WELCOME Florissant Valley HISTORICAL SOCIETY
TAILLE DE NOYER
The Florissant Valley Historical Society is housed in the elegant Taille de Noyer House. Taille de Noyer is an historic antebellum home with stately pillars across the front veranda and is believed to be one of the oldest remaining homes in St. Louis County. The oldest section, a two-room log cabin used as a fur trading post, dates back to 1790.
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Maintaining a historic property is a never-ending task. It takes many hands. Understanding all of the property's history is also a continuous undertaking. We are always learning more, researching more, and sharing more about BOTH of Taille de Noyer's stories. We need you. Would you like to help us?Become A Member Make A Donation
Publications Community CONNECTIONS
IN THIS ISSUE Lucy Delaney: Her Pursuit of Freedom Our series on slavery ends with the triumphant st [...]View more
Announcing--a new book from FVHS! In the Walnut Grove examines slavery at Taille de Noyer, in Floris [...]View more
December 1 is Giving Tuesday; FVHS is Participating The Florissant Valley Historical Society is part [...]View more
We are offering appointment-only tours due to COVID-19.
We will reopen fully when safe to do so.