Florissant is home to several historical sites for visitors and residents to explore. Check out the Archeological Dig of Florissant to discover 12,000 years of history, in addition to viewing a map of the various historic sites and their information.

Featured Historic Sites

Auguste Aubuchon House
1002 rue St. Louis

Country French of log construction C. 1800.
Dr. Nicholas Jensen House
406 rue St. Louis

Circa 1890.
1850 Lucy Patterson House
15505 New Halls Ferry
Gittemeier House

Resource Center for Historic Florissant, Inc. and
a used book store 1860.
John B. Myers House
180 Dunn Rd.

John B. Myers House and Barn, 1869-70. Victorian with Palladian influence. restored by Historic Florissant, Inc. - a "working complex" occupied by yarn and fabric shops with a barn deli. Open Tue. and Wed. 10am to 8pm and Mon, Thur, Fri, & Sat from 10am to 4pm. Call 921-4606.
Montaigne House
306 rue St. Louis

A two story brick home built about 1857.
Sacred Heart Church
751 Jefferson

Sacred Heart Church (The German Church).
Parish established 1866.
Taille de Noyer
On campus of McCluer High School

When it was still the Country of the Illinois, the plantation of Taille de Noyer was a part of the Florissant Valley. Once an Indian trading post, later the hunting lodge of John Mullanphy, one of Missouri's most illustrious citizens, it became the country home of Mullanphy's descendants until it was acquired by the Florissant Valley Historical Society in 1961. Restored as a house museum- open to the public Sunday 1- 4 p.m. or by appointment. Admission charge. Call 524-1100.

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For more information contact Historic Florissant (1067 Dunn Road) by calling (314 ) 921-7055.