8. MiMi’s Boutique 636.795.4614 1. Visitor’s Center 636.464.6464

1. Visitor’s Center
314 Market St. - Maul House c. 1872
Town information, Maps, Restrooms, Kimmswick Apple
Butter and Souvenirs. Soda, Water, Snacks. Great
prices on Used Books, Greeting Cards and Gifts.
2. Cherrika’s
318 Market St.
22 years in business, come in and see why! Home/Garden
Décor, huge selection of Garden Flags, Pet Boutique, Fashion
Bling, Potpourri, Florals, Linens & Lace. Open Wed.— Sun.
3. Kimmswick Keepsake
322 Market St.
A variety of Unique Items, Paintings, Hand-painted furniture,
Candles, & Soaps. Shabby Chic, Trendy Black & White to a
fun and colorful Florida inspired room! Come check us out!
4. Christmas Haus
311 Elm St.
Area’s largest year-round Christmas Store, with more than
40 decorated trees. Ornaments of all professions, sports,
etc. Bayer’s Carolers & Baldwin Brass. “A place where Santa
8. MiMi’s Boutique 636.795.4614
217 Market
We have everything from dips and soups to flavored
coffee and loose leaf teas. The nightlight warmers
are our best seller!
15. The Wild Grey Hare 636.467.8099
116 Mill
Donna Sharp Quilted Purses, Jostar Travel/Cruise Apparel,
Fashion Jewelry, Yard Art, New & Vintage items, Furniture &
Home Décor, and Much More!
9. Savannah Rose 636.467.7101
209 Market St.
Your one stop shop for personalized gifts & treasures. ONSITE MONOGRAMMING, VERA BRADLEY Bags, Headbands,
Wine Glasses, Children’s Items, and Giftware.
16. Serendipity Gifts 314.570.9750
110 Mill
Over 30 local St Louis area artists showcase their Handmade
gifts! We feature custom wooden monograms, handstamped jewelry, dog accessories, children’s gifts & more!
10. London Interiors 314.397.6735
6043 2nd St. London
[email protected]
Old and new furniture, painted or not. We also offer Home
Décor and Antiques. Interior Design is also on the Menu.
Come see the sites!
17. Picket Fence Primitives 636.464.5150
102 Mill - Gerard-Grimshaw Bldg. c.1895
Full of “Old World Charm”, One-of-a-Kind” HANDMADE
PRIMITIVES, Lotions, Goat’s Milk & Glycerin Soaps, Soy
Candles, Wreaths, Antiques, Collectibles, & Vintage Vinyl
11. Mississippi Mud Gallery & Gifts
6050 2nd St. - Little Ziegler House c. 1918
Shop Beyond the Ordinary! Hand-Crafted Pottery, Glass,
Metal Art, & Jewelry by American Artisans. Fun, Funky, &
Contemporary Decor. Fun Fashions & Accessories! Now
featuring Pandora Jewelry!
5. Everything Nice
303 Elm St.
Offering an endless array of Gifts for all seasons and for any
decor (home or garden). You’ll love our backyard area with
even more shopping! A shop you must see.
12. Kimmswick Korner Gift Shoppe
119 Market St. - Old Ziegler Store c. 1913
Unique Gift Emporium! If it’s Kameleon Jewelry, Fashion
Jewelry, Funny Cards, Fudge, Purses, Scarves, or anything in
between, we have what you’re looking for!
6. Dough Depot Cafe
216 Market St. - Ruess-Terry House c. 1865
Featuring Handmade Dough ornaments and serving Sandwiches, Pizzas, Salads, Soups, Pretzels, Ice
Cream & Much More! Great Food - Great Prices - Friendly
13. The Blue Owl Sweet Shoppe 636.464.3900
118 Market St. - Ziegler-Escoffler Bldg c.1940
Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain, Candy Store & Gift Shoppe,
with 22 Ice Cream Flavors, Candies, Lunch Menu, Specialty
Coffee Drinks, and Outdoor Patio. Birthday Parties, Showers,
& Candy Classes.
7. Cozy Cottage
212 Market St.
Known for our CREATIVITY our cottage offers a
romantic girly fun boutique full of gifts, jewelry,
accessories, artwork, & one-of-a-kind finds.
14. The Blue Owl Restaurant & Bakery 636.464.3128
6116 2nd St. - Tavern c. 1900
Featured on Oprah, Food Network, Travel Channel. Home
of World Famous “Levee High Caramel Apple Pecan Pie”.
Breakfast & Lunch, Homestyle Cooking, Fabulous Desserts.
Beer, Wine, Outdoor Dining.
18. Latest Craze 636.464.2883
101 Mill St.
“Bling” Shirts & Jackets. Interchangeable: “Sierra” Sandals,
“Lottie Dottie” & “Gingersnaps” Jewelry. 100’s of Hairbows,
TuTu’s, Flags, Mailbox covers. “Lampe Berger”. Affordable
19. Pattington Station 636.464.4115
6112 Front St.
Six rooms of new and fun fashion accessories, home and
garden decor. Pet items, quilts, baskets, candles, wind
chimes, greeting cards, cookbooks, and much more.
20. The Out of My Mind Art Studio 636.525.3044
6109 Front St.
Meet the resident artists who create watercolor paintings
and unique raku pottery pieces including spirit houses, face
pots, decorative pots and more. Come by and enjoy!
