More What to See in St. Louis

Here are just some of the great things to see and do while in St. Louis

 

Downtown Trolley tour
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Get to know St. Louis from the comfort of an old time trolley! 75-minute narrated tour will show you the city! Tours depart at 10am, 12noon, 2pm and 4pm. Cost: $20 for adults; $18 for seniors; $10 for children 6-12. For more information, call 01 (314) 910-7981.

St. Louis Cardinals
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Catch exciting Major League Baseball action and cheer for the St. Louis Cardinals, 10-time World Series Champions.

Raging Rivers Waterpark
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Along the scenic Great River Road in Grafton, Illinois, Raging Rivers Waterpark is cool when it's hot! From the Zoomin' Cascade Body Flumes to the lazy Endless River, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

National Shrine of our Lady of Snows
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Largest outdoor shrine in the country. Twelve devotional areas located on 200 acres. On premise restaurant, gift shop and hotel. Unique architecture and beautiful, imaginative landscaping, you can be at peace while shopping, dining or becoming spiritually renewed.

Saint Louis Science Center
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Experience mystery and exploration through exciting adventures at the Saint Louis Science Center! Explore 700+ exhibits, the OMNIMAX theater, Planetarium, special traveling exhibitions and more.

Missouri History Museum
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Originally built as the first national monument to Thomas Jefferson, the Missouri History Museum is a must-see during your visit to St. Louis. See The Spirit of St. Louis - sister plane to Lindbergh's, marvel at the magnitude of the 1094 World's Fair, investigate St. Louis' French heritage, learn the city's role in the national Civil Rights struggle, and discover the roots of performers like Miles Davis and Josephine Baker.

Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House
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A cultural and educational attraction. Visitors will see over a thousand butterflies in free flight and actually witness the mystery of metamorphosis.

Meramec Caverns
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Go underground to the largest cave in Missouri and view some of the most beautiful and rare mineral formations in the world! Guided tours of the natural wonder, including Jesse James' Hideout. Other services in the park include gift shop, restaurant, riverboat rides and canoe rentals, sluicing operation, motel, campground and picnic areas.

Meramec Caverns Caveman Zipline
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Experience the rush and adventure of cruising amongst the treetop canopies on four ziplines and three sky bridges. Reach speeds of 50mph!

Missouri Botanical Garden
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Explore the many gardens and attend special events offered at the Missouri Botanical Gardens. A National Historic Landmark founded in 1859 with 79 acres of scenic landscaping and historic structures. Don't miss the Climatron tropical rainforest, the Japanese Gardens, Seiwa-en and founder Henry Shaw's Victorian home.

Six Flags St. Louis
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Non-stop, over the top, high-speed thrills around every turn. Heart pounding roller coasters, family rides and attractions are just the ticket to fun for kids of all ages. Visit Hurricane Harbor, a 12-acre water park, free with admission.

Gateway Arch Riverboats at the Core of Discovery
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The Core of Discovery is a downtown St. Louis attractions district - anchored by the Gateway Arch - that offers a wealth of fun, and often surprising, activities to explore, experience and discover for out-of-town and local visitors alike, especially families. Take a ride on replica 19th century paddle wheel boats, Tom Sawyer and Becky Thatcher, located on the riverfront below the south leg of the Gateway Arch.

Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site
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Largest prehistoric city north of Mexico, dating from AD 700-1400. Interpretive Center has impressive show, dioramas and exhibits of Mississippian culture and artifacts. Walk the grounds established by Native Americans! Learn about the Mississippian culture and how it developed.

The Muny
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The Muny is an 11,000 seat ampitheatre producing Broadway's best under the stars. Located in the heart of beautiful Forest Park, the Muny is the country's oldest and largest outdoor musical theatre.

Especially for Children:

The Magic House
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Voted the number one children's museum in the U.S., The Magic House offers four levels of more than 100 hands-on exhibits that are both fun and educational for kids from 1 to 101. Explore the Children's Village, take a trip down a three-story slide, watch your hair stand on end and discover the magic of our world.

Grant's Farm
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Where you can experience face-to-face animal encounters! The 281 acre ancestral home of the Busch family is home to more than 1,000 animals representing more than 100 different species from six continents.

Eugene Field House and St. Louis Toy Museum
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Childhood home of Eugene Field, children's poet, and his father, Roswell Field, lawyer for Dred Scott. With numerous collections, including toys and books, along with exhibits and workshops, you can keep the family busy.

The Edge
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Enjoy time with the family at the world's largest laser tag arena! Afterwards, grab a bite to eat or a game of mini golf. The Edge has the world's largest laser tag arena, The Links Miniature Golf Course and a large video arcade. 15 minutes from downtown St. Louis.