The Old Courthouse

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Allow Children? Yes children are allowed

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Allow pets? We are sorry pets are not allowed

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Are there Handicap Facilities? Yes there are Handicap Facilities

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Name of Attraction = The Old Courthouse

Type of Attraction = Historical Building

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Summary = The Old Courthouse is a historic building located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. It was built in the mid-19th century and served as the seat of the St. Louis Circuit Court until 1930. The courthouse is known for its role in several pivotal moments in American history, including the Dred Scott case.

Today, the Old Courthouse is a popular tourist attraction and is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial. Visitors can tour the building and learn about its history, as well as visit the museum exhibits on the first and second floors.

Visit the Old Courthouse while staying at Lehmann House Bed and breakfast.


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