Here is an ever-changing list of the cake locations and what they have done with their cakes. Please keep in mind that this list can change/be altered at any time. This is the list as of June 2020. I did NOT include the names of the winning bidders and private property cake owners.

Many thanks go to numerous people (too many to mention!) for compiling this list, along with adding and providing information, be it by e-mail or the Facebook group. If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of the cakes, please contact the webmaster’s email ( We will keep your info private.

Also please note that there are some cakes that have taken part in the cakewalk, as well as being placed at some locations around the St. Louis area. There is now a section devoted to that (keep scrolling). I have provided links to the pages of cakes that are still on display.

Cakes that were sold in the Biddingforgood auction on 1/1/2015*:

*-all of these are now placed on private property unless otherwise noted

Anheuser-Busch Brewery
Ashley Street Power House/Riverfront Trail
August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area
Basilica of Saint Louis (Old Cathedral)
Bevo Mill (it was located nearby at the Luna Lounge, but is no longer there)
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri
Brightside St. Louis
Campbell House Museum
Carondelet Park
Cartoon cake/Let’s Celebrate
Centene Center for the Arts & Education
Centennial Greenway/KATY Trail (see below at ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)
Cherokee Business District
Christ Church Cathedral
Columbia Bottom Conservation Area
Creve Coeur Lake
Eads Bridge
Emmis Communications
Fairground Park
Forest Park Forever
Fort Belle Fontaine
Fort Zumwalt Park
Fountain Park/MLK Statue
Frank Lloyd Wright House
Gateway Arch
Gateway Harley-Davidson (while this cake sold, it was continued to be on display throughout 2015 and 2016. It is now on private property)
General Daniel Bissell House
Grand Basin/Fair Saint Louis
Grant’s Farm
Grants Trail
Heritage House
The Hill   (now sits in front of Columbia Auto Repair, 5335 Southwest Avenue)
Historic Trinity Lutheran Church
James S. McDonnell Planetarium
Jay International/South Grand  (now at St. Pius V Catholic Church, 3310 S. Grand)
Jefferson Bank and Trust
Jefferson Barracks Historic Site Visitor’s Center
Jewel Box
Kirkwood Train Station
Lafayette Square Plaza
Laumeier Sculpture Park
Le Grange de Terre (Big Mound)
Lone Elk Park
Mary Meachum Freedom Crossing
Missouri Athletic Club
Missouri History Museum
Museum of Transportation  (see below ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)
National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows
National Blues Museum
Off Broadway  (re-painted as Co-Exist cake; see “Cherokee Cakewalk” below)
Old Chain of Rocks Bridge
Old Courthouse
Opera Theatre Saint Louis
Our Lady of the Rivers at Portage des Sioux  (see below ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)
Peabody Opera House
Powell Hall  (see below ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)
Rockwoods Reservation
Saint Louis University
Saint Louis Zoo
Scottrade Center
The Sheldon
Shrine of St. Joseph
Shrine of St. Rose Philippine Duchesne
Soldiers Memorial  (see below ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)
Soulard Market
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
St. Louis Arena
St. Louis Children’s Hospital
St. Louis Public Library/Central Library
Steinberg Skating Rink
Turtle Park
University City Lion Gates
Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis
Wainwright Building
Webster University
World’s Fair Pavilion

Cakes that have been sold by the location by auction:

Butterfly House at Faust Park
Famous Footwear/Brown Shoe Company
Green Center
Historic Hanley House
Katherine Dunham Museum
The Lodge at Des Peres
Moonrise Hotel
The Muny
St. Joseph’s Academy  (won but donated back to the school)
Scott Field Heritage Air Park
Shaw Park

Cakes that are no longer at their location (or at least not on display)*:

*-In addition to the ones that were sold in the auction

(Also, please note some of these in this section may have been moved somewhere else on that place’s property. We hope to get information on those mystery ones.  And see below for cakes that have been moved to various places)


  AKC Museum of the Dog (whereabouts are unknown)

