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Saint Louis

Long known as the Gateway to the West, St. Louis has been an important city in the Midwest since its founding in1794. Serving as a major transportation port on the Mississippi River and an international hub for the 1904 World’s Fair, St. Louis was the first non-European city to host the Olympic Games in the summer of 1904. Today, the city is experiencing an urban renewal that is unrivaled by other urban areas in the U.S. Its most famous landmark, the Gateway Arch, offers a unique perspective on the surrounding city. St. Louis is home to the world champion Cardinals baseball team, and well as the NFL Rams and the NHL Blues. Visitors shouldn’t miss the colorful Laclede’s Landing entertainment district, the numerous jazz and blues clubs, or the one-of-a-kind toasted raviolis.


What to Do in Saint Louis

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Wax Museum
The Wax Museum in St. Louis covers an area of 10,000 square feet with five levels of fascinating wax exhibits. The Laclede’s Landing Wax Museum was founded...
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Your price: $20
Botanical Garden
The Missouri Botanical Garden was established in 1859 and is considered to be the longest running botanical institutions in the USA. It is a National Historic...
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Your price: $16
Campbell House
The Campbell House is operated and owned by a nonprofit organization, the Campbell House Foundation, Inc. it opened on February 6, 1943 and conveniently...
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Cathedral Basilica
The Cathedral Basilica was constructed as a substitute for the previous cathedral of St. Louis which is situated along the Mississippi River. Clearing...
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Catsup Bottle
The World’s Largest Catsup Bottle is situated next to route 159, south of downtown Collinsville, Illinois. The Catsup Bottle was constructed by the W.E....
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Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion
The Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion started to exist on 1848 for the pioneer Henry Chatillon. It was enlarged from its previous form by the prominent businessman...
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Your price: $10
City Garden
The City Garden is a sculpture garden and urban park situated in St. Louis, Missouri. The Gateway Foundation maintains the City Garden which is owned by...
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City Museum
The City Museum was established by Bob Cassilly and his wife Gail Cassilly. The building museum was once an International Shoe Company factory and warehouse....
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Contemporary Art Museum
The Contemporary Art Museum was established 1980. It has been more than thirty years of serving the public in its fourth location, showcasing the true...
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Your price: $16
Darkness Haunted Theme Park
The Darkness is one of the Haunted Houses in St. Louis, Missouri. It has two floors of frightening entertainment with highly advance animatronics, special...
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Dinner Theatre
The Dinner Theatre is an entertainment venue with a combination of musical or play and restaurant meal. The Dinner theatre is also sometimes called as...
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Eugene Field House
The Eugen Field House located in St. Louis, Missouri became the home of the attorney for Dred Scott, Roswell Field. It was constructed in 1829 and considered...
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Forest Park
The Forest park is a prominent civic center and public park which opened in 1876. It is situated west of the city of St. Louis and has a total area of...
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Foundry Art Centre
The Foundry Art Centre stands on the former train car factory, which is a 1940’s structure and was formerly owned by the American Car & Foundry. It is...
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Gateway Arch
The Gateway Arch is one of the most important feature of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, Missouri. It was constructed from February...
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Grant's Farm
The Grant’s Farm is a historic landmark in Grantwood Village, Missouri. The farm was first owned by the Dent Family and was later owned by Ulysses Grant....
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History Museum
The Missouri History Museum is situated in the Forest Park in St. Louis, Missouri. It was established in 1866 and managed by the Missouri Historical Society....
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Lacledes Landing
The Lacledes Landing is a famous tourist destination in St. Louis, Missouri. Its location is north of the East Bridge on the Mississippi Riverfront. It...
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Laumeier Sculpture Park
The Laumeier Sculpture Park was established in 1968 and was originally intended as a memorial to the deceased husband of Matilda C. Laumeier, who is Henry...
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Military Museum
The Soldier’s Memorial is a military museum and memorial which was dedicated in 1936 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt. It is currently managed by the St....
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Museum of Transportation
The Museum of Transportation was established in 1944 by a group of people who has the intention of conserving the past and have collection of vehicles...
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Your price: $16
Old cathedral museum
The Old Cathedral Museum was formerly known as the Cathedral of St. Louis and popularly known as the Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France. The Old Cathedral...
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Saint Louis Art Museum
The Saint Louis Art Museum is one of the main art museums in the USA. It accommodates about half a million visitors each year with free admission through...
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Saint Louis Zoo
The Saint Louis Zoo began in 1904 with the World’s Fair Flight Cage. Its establishment came into fruition with the formation of the Zoological Society...
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Science Center
The Saint Louis Science Center was first established as a planetarium in 1963. It has a collection of buildings that include a planetarium and a science...
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St. Louis Rams
The Saint Louis Rams are an American team of professional football based on St. Louis, Missouri. They play in the National Football League of the Western...
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The Magic House
The Magic House is a nonprofit organization that was established by 2 women from St. Louis, Barbie Freund and Jody Newman. The founders, Barbie Freund...
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Your price: $19
Union Station
The Union Station opened its doors to the public on September 1, 1984. It was designed by Theodore Link and was owned by the Terminal Railroad Association...
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World Aquarium
The World Aquarium is a rehabilitation center and an interactive animal exhibition. It’s situated in St. Louis, Missouri within the City Museum. It showcases...
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