Later in became part of the Anheuser family estate and 80 acres were deed to August Busch when he married into the family. The Busch family built a mansion and lived on the premises for a number of years. It was later turned into a animal preserve and houses animals from 6 continents. It is also the home of a number of the world famous Clydesdale horses.
Grant's farm has since been sold to InBev, Inc. who still maintain the animal sanctuary, as well as the Clydesdales and a carriage museum.
Above is a picture of me, Sexy, and my daughter at the front entrance of Grant's Farm under the Anhueser Busch logo.
This is the actual cabin that was home to Ulysses S. Grant and his wife.
Here we are in front of a life sized Clydesdale horse statue in front of the barns.
These are actual horses from the St. Louis hitch.
Sexy and my daughter in front of one of the wagons pulled by the hitch.