 Alton City Hall (was donated to the Friends of Haskell House in Alton and was re-   painted)
 Alton Visitors Center  (was donated to the Friends of Haskell House in Alton)
 Ameren  (both of their cakes)
 America’s Center
 America’s Central Port/YMCA (whereabouts are unknown at the moment)
 Ameristar  (see “Cherokee Cakewalk” below)
 Babler State Park
 Bellefontaine Cemetery
 Blueberry Hill  (reportedly in storage)
 Bonhomme Old Stone Church (see below ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)
 Broadway Oyster Bar  (whereabouts are unknown at the moment)
 Busch Stadium
 Butterfly House at Faust Park  (auctioned it off themselves; now on private property)
 Cahokia Mounds  (will be repainted by its artist Mark Swain)
 Castlewood Park  (whereabouts are unknown)
 Centene Corporation (repainted by a caker and is now the ‘unofficial Ghostbusters   cake’)
 Chase Park Plaza   (supposedly donated back to the city of St. Louis)
 Chess Center  (cake is in storage according to a worker)
 Chuck-a-Burger Drive-In  (sold to someone and is now on private property)
 CIC Cortex  (whereabouts are unknown)
 Clinton County Courthouse (now on private property)
 Compton Hill Water Tower (they originally intended to keep it, but as of 2/26/2015 it is   now reportedly stolen)
 Concordia Seminary (whereabouts are unknown)

Drury Plaza at the Arch
 Edward Jones Dome
 Edward Jones South Campus  (now on private property)
 Fabulous Fox Theatre
 Famous Footwear/Brown Shoe Company  (on private property)
*Ferguson Station Depot (has relocated to Ferguson’s new community center, 1050   Smith off of Hudson Road)
 First Baptist Church
 First Missouri State Capitol  (see below ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)

 Fort San Carlos (whereabouts are unknown)
 Franklin County Courthouse  (whereabouts are unknown)
 Gaslight Square   (reported missing)

 Grand Avenue Water Tower (the cake was destroyed by a snow plowing vehicle as it   was discovered on 2/20/2015; it is now in repairing process)

 Greenville Public Library (cake was re-painted and was on display there and at City   Hall. Its current location is in question. (January 2020)
*The Grove
(was placed at the new LGBT Center or at the Vital Voice magazine, but now   at Metropolitan Community Church (1920 S. 7th, St. Louis, 63104)).Historic Daniel Boone   Home & Heritage Center  (in storage along with the Lindenwood University cake)
 Historic Hanley House (auctioned off and now on private property)
 Holocaust Museum (reportedly destroyed in December 2014)
 Jersey County Courthouse (now on private property)
 Kemp Auto Museum (after the place closed in June ’15, they moved it to storage.   Organization plans on keeping it)
 Kiener Plaza (now at Soulard Art Market)

Laclede’s Landing (no longer hanging at its original location)
 Lafayette Park  (reported missing)
 Lammert Building
 Lincoln Park  (it is now placed at Jones Park in East St. Louis, not far from Jackie   Joyner-Kersee Center)
 Lincoln-Douglas Statue  (now on private property)
 Lindenwood University  (in storage along with the Daniel Boone cake)
*Lyon Park  (see “Cherokee Cakewalk” below)
 Madison County Courthouse (re-painted by the Holiday Shores Ski Club; on display   inside the Holiday Shores Clubhouse)
The Magic House  (in storage inside, but don’t want to get rid of it)
Malcolm Martin Memorial Park
Manchester City Hall (it was placed at Schroeder Park, in a fenced area with pool, but   it is now reportedly in storage)
Meramec Caverns
Mercantile Library
Mississippi River Greenway – Trailhead in Jefferson Barracks Park  (now on private   property)
Missouri Botanical Garden  (sold by MOBOT, now on private property)
Missouri Civil War Museum  (in storage, thought to have been re-displayed at certain   events)
 Monroe County Courthouse
 Monroe County Welcome Center
 Moonrise Hotel  (now on private property)
 National Great Rivers Museum  (reportedly in storage, and may be re-painted by its   artist)
Old Saint Ferdinand Shrine (now on private property)
Pere Marquette Lodge and Conference Center  (now on private property)
Piasa Bird  (was donated to the Friends of Haskell House in Alton and was re-painted)
Robert Wadlow Statue  (reportedly in storage at the Alton Museum)
Ruth Porter Park  (according to someone who works for Great Rivers Greenway, it will   eventually be placed inside their headquarters)
 Saint Louis Art Museum (now on private property)
 Saint Louis Science Center
 Schlafly Bottleworks (on private property)
 Scott Field Heritage Air Park (on private property)
 Shakespeare Festival St. Louis  (whereabouts are unknown, reportedly ‘given away’)
 Shaw Nature Reserve  (on private property)
 Shaw Park (auctioned off and now on private property)
 Skyview Drive-In  (on private property)
 Spirit of St. Louis  (whereabouts are unknown)
  St. Anthony’s Medical Center  (whereabouts are unknown)
  St. Charles County Heritage Museum at Heritage Park (whereabouts are unknown)
  St. Charles Old County Courthouse (whereabouts are unknown)
  St. Joseph’s Academy (auctioned off by them and now on private property)
  St. Louis College of Pharmacy (was in the admissions part of Jones Hall, now   reportedly in storage)
  St. Louis County Courthouse (was displayed in a couple places in STL, but now in    storage by owner)
  St. Louis Union Station  (in storage)
  St. Louis Walk of Fame

