Kick off your weekend at the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park! Thursday Nights at the Museum is a weekly series that is sometimes the most fun, sometimes the most thought-provoking, and always the most interesting night of your week. The museum exhibits are open late, and you’ll enjoy cash bar and food for purchase, pop-up activities, concerts, lectures, and more.

What keeps Eads Bridge standing? Where is the River des Peres hiding? Is half of downtown actually built on quicksand? Join us for an evening filled with fascinating stories of hidden details lurking among St. Louis’s built environment. Public Historian Amanda Clark will interrogate experts about the secret intricacies of some of the most iconic St. Louis manmade landmarks, and the audience will decide which St. Louis structure wins the shutdown.