Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Missouri History Museum: Friday, 14 February 2014

250 in 250
Opens Friday, February 14
Missouri History Museum
FREE admission

The Missouri History Museum commemorates the 250th anniversary of St. Louis through an exciting exhibition that showcases the stories of 50 people, 50 places, 50 moments, 50 images, and 50 objects. Discover stories of murderers and musicians, prostitutes and poets, composers and clowns. See objects older than 250 years and some we still use today. Hear first-hand accounts of the big and small moments that have made St. Louis history and view images of St. Louisans at work and play. A complete picture of St. Louis’s history is impossible, but we can give you 250 fascinating snapshots. See the city in 250 new ways.

The exhibit opens Friday, February 14th at 10am, and Museum galleries will remain open until 10pm to allow visitors to enjoy the exhibit in the evening. February 14th through 17th, the Museum will host a variety of FREE family activities, including crafts, carriage rides, cupcake decorating, musical performances and more. See the Museum’s website for a complete schedule of activities.


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