Southwestern High School  (whereabouts are unknown)
  Sweetology  (now on private property)
  Taille de Noyer  (caker spotted it wasn’t there in mid-March 2016)
  Ted Drewes  (now on private property)
  Tower Grove Park  (now on private property)

Venice Cafe  (now in the possession of a cake artist)
  Victorian Home Museum  (was donated to the Children’s Dyslexia Center, see   “Repainted Cakes“)
  Vintage Vinyl (re-painted into the Soulard Oktoberfest cake and is now on private   property)
*Warren County Courthouse  (see “Cherokee Cakewalk” below)
  Washington Historical Society  (now on private property)
  Washington University School of Medicine  (see below ‘Cakes displayed at various   places’)
  West Alton Memorial Park  (this one has been reported missing/stolen)

World’s Largest Catsup Bottle (organization said they were keeping it)

The Regional Arts Commission cake at its new spot, on the 3rd floor of RAC!
The Regional Arts Commission cake at its new spot, on the 3rd floor of RAC!

Cakes that are displayed on Cherokee Street (Antique area/East of Jefferson) (September 2019):

Ameristar Casino/Highway70- Amanda Leigh Blalock
#2200 Corner Lot

CoExist Cake- by Mark Swain (Off Broadway by Kris Mosby- repainted)
#2307 Murphy’s Mutts and Cuts

Feasting Fox- by Mark Swain
#2124 Cherokee Elders Antiques

Francis Field- by April Morrison
#2020 DeMay Furs and Antiques (Postcards of all STL250+4 cakes available to purchase)

Gas Light Theatre-by Alison Rieke
#1954 Brent’s Antiques

Kenrick Glennon Seminary- by Bruce Howard
#2200 Corner Lot

Lewis & Clark Boat House and Nature Center- by Ashli England
#2301 Kalbi Taco Shack

Lyon Park/United States Arsenal -by Rich Brooks
#2023 Midwest Pasta

Missouri Native American Heritage -by Mark Swain (First Missouri State Capitol by Lindsay Harmon)
#1955 Remember When

Saturday Morning Cartoons by Mark Swain (Centennial Greenway Gateway/Katy Trail-by Mark Swain)
#1900 Irish Corner Pub

Soldiers Memorial-by Victoria Szulc
#2214 Retro 101

St. Louis City Hall -by Ashley Wenzel
#2110 Lady Janes

St. Louis City Kitty Cats- by Mark Swain (Loretto Hilton by Mark Swain-replainted by Mark Swain)
#2125 St. Louis City Kitties

UMSL- Painted by the Art students of University of Missouri St.Louis
#1821 Lemp Stable

Warren County Courthouse by Patty Spellman

Cakes that are displayed at other various places in St. Louis:

NOTE: Some re-painted cakes are listed here. Some of them have been moved around as they have been part of the Cakelovers’ Cakewalk. The Francis Field, First Missouri State Capitol and the St. Louis Walk of Fame are in transition at the moment, so look for those coming soon.

Bonhomme Old Stone Church – located at the corner of S. Broadway and Stein   (by a small farmer’s garden)

Citygarden – Soulard Art Market  (corner of 12th and Russell at Soulard)

Farotto’s Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria (formerly the Museum of Transportation cake) – 9525 Manchester Road, Rock Hill, MO, 63119

Kiener Plaza – Soulard Art Market (corner of 12th and Russell at Soulard)

Loretto Hilton – located at Urban Eats

Novel Neighbor (formerly the Six Flags cake) – 7905 Big Bend Blvd., St. Louis, MO, 63119 (actually in Webster Groves)

Off Broadway – TBA

Our Lady of the Rivers – located at Pat Connoly’s Tavern (6400 Oakland, St. Louis, MO, 63139)

Powell Hall – Midwest Sheet Music (address), was at Larder & Cupboard, sold to new owners

Soulard Restoration Group – Joanie’s Pizza To-Go  (804 Russell Blvd., St. Louis, MO, 63104)

University City Lion Gates – located at Rack House Winery (5065 Hwy N, Cottleville, MO, 63304)

Washington University School of Medicine – Amy’s Corner Bakeshop  (4476 Chouteau Ave., St. Louis, MO)

YMCA of Greater St. Louis (relocated to South City YMCA, address is 3150 Sublette Avenue)

Cakes that are still at their original location (June 2020):

(please note there are a few that we are not sure about. Please reach out to us if anything is different.)

