World's Fair Links
Visit these World Fair related websites for more
In these pages are an overview of the 1904
St. Louis World's Fair, buildings, facts, and trivia. There's
several pages about the Pike and its attractions, myths and legends,
memorabilia, current and vintage World's Fair books,
links to other websites, and several calendars about events at "The
Greatest of Expositions."
Scenes from the 1904 World's Fair "The Greatest of Expositions Completely Illustrated" Stop by Kathryn C. Kuenzel's site to see her wonderful collection of lithographs, detailed information and extensive list of world's fair links.
The Official Guide to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition This was the only "Official Guide" to the exposition. It is an original 1904 book of 200 pages which have been digitized. It contains an accurate and thorough survey of the World's Fairgrounds with detailed descriptions.
This is the homepage for The 1904 World's Fair Society, an organization of 1904 Fair enthusiasts. If you have questions about the fair or its memorabilia, these are the people to contact.
Me at the Fair This is another very informative and well put
together site about the 1904 Fair created by Bill Gamber and Ken
Withers. It is really old, but still a fun look back.
Explore a map of the 1904
World's Fair in St. Louis The
Missouri History Museum produced this overlay map in 1996
to show the locations of attractions at the World's Fair as
they would appear today in and near Forest Park.
The St. Louis Public Library has lots of good information about the 1904 Fair, including several books not available through Amazon.
This site is a fantastic resource for those interested in World's
Fair history, architecture and memorabilia. It contains an extensive,
well organized set of links covering the last 150 years of international
expositions, as well as what's coming in the future. If you would
like to discuss your interests in World's Fairs, join their
In celebration of the centennial of the 1904 World's Fair, the Missouri Historical Society presents a museum exhibit that embodies the sights, sounds and splendor of the Fair. Far more than a nostalgic journey, the exhibit is an exploration of the aspirations and visions of the future held by the men, women and children of 1904.
The mission of the World's Fair Historical Society is to preserve the history of world's fairs and educate the public about how important this history is and how it has impacted society. Also known as international expositions or expos, many innovations and inventions have come from these events and many ideas on how to better society have come out them. This is history that a lot of people are not aware of and needs to be promoted so others can learn about it.