Posts by Happy Welch
To help organize your school tour we have a listing of the places to visit and where to have a sack lunch. All of the groups want your visit to be enjoyable so we encourage you to contact these folks ahead of time so they can plan for your students and provide the best experience.
Contact List for School Tours
Centre for French Colonial Life – Bolduc House/LeMeilleur Home, Linden House – Roseanne (573) 883-3105
Ste. Genevieve National Historical Site – Beauvais-Amoreaux House, Green Tree Tavern, JBV House – https://www.nps.gov/stge/planyourvisit/permitsandreservations.htm
State of Missouri – Felix Valle State Historic Site – Lauren Miller (573) 883-7102
Foundation for Restoration – Guibourd-Valle House – Skip Weiler email@example.com
Catholic Church – open for self-guided tours
Museum Learning Center – Missouri Dinosaur and Ste. Genevieve History – Abigail Kern (573)-883-3466
Sack Lunch at Lions Park – firstname.lastname@example.org
Living in Ste. Genevieve House Tour
How do you take an old home and update it to current styles? Find out during the Living in Ste. Genevieve House Tour on Saturday, March 18, 2023. From 10a-3p see how homeowners have updated historic homes with modern touches on the inside. This all starts at the Guibourd-Valle House at #1 N. 4th St.
Honey Festival + Market
Valle Craft Fair
The Little Brick House (Heil House-1865) (City)
159 N. Main St.
Ste. Geneviève, MO 63670
Slow down at this cozy, centrally-located brick cottage rental in the heart of historic Ste. Genevieve. The original home of John and Francesca Heil in the 1860’s, you won’t find a more authentic old town experience than you will get at “the little brick house” on Main Street. Enjoy mornings at the local coffee shops and bakeries, afternoons browsing the local shops, and evenings by the fire pit with a glass of local wine. You won’t find a more authentic main street experience than you will get at the “little brick house”.
Travel Planners Radio Show
Sue & Kevin McCarthy host the weekly Travel Planners Radio Show and they descended on Ste. Genevieve and took in the historic downtown, great food, some guided tours and had a chance to talk to the folks who make Ste. Genevieve a destination. Check out their website at http://www.kevinandsuetravel.com/index.htm to find out more.
For a taste of Mexican along the Highway 61 business district, stop by El Potosino for tacos, fajitas to taco salads and more.
634 St. Genevieve Dr.
Open 11a-9p Monday through Thursday
11a-10p Friday & Saturday
Outdoor Seating/Historic Downtown
Ste. Gen. Reception Spaces
Ste. Genevieve Dog Park
Alleé Allumeé translates to “Lighted Garden Path” and that’s just what this event is! Tour guides lead you through a lit path in the historic yards and boxwoods of the Beauvais-Linden House. Learn more about the Christmas Traditions of the French settlers as you follow painted figures of colonial children as they bring gifts to a manger scene. Live music, cookies & cocoa, crafts, and a visit from Père Noël (French Santa Clause) help round out this fun and educational event