Destination St. Louis

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Gateway Arch

Take a trip to one of St. Louis’ main attractions, the Gateway Arch. There are plenty of activities to endure at the arch. A tram ride to the top of the 630 feet tall architectural wonder is an absolute must.

Busch Stadium

Sit back, have fun and catch the St. Louis Cardinals in action at Busch Stadium. Not only will you be able to enjoy a great game but you’ll also enjoy the view. From the seats of the ballpark you’ll be able to see some of the city.

Forest Park

Absorb the beauty of St. Louis at the Forest Park. With multiple attractions and destinations, there is plenty to do and see at the park. Enjoy, eat and explore all of what it has to offer. 

National Blues Museum

Get an earful of rhythmic bliss at Missouri’s own creative display of the Blues and its history. Experience the rich sounds of blues and indulge yourself in the culture. 

St. Louis Art Museum 

Lose yourself and see cultural art through the different galleries and exhibitions at this attraction. With collections featuring African, Asian, European, Islamic art and art from other parts of the world you’ll be able to observe many cultures all in one museum. 

Missouri Botanical Garden

There’s nothing like a walk in a botanical garden. See what all the talk is about for yourself. There will be plenty of exciting activities to partake in, including the 216th birthday celebration of Henry Shaw, Missouri Botanical Garden founder.

Ballpark Village 

Looking for a fun time? Well look no further! The Ballpark Village has all your entertainment needs. Not only is it a great place to eat incredible food but you can also visit the Cardinals Hall of Fame & Museum, grab sportswear at Majestic Athletic and hang-out at the Busch II Infield.

City Garden 

The City Garden takes art to another level. From massive-sized sculptures to its extraordinary collection of plants you will be amazed.

Old Courthouse

Be in the same courtrooms where history was made. You will get a chance to learn about the judicial system of the mid 1800’s. Also, discovery two of the most well-known cases of the Old Courthouse which were Dred Scott and his wife Harriet suing for their freedom and Virginia Minor fighting for women’s right to vote. By the way, don’t forget to check out the unique character of the building itself.

Delmar Loop

Visit the fun and culture-filled Delmar Loop. Whether you would like to eat or shop, there’s much to do that everyone can enjoy.