Old Barn Inn at St. Albans

Old Barn Inn at St. Albans is a historic barn venue nestled in the scenic, rolling hills that run along the Missouri River. And you’d never know that it’s located only ten minutes outside of Chesterfield! Old Barn Inn was originally built in 1843 as a barn, and the main building was expanded and transformed into the inn in 1928. Its outdoor pavilion, stone fireplace, water features, outdoor chandeliers and tree-lined terrace make this space feel elegant and cozy all at once. Old Barn Inn is sure to impress your guests, no matter the event you’re hosting.

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Old Barn Inn is nestled in the scenic rolling hills along the Missouri River, a convenient 10-minute drive west of the St. Louis County suburb of Chesterfield. This territory was once considered America’s western frontier, and the historic property is built on lands first charted by Lewis and Clark.

Originally built in 1843 as a barn, the main building of the Old Barn Inn was transformed and expanded in 1928. Today, the Old Barn Inn features a new outdoor pavilion with a large stone fireplace, a beautiful water feature, three iron chandeliers, ceiling fans and retractable, transparent side walls. There is also a large tree-lined limestone terrace adjacent to the pavilion with a wood-burning pizza oven, bar and stone fireplace.

Old Barn Inn is nestled in the scenic rolling hills along the Missouri River, a convenient 10-minute drive west of the St. Louis County suburb of Chesterfield. This territory was once considered America’s western frontier, and the historic property is built on lands first charted by Lewis and Clark.

Originally built in 1843 as a barn, the main building of the Old Barn Inn was transformed and expanded in 1928. Today, the Old Barn Inn features a new outdoor pavilion with a large stone fireplace, a beautiful water feature, three iron chandeliers, ceiling fans and retractable, transparent side walls. There is also a large tree-lined limestone terrace adjacent to the pavilion with a wood-burning pizza oven, bar and stone fireplace.

Old Barn Inn is nestled in the scenic rolling hills along the Missouri River, a convenient 10-minute drive west of the St. Louis County suburb of Chesterfield. This territory was once considered America’s western frontier, and the historic property is built on lands first charted by Lewis and Clark.

Originally built in 1843 as a barn, the main building of the Old Barn Inn was transformed and expanded in 1928. Today, the Old Barn Inn features a new outdoor pavilion with a large stone fireplace, a beautiful water feature, three iron chandeliers, ceiling fans and retractable, transparent side walls. There is also a large tree-lined limestone terrace adjacent to the pavilion with a wood-burning pizza oven, bar and stone fireplace.

Old Barn Inn is nestled in the scenic rolling hills along the Missouri River, a convenient 10-minute drive west of the St. Louis County suburb of Chesterfield. This territory was once considered America’s western frontier, and the historic property is built on lands first charted by Lewis and Clark.

Originally built in 1843 as a barn, the main building of the Old Barn Inn was transformed and expanded in 1928. Today, the Old Barn Inn features a new outdoor pavilion with a large stone fireplace, a beautiful water feature, three iron chandeliers, ceiling fans and retractable, transparent side walls. There is also a large tree-lined limestone terrace adjacent to the pavilion with a wood-burning pizza oven, bar and stone fireplace.