Journey back to another time and relive the adventures, dangers and joyous events of the famous American longhunter and pioneer, Daniel Boone. Visit the home where he lived in his last years and learn the history of this legendary folk hero.
There is no admission fee to enter the park grounds or the village grounds. Guests may stop by any time during park hours to take a self-guided tour of the outside of the Boone Home and village buildings onsite. The park is open 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Sunday. Off-season hours are mid-December to late March with tours only available on weekends. Please note that here is a fee to tour the inside of the Boone Home; information is listed below in the “Guided Tours” section.
Guided tours of the Historic Daniel Boone Home are available during park hours. Groups wanting to tour the Home should make a reservation at least two weeks in advance by calling the St. Charles County Parks Department at 636-949-7535. Tours include a guided tour of three levels of the Historic Daniel Boone Home. In addition to the Home tour, guests may request an extended tour of the property to view three to five buildings in the village at no extra cost. The village tour is dependent on staff availability. Village buildings typically are open only during special events.
Adult - $8
Senior (60+) - $6
Child (age 5–12) - $5
Active/Retired Military and Children 4 and under are free
As a courtesy, admission is free for bus drivers with registered tours.
A Special Note About Tours and School Groups
We are happy to help visitors and area students learn about Daniel Boone, Missouri history and pioneer life throughout the year. However, this means that we are sometimes limited on the types of tours we can offer other visitors when field trips are on site. If you are interested in visiting us on weekday mornings, please call ahead of time at 636-949-7535 to make a reservation. We can't wait to show you around the Boone Home!
Group Size Policy
Policies regarding the sizes of group tours of the Historic Daniel Boone Home at Lindenwood have been put in place to preserve and protect each of the village’s historic buildings. Tours of the Boone Home will be limited to 30 individuals per floor. If groups are larger than 30 people, the group will be split into smaller groups and rotated through the three floors. Similar policies are in place for the historic village.