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1452 Telegraph Rd
St Louis, MO 63125
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Premier Businesses in St Louis, MO

Show Me Blinds & Shutters

Show Me Blinds & Shutters

  • • Custom Blinds, Draperies & Shutters
  • • Free In-Home Consultation
  • • Motorized Window Coverings
(314) 909-1177
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Hoffmann Brothers

Hoffmann Brothers

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(314) 664-3011
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Hoffmann Brothers

Hoffmann Brothers

  • • Talk To A Real Person For Real
  • • Licensed - Bonded - Insured
(314) 664-3011
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Things To Do in St Louis, MO

St Louis African Arts Festival

St Louis African Arts Festival

Watch performing artists, shop, and learn through cultural demonstrations at the St. Louis African Arts Festival, held in Forest Park during the last four days of May. There is even a Children's Village, full of fun and educational activities for the young and young at heart.

(314) 325-2291
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Lemp Mansion

Lemp Mansion

Enjoy a good fright? Check out the Lemp Mansion, a historic building that has been remodeled into a restaurant and cozy inn. Owned by the unfortunate Lemp family during the 1860s, the ghosts of this family supposedly haunt the mansion today. Each room has a tale of its own. Guests can take a tour of this historic and haunted mansion, participate in the Murder Mystery Dinner Theater on weekends and party with the ghosts during Halloween.

(314) 664-8024
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Compton Heights

Compton Heights

Visit one of the oldest planned residential neighborhoods in America. Compton Heights is located in the Compton Hill Historical District, and the neighborhood's design is practically as unchanged now as it was when it was constructed in 1889. It consists of 200 homes maintained and preserved over the decades by St. Louis zoning laws.

(314) 776-2227
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