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Ulysses S. Grant National Historical Site

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7400 Grant Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63123-1801
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Patrick R wrote a review Nov 22
Saint Louis, Missouri27 contributions4 helpful votes
Situated along the famous Grant's Trail, the staff is very grand. When the weather is very hot, they place is nice and airconditioned. Metro predicts that nobody will ride the South County Connector to this place. I say "RUBBISH" to that. That bus would come in handy for this site as for those who can't drive and may want a bus to get them to this place. This place is really close to Affton as well. And I think it is in Affton.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Mark Barnes wrote a review Oct 2020
Indianapolis, Indiana536 contributions70 helpful votes
I love stopping at these national parks in different cities. It is free to go through. The staff was very nice and it was neat to see how us grant lived and thought before his time as a general. Must stop.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Indy-ND wrote a review Aug 2020
South Bend, Indiana3,062 contributions400 helpful votes
I don't miss a NPS site if I'm in the area. I chalked the Grant NHS up as the afternoon stop after the National Transportation Museum. I knew there wasn't a whole lot going on there, but the Farm was covid closed, so we had plenty of time to really take it in. We walked around the property first and then did the museum. The Rangers mentioned that the house tour was going to be starting in about 45 minutes, so I signed up (free) and my daughter retreated to the car as she wasn't interested. I was the only person on the tour (Tuesday in August), which was great! The Ranger had a lot of information about the house, it's history, where Grant came into it and ultimately lost it. It took about 20-25 minutes to tour the house and it's worth it for a history buff like me. I picked up my usual items in the gift shop and even a book about Grant's world travels after his Presidency, which is fascinating.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bobbie P wrote a review Aug 2020
Gladewater, Texas4 contributions1 helpful vote
The museum was interesting. The home site was so peaceful and tranquil. I loved the history lessons. Very clean and the staff were very friendly.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Mindy W wrote a review Jul 2020
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We really enjoyed visiting the Grant National Historical Site. David was our tour guide and he gave us an interesting introduction on Grant and his family that lived here. He really brought the area to life! The museum and movie, in addition to seeing the estate, was also well done and interesting. My kids really enjoyed it as well.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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