Welcome to Historic Frenchtown Association!

Frenchtown is a historic neighborhood and business district on the northeastern edge of St. Charles, Missouri. It features an up-and-coming antiques and art district, a treasure trove of French-colonial-style architecture, and a vibrant small-town feeling. We love our neighborhood!

Whether you’re here to search for vintage goods and local handcrafted art, to stroll through a neighborhood in search of beautifully-preserved 19th-century houses, to play and picnic at one of the nearby parks, or to connect with neighbors at a meeting or potluck (see our Events page)— welcome!

More Information: http://historicfrenchtown.org/frenchtown-information/

Featured Pages

Frenchtown Businesses

Frenchtown hosts an eclectic shopping experience, with antique malls, local arts and crafts, bridal shops, a history museum, and a wide range of services. Check out all that Frenchtown’s business district has to offer!


The Historic Frenchtown Association is a local non-profit organization dedicated to keeping Frenchtown a great place to live and work.  We host, sponsor or participate in many activities throughout the year. The Association is also a very active liaison in our local government with HFA member representatives appointed by the Mayor serving on the Landmarks Board and Convention and Visitor’s Board.  Our board also meets […]

Parks and Recreation

If you’re looking for some of St. Charles’s most beautiful parks, Frenchtown is the perfect jumping-off point! Our neighborhood is the gateway to woodland trails, sports fields, brand-new playgrounds, greenways, gardens, and breathtaking views of the Missouri River. • Frenchtown Park St. Charles’s smallest park, located on Second Street between Montgomery and Lawrence Streets, is a nice place to sit and relax in the shade […]