21. Design Haus 636.467.8199
6106 Front - Rauschenbach Bldg c. 1884
One-of-a-Kind Home Décor items, Gifts, Jewelry, Furniture,
Coasters, Wine Accessories, & More. Come in for a unique
22. Dolled Up KIDZ 636.461.3033
6106 Front St. - Historic Bldg. c. 1884
We are a unique children’s boutique filled with the latest
trends in hair accessories, children’s apparel, custom
embroidery, and baby gifts. Striving to bring out your child’s
23. The Stamp Pad 636.467.2915
6062 Front - Barber Shop c. 1900
Stamping/Papercrafting shop offering huge variety of unique
stamps & dies by Memory Box, Dienamics, & many others,
Bazzill cardstock, classes, Swan Creek Candles, Jewelry,
Handmade Cards!
24. Front and Market Gifts 636.525.3166
6061 Front St. - Bakery c. 1880
We have a unique selection of Home Décor, Furniture,
Children’s, Jewelry, Customized Gifts, On-Site Monogramming, Wine, Bar accessories, and more in a bright and
airy store.
25. The Purple Pickle 636.464.6144
100 Market St
Like us on Facebook: The Purple Pickle Gift Shop
Namaste! Whimsical-Enchanting-One-of-a-Kind Gift Shop!
Fairies, Dragons, OOAK Baby Fairies, & Dragons, Crystals,
Incense, Oils, KITRAS Witch Balls, Chimes, Garden, Psychic
26. The Cottage of Kimmswick 636.467.5006
114 Market St.
A simple little country cottage that offers women’s, home
décor, children’s toys, and gifts for all ages. Green, organic,
Made in the USA, and European Specialty Lines.
27. Painted Rooster (Daydreams) 636.467.2066
111 Market St.
Vintage, New, and Handcrafted Treasures! Furniture, Glassware, Jewelry, Wind chimes, Locally made Soaps, Candles,
Melts and Tarts. See our garden with concrete statuary!
Map to locate stores is on the backside
of this brochure. Also, white and green
directional signs can be found on most
street corners.
Come Explore the Many Historic
Sites of Kimmswick
H. Historical Society & Museum
Open Weekends 1 to 4 pm.
Kimmswick’s Historical Museum
with the town’s history through pictures and
memorabilia. Admission is FREE. Group tours
available by reservation.
C. Burgess-How House & Museum
Open Sundays April - October
from 1 to 4 pm. This is the first
log building to be moved to
Kimmswick (1970). Maintained and furnished by the
Kimmswick Historical Society as an 1850’s
Map of Kimmswick
Anheuser Museum & Estate
Open Thursdays April to
November, Noon to 4 pm.
The home, built in 1867, is the ancestral home of
Fred and Mabel Ruth Anheuser and sits at the
south end of the town on the Mississippi River at
Water’s Point. Admission $5.00. Group tours by
reservation. Available for weddings and events. For
information and tours, contact Kimmswick City Hall
at 636.464.7407.
Weekly Event: Anheuser Thursdays - Lunch at The
Blue Owl, Dessert, Beverage, plus tax & gratuity, a
Shopping Passport for participating Merchants, and a
Guided Tour of the Anheuser Estate. Call
636.464.3128 for more details or to make a
P. Historic Post Office
In continuous operation in the City of
Kimmswick since 1858. Donated to
the City by Lucianna Gladney Ross, December 2010.
In Memory of
Lucianna Gladney Ross
Lucianna Gladney Ross was our
Matriarch of Kimmswick. As an
heir to the 7-Up Co., Mrs. Ross
had the monies to invest in a
project. As a child, she and her
family would travel to their
summer home in Kimmswick.
People came by train or riverboat to enjoy time in this popular
river town. As time passed, the
highways were built making automobiles popular, and the riverboats and trains stopped
coming. The condition of the town became very
run-down. Mrs. Ross visited Kimmswick in the 1970’s
and her heart was broken as historic buildings had
been torn down or were in deplorable condition. She
decided to restore and revitalize the town, this became
her project for many years to come! Mrs. Ross passed
away on January 24, 2012, at the age of 96. In 2013,
Mrs. Ross’ family gifted The Visitor Center building to
the Kimmswick Historical Society. It was her desire that
the Maul House continue to serve as a welcome center
for guests. Our promise as Kimmswick Merchants is to
keep her spirit and vision alive!
Enjoy the Hospitality
of our restaurants, wide variety of
goods in our many gift shops and
galleries, or tour one of our
wonderful museums. Forty-four
buildings within the seven block
commercial district have been
recently added to The National
Registry of Historic Places.
Public Restrooms are available at
the Kimmswick Visitor Center as
well as all Dining Establishments.
Kimmswick is located 25 minutes
south of downtown St. Louis.
Take I-55 south to exit 186
Annual Events
Strawberry Festival
(First Full Weekend in June)
Girlfriends Days
(Dates listed on Website)
Witches’ Night Out
Apple Butter Festival
(Last Full Weekend in October)
Christmas Open House & Parade
(Saturday before Thanksgiving)
Christmas Festival & Cookie Walk
(First Weekend in December)
For a full schedule of events: GOKimmswick.com &
Tuesday-Friday: 10-4
Saturday & Sunday: 10-5
Closed on Mondays
Established in 1859