Keep up to date with all the latest happenings at the Museum by reading our quarterly Charlemagne newsletter! This summer’s edition contains information about Preservation Month, our summertime slate of events such as Foodie Fest and our latest temporary exhibit, and more!
Our “Murder on the Bayou” Murder Mystery Night on April 12 at Pheasant Run Resort was a huge success! The house was packed with over 70 supporters in attendance. The event had a unique St. Charles-themed twist, as the plot focused on the dealings of the will and estate of actual St. Charles resident Herbert Crane (1861-1943) and his family.
Keep up to date with all the latest happenings at the Museum by reading our quarterly Charlemagne newsletter!
As we begin to undertake a months-long strategic planning process, we want to know how we can continue to best serve our community!
Ever wonder about St. Charles History, and some it's most famous people, artifacts, and other things well Amazing Artifacts takes in a in depth look at every Artifact in our permanent exhibit. We kicked off the first series taking a look at our most important artifact our very own Sheldon Peck of Steven Sanborn Jones a well known abolitionist. Today our second video in the series went up talking about the Wide Awakes Club, who were dedicated to getting Abraham Lincoln elected as President of The United States. Our Wide Awakes Lantern is a symbolic relic from the Civil War and holds a great history to it. You can find the videos on our YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwHWN8QZPVQ9D-BX1QDqhTQ
We look forward to having you come into the Museum and taking a look at our Amazing Artifacts for yourself, our hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11am-4pm and can answer any questions you have for us.