Historic Samuel Cupples House and Gallery






The historic Samuel Cupples House on the campus of Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri serves as a gallery for SLU's collection of fine and decorative art dating from before 1919. The Eleanor Turshin Glass Collection is shown throughout the house, which was once the home of wealthy St. Louis entrepreneur Samuel Cupples. Cupples House was placed on the National Historic Register in 1976.

The McNamee Gallery, located on the lowest level of Cupples House, hosts exhibitions of art by SLU students and faculty from the fine and performing arts department, as well as visiting artists.  

Walk-in visits to Cupples House are welcome for groups of all sizes. Learn more about visiting Cupples House.  

Regular Hours (These hours are subject to change, so please call ahead.) 
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Tuesday - Saturday
3673 West Pine Mall
St. Louis, Missouri

Contact the Cupples House at 314-977-6631

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