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Take a foot ride to the top of this world-famous stainless steel monument for the finest view in the Gateway City. Then stop by the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial to get a glimpse of where Lewis and Clark set out on their historic expedition! Visitors can also hop aboard a 19th century paddle-wheel boat replica for a narrated cruise down the mighty Mississippi.
For a more intimate baseball experience and some of the most creative game day treats and activities around, check out the Gateway Grizzlies at GCS Ballpark. No matter what time of year, visitors can get a taste of true team spirit in this bona fide sports town. Visitors can loop the loop on Batman the Ride, soar at speeds of up to 62 mph on the Screaming Eagle wooden coaster and get soaked on the whitewater rapids adventure of Thunder River.
Guests of Six Flags St. Louis can also see live shows and concerts, meet their favorite cartoon characters and have tons of fun in the sun at Hurricane Harbor Water Park.
There are plenty of hotel amenities just minutes from the park, and visitors can take advantage of group discounts for youth groups, company outings, family reunions and much more! Looking for a fun night out? Check out the new sports-anchored entertainment district in the heart of downtown Ballpark Village St. Louis most are smoke free and open till 3 a. Get up close and personal with the furry, the flying and the fishy creatures of the Saint Louis Zoo.
In a miniature town, kids can play grownup for a day as they change the tire on a wooden car, stock shelves in a model grocery store or serve pizza in a pretend kitchen. Visitors can even climb a three-story beanstalk, spin a giant kaleidoscope or perform a puppet show!
Enjoy special events that include magical story time, free family nights and fitness first Fridays. It attracts 12 million visitors a year with world-class attractions and scenic walking and biking trails. Take a tour of the historic Anheuser-Busch Brewery, where you can visit the Budweiser Clydesdales and sample a variety of premium brands, or check out a variety of breweries with Brewery Tours of St.
Louis or Crooked Craft Tours. See exciting performances by rescued dogs and attend special dog-friendly events open to all dogs and their owners. Visitors can interact with over 10, sea creatures in the World Aquarium, venture through the Museum of Mirth, Mystery and Mayhem and wander through the Elmslie and Sullivan architectural exhibit.
Stop in for circus-themed food, parties and educational circus classes and workshops held daily. Munch on a slice of delectable St. Louis-style thin crust pizza smothered in Provel cheese and then pick up a mouth-watering gooey butter cake the most delicious accident ever created.
Snack on scrumptious deep-fried toasted ravioli at one of the many dining establishments on The Hill, a quaint St. Louis neighborhood famous for Italian cuisine. And to top it all off, satisfy your sweet tooth at Ted Drewes with some signature frozen custard. Take in the beauty of one of the largest mosaic collections in the western hemisphere inside the spectacular Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis or see the historic Old Cathedral and St. Ferdinand Shrine, both constructed in the early 19th century with ties to the oldest Catholic congregation in St.
Across the river, attend mass, walk the grounds and have a delicious meal at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows. At Myseum , kids learn science through fun and unique exhibits like a dino-dig, vet clinic, video wall, radar slide, magnetic ball wall, giant UFO maze, plus a whole lot more.
Louis Museum of Transportation. View a collection of art ranging across centuries and cultures from sculpture and oil paintings to charcoal drawings and photography at the St.
Enjoy the works of newly established artists both locally and internationally at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. In addition to innovative exhibitions, the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts features concerts by the Saint Louis Symphony , panel discussions and educational programs. Soar through the treetops at Go Ape! Zipline and Adventure Valley Zipline.
Take a two-wheel excursion through the Gateway City on one of our many biking trails contact TrailNet for maps. Update your style with a fabulous shopping spree. Couture and designer brand name fashions are available at dozens of high-end shops throughout the city. Hunt for one-of-a-kind treasures at many area antique shops and independent bookstores, or get it all under one roof at one of the many area malls and shopping centers.
Walk the halls of the Old Courthouse featuring restored courtrooms and galleries that depict significant moments in St. Take an exciting and educational trip through the past at the Missouri History Museum where guests can also join a local excursion to various historical points of interest in the city. Visitors can see the home of Ragtime legend Scott Joplin , walk through a world heritage site and ancient civilization at Cahokia Mounds and pay their respects at the resting place for many St.
Louisians at Bellefontaine Cemetery. Visit the century-old Central Library — St. Louis Public Library , a magnificent building designed by world-famous architect Cass Gilbert in and restored for its th anniversary. Get your live music fix at The Pageant , ranked one of the top five concert venues in the world by Pollstar. Visit Blueberry Hill , the landmark restaurant and music club for touring acts as well as St. For a more intimate venue, check out the award-winning Jazz at the Bistro or one of St.
Explore 79 acres of lush gardens, landscape architecture, greenhouses and conservatories at the oldest Botanical Garden in the United States. Wander through collections of botanical and horticultural plants among beautiful fountains and statuary. Visit the Climatron for a real rainforest experience featuring magnificent waterfalls, tropical birds and exotic plants like bananas, cacao, coffee trees and orchids. In addition to all your favorite video poker games and classic table games like craps, blackjack, roulette and baccarat, each casino has something special to offer visitors.
All have excellent hotel amenities, delicious restaurants and top-notch entertainment. Louis , or experience classic and modern playwrights at the Repertory Theater or the newly renovated Peabody Opera House. Summer visitors can get patriotic at Fair St. Louis, which features fireworks, air shows and free live concerts. Fall guests can also attend the St. Louis Art Fair and celebrate German culture with authentic food and live music at Soulard Oktoberfest.
