Some popular tourist attractions in Creve Coeur, Missouri include The New Jewish Theater and a number of historical sites. The town also hosts numerous public art displays.
The New Jewish Theater is a small black box theater that offers an intimate setting to enjoy community theatre.
Historical sites include 2 pioneer-era log cabins. The Hackmann Cabin, whose earliest room is restored to the pioneer era, was built in 1842. The Clester Log Cabin exemplifies an American settler’s log cabin and contains one room, a fireplace and a loft.
The town hosts more than 12 pieces of public art including “Caught in a Storm” at the Creve Coeur Executive Office Park and multiple works of art at the St. Monica Catholic Church.