favorites.
Tours: Mon.-Fri. every 30 minutes, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. except noon-12:30 p.m.; Saturday (by appointment only), every 30 minutes, 9 a.m.-noon.
Retail shop open until 5 p.m. Monday-Friday and until 3pm on Saturdays. For groups of 6 or more please call to make a reservation for a tour.
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Where Gray Ghosts Walked
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