Have extra time on your hands? Not for long. Explore some of the many attractions and events that St. Louis has to offer.
Delmar Loop – This six-block entertainment and shopping district is packed with hip bars, eclectic restaurants, live music venues, vintage clothing boutiques and a Hollywood-inspired walk of fame featuring St. Louis celebrities
Blueberry Hill – Landmark restaurant and music club for touring acts as well as St. Louis’ top bands
St. Louis Art Museum – View a collection of art ranging across centuries and cultures from sculpture and oil paintings to charcoal drawings and photography at the St. Louis Art Museum.
Fabulous Fox Theatre – There’s no place finer than the Fabulous Fox for dazzling live theater, where you can catch the Broadway bug with a play, concert or dance troupe
Delmar Hall – Delmar Hall’s mission is to be St. Louis’ premier mid-level concert venue, filling the void left when Mississippi Nights, the beloved riverfront club, closed
St. Louis Science Center – Find out what it’s like to venture out into the wild, journey under the sea or fly high up in the air at the four-story Omnimax Theater, a film experience unlike any other. See a thrilling space show at the Planetarium, one of nation’s leading space education facilities
Busch Stadium – Home of the St. Louis Cardinals, the city’s Major League Baseball franchise
Enterprise Center – The home of the St. Louis Blues Hockey Club, Enterprise Center also features a full range of arena programming, including concerts, ice shows, family shows and other sporting events.
The Magic House@St. Louis Children’s Museum – Will engage all children with hands-on learning experiences that spark imagination, pique curiosity, enhance creativity and develop problem-solving skills within a place of beauty, wonder, joy and magic
The Pageant – Get your live music fix at The Pageant, ranked one of the top five concert venues in the world by Pollstar
The Gateway Arch – Bringing together art, nature, history, and adventure, the Gateway Arch is an inspiration as well as a destination. Spend a few hours or a whole day.
St. Louis Aquarium – Opening in Winter, 2020! Your journey through the St. Louis Aquarium starts along a freshwater river and the shallow waters of a salt marsh, then moves into the deep, dark abyss of the ocean open.
Art Hill in Forest Park – Located between the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Emerson Grand Basin, expansive Art Hill is one of Forest Park’s most iconic and beloved locations. It is home to summer picnics and winter sledding, concerts and film series and much more.
Forest Park – Once home to the 1904 World’s Fair, Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United States. It attracts 12 million visitors a year with world-class attractions and scenic walking and biking trails. Other points of interest include the Jewel Box, a beautiful greenhouse filled with magnificent floral displays, the golf courses and the World’s Fair Pavilion
National Blues Museum – The National Blues Museum explores the Blues and celebrates the genre as the foundation of all modern American music.
Missouri Botanical Garden – Explore 79 acres of lush gardens, landscape architecture, greenhouses and conservatories at the oldest Botanical Garden in the United States.
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum – A state-of-the-art museum facility in downtown St. Louis that honors military service, veterans and their families. Soldiers Memorial shares American military history through the lens of St. Louis
Discover Kirkwood – Spanning sixteen square blocks, Kirkwood, Missouri is a charming, pedestrian-friendly city filled with turn-of-the-century buildings and more than 100 specialty shops and restaurants, as well as a Farmers’ Market with an abundance of local produce, specialty food items and plants for sale. Only 10 miles from Washington University.
Grandel Theatre – Concerts, plays, musicals, dance performances, comedy shows, and much more find a home at The Grandel.
Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Brewery – Take a tour of the historic Anheuser-Busch Brewery, where you can visit the Budweiser Clydesdales and sample a variety of premium brands
St. Louis Zoo – One of the city’s many free attractions, the Saint Louis Zoo has been recognized as one of the nation’s leading zoological parks
City Museum – Explore the City Museum’s unique all-ages playground filled with caves, slides and climbing apparatus made from recycled and found objects.
The Muny – Bathe in moonlight during an outdoor show at Forest Park’s The Muny, the nation’s largest outdoor amphitheater dedicated solely to musical theater.
Six Flags St. Louis – Six Flags St. Louis and Hurricane Harbor water park combine two great parks in one great place for the perfect family getaway.
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