Tour Description

Join us as we explore the historic history of Soulard It is named for Antoine Soulard, a Spanish surveyor. It is home to the oldest farmers' market established in 1779. Today it is known for its blues scene alongside casual pizzerias, down-to-earth Southern restaurants and seafood spots. Your friendly knowledgeable host is eager to share the local stories about why Soulard is a beacon of the past and a unique destination today.

  • Learn the history about the vibrant past of this area of St. Louis

  • Experience personal service by our local professional tour host

  • View historic photos from the past on your mobile device

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Availability

  • We ask for a minimum of 48 hours advance notice

  • Our standard tour times are Sunday through Saturday. Click the Book Now button for available times

  • Contact us for other available private customized tour times

  • Full payment is required to reserve and confirm your desired tour date

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Soulard District History Walking Tour

$25 per person; group of 4

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no hidden booking fees

Duration

1 hour walking; approximately

Included

Professional local guide

Access to historic photos

Optional

Tip for your guide

Umbrellas if inclement weather

Snacks & Souvenirs

Meeting Location

Outside Soulard Coffee Garden

910 Geyer

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Pricing

Group of 2 at $30 per person

Group of 4 at $25 per person

Group of 6 at $25 per person

Group of 8 at $20 per person

Group of 10 at $20 per person

Group of 12 at $20 per person

Group of 18 at $15 per person

Group of 20 at $15 per person

Contact us for a larger group quote

Prices may be higher during busy citywide event days