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Location & Directions

The Jefferson Memorial Building, completed in 1913 with proceeds from the 1904 World's Fair, was the first national monument to President Thomas Jefferson, also known today as the father of American wine. Built on the site of the main entrance to the World's Fair, the building commemorated Thomas Jefferson’s role in the Louisiana Purchase. This location is a perfect venue to celebrate Norton, the true American wine.

Festival Location

Missouri History Museum at Lindell & DeBaliviere in Forest Park, St. Louis
5700 Lindell Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63112

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General Directions

Please note: Hwy 40/Interstate 64 is undergoing major road construction. To get the latest information on lane closings, please visit the I-64 construction website.

From I-40/64
Take Kings Highway exit NORTH. Turn LEFT on West Pine. Turn LEFT on Lindell Boulevard. Missouri History Museum is at the intersections of Lindell Boulevard & Debaliviere

From I-70
Take I-70 east to I-170 SOUTH Exit on Forest Park Parkway East Turn RIGHT on DeBaliviere Missouri History Museum is at the intersections of Lindell Blvd. & Debaliviere

From Illinois
Take I-40/64 WEST Exit Kings Highway NORTH (right) Turn LEFT onto West Pine Turn LEFT onto Lindell Blvd. Missouri History Museum is on the left at the intersections of Lindell Blvd. & Debaliviere

From I-55
Take I-55 to I-44 WEST Exit Hampton Ave. NORTH into Forest Park Road will make a sharp left turn At the first stop sign, turn RIGHT onto Government Drive Turn LEFT at next stop sign into circle drive Turn LEFT on first street Turn LEFT at next stop sign Missouri History Museum will be on your right.

From I-44
Exit Hampton Ave. NORTH Follow above directions through the park

Getting here by MetroLink

Get to your Destination in a snap and get in on the Deal$. Use Metro ’s TripFinder to plan your trip from home to the Missouri History Museum. Simply enter your home address as your “Origin” and the Missouri History Museum as your “Destination” and search for the perfect trip, on Metro! Exit MetroLink at the Forest Park Stop History Museum is 2 blocks to the south along DeBaliviere.

With Metro's Destination Deal$, you get even more value for riding MetroLink or Metro. Simply Zip2 the Fun at the Missouri History Museum (Take MetroLink to the Forest Park-DeBaliviere Station, or ride the #90 Hampton MetroBus or the #1 WUSTL-Gold MetroBus), flash your valid Metro Fare (Ticket, Transfer, or Pass) and Save $2 on admission to the American Visions of Liberty and Freedom exhibition.


50% of the proceeds from this historic event will be donated to the Missouri Historical Society.

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