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Old Courthouse

Many people have an “out with the old” mindset, but just because something is a bit aged doesn’t mean it’s shown any lack in value. St. Louis proves this true by preserving its Old Courthouse as one of America’s most historic buildings and always making sure to keep history alive through tours every day.

The Old Courthouse may be one of St. Louis’ most historic buildings, but don’t let its age give you the impression that it lacks value. Founded back in 1816, the Old St. Louis County Courthouse is among America’s older courthouses and still stands as an impressive example for other buildings today.

The Old St. Louis County Courthouse is an important part of American history because it played a role in one of the most debated cases ever, which eventually went all the way up to the Supreme Court, where its verdict had significance for determining rights or lack thereof regarding slaves.

Touring the Old Courthouse is one of those things that you just don’t forget to do while traveling. The architecture and design are quite amazing, with a dome-like structure standing out in particular.

The Old Courthouse is a treasure-hunt for golden nuggets of information at every turn as you explore how revolutionizing civil rights and voting became an issue in America. Unlike most buildings, which are built to last, the Old Courthouse is a treasure hunt for all ages. This building’s history began with pivotal moments in American society and has since been tarnished by revolutionizing civil rights or voting rights here. The stories behind each room make it something you won’t want to miss.

Situated at 11 N 4th St, St. Louis, MO 63102, the Old Courthouse is a historic landmark and the home of two museums. The first, located within its doors, are exhibits from the Museum of Westward Expansion, which showcase how people lived on this site over 100 years ago when it was just an agricultural village in Missouri’s heartland. That’s not all! Alongside these historical displays, there also resides what many would call “the most famous museum ticket booth”—The Gateway Arch.

The Old Courthouse is a stunning example of mid-19th century federal architecture with priceless treasures that date back to when America’s history was being made. This building is a historical landmark that has been at the center of many important events in American history. Just visit this amazing place and see it for yourself and experience what life was like back then.

Gateway Arch
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