The architecture is very distinctive, and the exhibits are very rich, especially the exhibits during the Civil War. This is the focus of the competition between the North and the South. Many soldiers died here. The exhibitors are very sad and a little sad.
The starting point of the Westward Movement of the United States, the arch is very majestic, you can take a small train to the top to overlook the panoramic view of St. Louis.
Free, and saw Monet's water lilies! not bad!
From the study tour, the school specially organized cultural understanding activities. St. Louis is located in Missouri and is also an outpost of the Westward Movement in the United States. The historical data is informative and vivid.
Many of the rich historical things in the museum are projects developed in the United States, and the history of some western cities can also be found here.