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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Restoring a historic building is a continuous and never-ending project but it is our passion and the worthiest of projects. Our desire is to preserve elegant Taille de Noyer along with all the memories and treasures it contains for generations to come. Would you like to help us?Become A Member Make A Donation
Events Upcoming EVENTS
Members and friends of the Florissant Valley Historical Society are invited to an enjoyable afternoon. on Sunday, September 16 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm at Taille de Noyer, 1896 New Florissant Rd. (McCluer High School Campus). Dan Fuller, a Master Guide a [...]
The Florissant Valley Historical Society announced the Society's upcoming meeting on Sunday, April 22 at Taille de Noyer at 2 p.m. Valerie Battle Kienzle, author and journalist will talk about her book, "What's With St. Louis" - the 2016 book provide [...]
News Our Latest NEWS
Historical Society volunteers, Connie Krauss, Dorothy Ernst, Jean Hilmer, Vicki Egan, and Mary Kay G [...]View more
Our annual Bouillion Party on January 28 was a tremendous success with over 50 people in attendance! [...]View more
Tours available every Sunday from 1:00-4:00pm or by appointment.