Aerie’s Riverview Winery
Annie Malone
Barretts Elementary School  (moved inside, but unknown about public display)
Black Madonna Shrine and Grottos (was gone, but now back)
Blue Owl  (the cake was re-painted for their 30th anniversary celebration)
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis
Calhoun County Community Foundation (this was moved next to the Calhoun County Historical Society building, just a very short distance from the cake’s old location)
Carondelet Historical Society – Des Peres School (was in storage but it is now located by the Clark Terry mural in the Carondelet neighborhood)
Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis (New Cathedral)   (has moved indoors; eventually will go into permanent spot in their Mosaic Museum)
Central Institute for the Deaf
Chatillon-Demenil Mansion  (located behind the small building to the left of the mansion)
The Cheshire
Church of the Holy Family  (may move inside their new museum)
City Museum  (still inside, but moved to the 4th floor)
Clementine’s/Soulard Art Market  (now placed at Nadine’s Gin Joint in Soulard)
The College School
Confluence Tower
Crown Candy Kitchen
East St. Louis Municipal Building
Emma Kunz House   (according to the curator of the Victorian Home Museum, they are keeping it, but may be moved out of the lawn at some point)
Endangered Wolf Center   (keeping for sure)
Eugene Field House  (behind the fence)
Express Scripts
Griot Museum of Black History
Harris Stowe State University
Head’s General Store/St. Albans   (plans on keeping it)
Historic Woods Fort  (moved to the back)
Imo’s Pizza  (at the Hampton Ave. location, just off I-64/40)
Jackie Joyner-Kersee Center
Katherine Dunham Museum (planned to sell/auction the cake)

Lafayette Park
Lambert St. Louis International Airport
Left Bank Books
Lemp Mansion (it is no longer sitting in its regular spot, possibly moved inside?)
Lewis & Clark State Historic Site  (keeping for sure; cake will be touched up by its artist sometime)
Luvy Duvy’s/Benton Park  (even though no business occupies the location, the cake still stands)
Mastodon State Historic Site  (has moved to a house near the Visitor’s Center)
Matthews-Dickey Boys & Girl’s Club
Mount Pleasant Estates (cake has been re-painted)
Nine Network  (it is now behind a fence behind the building, they plan to move it someplace outside near the Commons)
Old Cahokia Courthouse
Old North St. Louis
Old Post Office (moved inside the building’s museum)
Payne-Gentry House  (moved to the back of the house)
Purina Farms
Regional Arts Commission  (placed on third floor)
Rigazzi’s  (was gone, but now back and displayed in their front patio)
Sappington House Museum
Scott Joplin House  (keeping for sure)
Shrewsbury Metrolink Station
Soulard Restoration Group  (see above for ‘Cakes displayed at various places’)
SSM Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center   (while they are for sure keeping their cake, it is only available inside their cafeteria. Public access is very limited)
St. Louis Post-Dispatch  (now on display inside at their lobby)
Sumner High School
The Sweet Divine
Tivoli Movie Theatre (now placed inside the foyer)
United Hebrew Congregation  (now located behind the building, by a driveway)
World Bird Sanctuary   (cake to be touched up by its artist, Mark Swain, and they will be keeping it)
Youthbridge Community Foundation  (was indoors, but now outside again)

In addition, the Reunion cake can still be viewed inside the Missouri History Museum.


If you have any information about some of the missing cakes, or any updates, please feel free to comment below, or email the webmaster at

2 thoughts on “2020 Cake Status”

  1. I see that you’ve updated this site through May. I recently visited these two locations and both cakes were still where you described.

    -Old Cahokia Courthouse
    -Lewis and Clark State Historic site

    Thanks to this site I will be visiting a few more locations this fall and can message you if/when I still see the cakes in their locations. 🙂 Thank you for your hard work!

  2. Nanette here, Just a note glad to see this page! That Calhoun County cake is next to their Historical Society it’s an old white building and it’s on the side of the building by their parking lot. You can almost miss it!!
    There is still a cake at the South YMCA on Sublette I think is the street.

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