The 5 Best Places to Visit in St. Louis

St. Louis is a bustling city filled with all sorts of things to do. Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, we can’t go out just yet, but here are a few attractions to look forward to visiting during your time in St. Louis after the global health crisis surpasses.

The Gateway Arch

One of the premiere attractions in St. Louis, The Gateway Arch is a must-see for first time visitors. There’s a tram ride to the top of the Arch, a new museum, shopping at the Arch Store, the Arch Café and a variety of boat rides available to try.

St. Louis Zoo

This world-renowned zoo features more than 17,000 animals, most of which are rare and endangered. While you’re here, make sure to meet Huckleberry and Finley, two grizzly bear siblings who arrived to the zoo in 2017.

Missouri Botanical Garden

Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the country’s oldest botanical garden still in operation. This Missouri staple features 79 acres of gardens and multiple historic attractions. Nature lovers won’t want to miss out on this one.

St. Louis City Museum

This landmark is home to MonstroCity, the World’s Largest Jungle Gym. The Seasonal Rooftop Garden is another big hit, featuring a working 1940’s Ferris wheel, multiple slides, skipping fountains, and a beautiful view of St. Louis from atop the dome. For family fun, this is the place to be.

St. Louis Cardinals Busch Stadium Tours

These tours are a huge hit amongst first-time visitors. Come see where the St. Louis Cardinals play! Group rates are available for groups of 25 or more. This attraction is seasonal, so be sure to call for availability and other information.

During your next meeting or event at The Knight Center, our staff would be happy to point you in the direction of any fun activities in St. Louis you won’t want to miss. Visit our attractions page on our website for more details.

St. Louis Arch