About Lafayette Square
Communities in the early settlement period of the 1800's usually set aside a parcel of land for social gatherings to take place. When you travel to Lafayette Square in St. Louis, Missouri, you will see a restoration of colonial homes and shops of impeccable beauty uncased in a park setting with trees, shrubbery, and attractive landscaping, as well as a lake. Touring some of the most exquisite homes in Lafayette Square, will take you back into the past of a more dramatic era of Missouri's early statehood. It was a time when the people of the community worked together to realize spectacular attractions or improvements to their community that would become recognized world wide as a place to visit. The history of Lafayette Square in St. Louis, Missouri, has to be acquired through a visit and on site learning, provided by tours and special activities that will give you a deeper appreciation of how it came be known as Lafayette Square. It is a thriving neighborhood in St. Louis Missouri. St. Louis had its beginning as a French village. Where Lafayette Square is now located, was once a livestock pasture. From its humble beginning to present day, it is one of the oldest cities in Missouri and it has one of the most picturesque neighborhoods to visit.
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Events in Lafayette Square
St. Louis Halloween Beer Festival
at Lafayette Park
The Halloween Beer Fest IS BACK with breweries from the St. Louis region pouring unlimited samples in historic Lafayette Square Park.
WPD Blue Line Family Trivia Night- Tricks, Treats & Trivia
at Carpenters Union Hall
Join the Wentzville Blue Line Family for a night of fun, tricks, treats, and trivia.