Bonjour. This museum tells part of the story of New France, the other Colonial America. Away from Philadelphia and New York, away from the Anglophones, life was happening. Here, in Ste.Genevieve, French and American Indian and African, slave and free cultures mixed and mingled in a way perhaps unique to the world. Come back in time to hear their stories, see where they lived, walk where they walked and ponder part of what made us what we are today. It is a story worth hearing, and we are here to tell it.
Tuesday-Thursday, 10am - 4pm through Memorial Day
Monday-Thursday, 10am - 4pm after Memorial Day
Friday 10am until 7pm (or dusk if it is earlier) - (Every 4th Friday until 9pm)
Saturday 10am - 5pm Sunday, noon-4pm
New Years Day
New Years Eve
Hours may vary due to unusual circumstances. USUALLY this manages to get posted to Facebook. The above is just general guidance.
Seniors (Age 65+) $6.00
Adult Students $6.00
Active Duty Military & Adult Family Members $6.00
Group Rate Adults (15+ people) $5.00
Group Rate Children (15+ people) $1.50
Squirrels - 1 pecan
Zuts will give a discount to all his furry little friends
Support dogs are welcome if they promise not to eat squirrels.
Ownership: The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Missouri
The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Missouri
has owned, operated, and made
available to the public the Bolduc House Museum since 1949. It is a chapter of
the National Society of the Colonial Dames in America, an organization that is
dedicated to Colonial American history, historic preservation, and patriotism.
The women members of the National Society of the Colonial Dames in America are
descendants of individuals who lived in an American colony before 1750 and
“rendered efficient service to his country during the Colonial period...which
contributed to the founding of our nation.”
The parlor in the Linden House is dedicated to the National Society of the
Colonial Dames of America in the State of Missouri and functions as their headquarters.
Visit this room to see the large number of awards and other recognitions that
this organization has achieved thanks to the way they have operated the Museum.
Read the accounts of the Colonial Dames’ early American ancestors and their
accomplishments. Scholars may enjoy the rare books in the Colonial Dames library and the
information to be found in the society’s records kept in the Museum’s archives.
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