The Bolduc House Museum is a collection of French colonial houses in the first colonial town in Missouri, Ste. Genevieve, including the Louis Bolduc House, a National Historic Landmark. We are open year-round, seven days a week. Our shop is an extension of our educational mission to tell the never-ending Bolduc story as well as the larger story of New France - the OTHER Colonial America. We hope that you will make a trip to see our vertical log houses, our eighteenth century French kitchen garden, our Eastern Woodland Indian Village, the exhibits: This Community of Cultures - the Shawnee & Delaware Indian Experience in Eastern Missouri, and This Community of Cultures - the African Experience in Colonial Ste. Genevieve. While you are here we know that you will enjoy browsing in our museum shop. For those of you who are visiting virtually online, we hope you will make this version of the museum shop a frequent stop. Of course, if you do not see something you would like to purchase in our online shop, we invite you to call and talk to one of us at 573-883-3105 during the hours that the museum is open or email us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. Someone will answer your email within 24 business hours of receiving it.