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Lewis & Clark Boat House

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March 2, 2020
Historic boat house from Lewis and Clark
Polo And Alyse
Polo And Alyse
July 19, 2019
museum and great views
May 13, 2014
Lewis & Clark Boat House & Museum. $5 per person

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“Free to Stop and see some wildlife in rehabilitation, also this is adjacent to the St Louis County Lone Elk Park. Driving Tour to see Elk and Bison in a natural habitat. both are Free to visit.”
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“This place is a legend. Live Music Venue, nightclub, beer, hamburgers. Casual. Ages 21-99. Later at night, there may be a $5 cover depending on the bands. Several rooms, sometimes with additional live music. In 1921 Anheuser Busch opened a drinking establishment in the picturesque river town of Alton, Illinois. A yellow brick building, Bon-Air, was built. Sam Balaco, and later his son Lotteo, owned Bon-Air for 50 yrs. 1981, in a move that changed history forever, Eddie Sholar (aka Fast Eddie) purchased Bon-Air. Things began to change – FAST! In the more than 20 yrs that Fast Eddie has owned Bon-Air, it has quadrupled in size. Seats 300, standing room for 300 more.”
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1050 South Riverside Drive
Saint Charles, MO 63301
Teléfono+1 636-947-3199
Estado del horario de servicioCerrado · Abre a las 10:00 AM