The Frenchtown Heritage Museum is a research facility for St. Charles history and memorabilia. Located in the Frenchtown district, the museum is housed in a restored fire station built in 1880. A garden and pathway leads to a restored Santa Fe railroad caboose. Opened in 2003 the focus of the Museum is to make available the history of the area to future generations.
- Hours: Wed-Sat, noon - 3pm; Or by appointment.
- Founding Date: 2003
- Parking: On-street: free