Bolduc House


The Bolduc house, a National Historic Landmark, was built in the 1770’s by Vital Beauvais on Le Grand Champ, and was moved to its present site after the 1785 flood (and then added to).  It is regarded as the first, most authentically restored Creole house in the nation.  It has earned the respect of architectural historians everywhere.  Accurately restored with the original 18th century furnishings, stockade fence, frontier kitchen, living quarters, 18th century culinary and medicinal herb gardens and grape arbor.  Bolduc unquestionably the best-known house in the Middle Mississippi River Valley is open April – November.  Admission includes house and garden tours.  Cook house features herbal crafts, plants, and souvenirs.

Open Monday through Saturday 10am-4pm and Sunday 11am-5pm (April through November 1); Admission is charged
Located at 125 Main St.

Owned and operated by the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Missouri.





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