Make a day of it at the 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./p>
For those two or three minutes — or six minutes, if you're one of those marvelous lunatics attempting Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" — you are the undisputed headliner, the belle of the barroom ball. And even if you walk into a karaoke bar knowing not a soul, the aura of communal performance anxiety makes for a fantastic ice breaker. Plus, the venues usually attract their own cadre of regular singers to befriend. Louis' karaoke palaces range from the violet-hued disco heaven of Mike Talayna's Juke Box Restaurant , which carries karaoke every night of the week, to neighborhood bars like Carson's www.
Time to start practicing those high notes. Make a Dive Bar Your Own By definition, you can't be a stranger in a place where everybody knows your name. Maybe that's the underlying magic hidden inside neighborhood dive bars, the sort of places you might pass without a second thought during your morning commute, establishments with names like the Heavy Anchor or Rhonda's Place pro tip: Google "the Real Drinker's Guide to St.
Louis' Best Dive Bars," and you'll find this publication's finest work. Just pick one, and go there a few times. Drink a beer after work. If they have a TV, watch a game. Talk to the bartender. Get really good at pinball. Talk to someone older and better-traveled than you, and maybe realize how little you know about motorcycles and proper car repair.
Listen to the craziest stories you've ever heard. Start learning people's names before you drink so much you forget them — and that's the dive-bar magic starting once again.
Become a Soccer Louligan The story of soccer in St. Louis didn't begin with the effort to put an MLS stadium downtown, and it certainly didn't end when that effort failed to sway city voters in The city's ties to the sport go back a century, and our present-day soccer culture is in the midst of a revival that's ravenous for more fans — a fan like you, perhaps.
Jump on the soccer bandwagon, the water is fine. For nearly two decades, the group — which touts itself as "St. Louis' Original Drinking Club with a Running Problem" — gathers weekly to engage in "hashing," a non-competitive "hare and hounds" running game that's practiced by clubs all over the world.
The "hares" leave chalk symbols on the ground, which direct the trailing "hounds" to the route, which includes some false trails and dead ends; that route, in turn, features stops for beer.
Louis' iteration hosts weekly runs open to any athletic level, with most routes including a walking option. For newbies, the instructions are simple: If you're not into nicknames, though, be forewarned: You're going to get one. Nothing so easily shatters a feeling of being "other" than reaching out to people who are spinning on the margins of survival, homelessness and poverty. For a start, consider your skills and talents. Where could they be applied? Can you help out a classroom, mentor a high school student or help build a house?
Click around the United Way 's searchable database of local positions www. Louis is particularly strapped for resources to support its homeless population, you may find the greatest impact with groups like the St. Louis' Pet People Fido probably loves going outside no matter what, but it's time to show him the world beyond the immediate blocks around your place.
Get to know the region by its parks and pet-friendly bar patios, and you'll find that many, many other dogs are dragging their humans to the same places. Or head to the far western rim of St. Charles, to Broemmelsiek Park, where the admission is free, the acreage is plentiful and the lakes are perfect for doggy-paddling.
Find lots more options at bringfido. Become a Superfan It's easy to get caught up in huge musical acts coming through St. Louis — but it's the ones right here that are way more fun to follow, from small bar to bigger bar to maybe even a particular alt-weekly's annual music showcase. Try seeing what all the fuss is about by catching the ultra-polished Sleepy Kitty, the cataclysmic rock of Bug Chaser or the joyful Bruiser Queen — and then realize you can't get the opener's third song out of your head, and before you know it you're at the opener's show, and then suddenly you're three bands down the line and shouting lyrics in a mosh pit in a basement and you are alive as fuck.
Don't worry about being pretentious or worry that actually liking something makes you weird. Try liking a band and then being around other people who like that band too, and see where it goes.
It's as simple as a three-note chord, and poses the same infinite potential. Check out the RFT 's local music listings, which run in the paper every week, to see who's playing where.
Till the Earth Gardening isn't just something to do in your window box or, uh, in a locked shed containing a hydroponic weed empire. Instead, join the agricultural revolution at EarthDance Farms www. Each season, the fourteen-acre organic farm accepts around two dozen apprentices who work the land, plant the seeds and see the effort through to harvest — the result of which finds its way to the patrons of the Ferguson Farmers Market. The apprenticeship is more than just labor; it's a hands-on education with experienced farmers who will run you through a curriculum that's 12, years or so in the making.
By the end you'll learn the ropes of sustainable farming, and from there you can join one of the more than gardens in the Gateway Greening Community Garden network www. Be part of a community that grows together. You might like it, and at the very least your salads will improve. Make Art Bob Ross spent a career softly shading clouds and adjusting the mood of his trees, and the guy had it right about art: Feeling more like an upcycling Martha Stewart?
Check out Perennial www. The nonprofit offers classes that will make you take another look at the "creative reusability" of objects around you. If you've found some wooden pallets in an alley, turn them into something cool and useful at one of the regular community workshop days, with staff on hand to lend DIY guidance.
And even if your art is useful and sustainable and all that, there's nothing wrong with adding a splash of decoration to that new bookshelf. We suggest some happy little trees. Become a Trivia Champion Grab some clever colleagues, or at the least some colleagues who've watched a few episodes of The Simpsons , and take advantage of the fact that virtually any day in St.
Louis is a good day for challenging yourself to remember pop culture trivia while drinking. For instance, you've got Geeks Who Drink www. But you can still delight in nailing a thorny question about '90s boy bands, military history or anime — and everyone knows the best part of trivia is picking a train wreck of a pun for your team name.
Get Spiritual, or Not If Abraham could hack it as a stranger in a strange land, so can you, though you probably don't need all the desert wandering that went with it. Louis is overflowing with churches, mosques and synagogues, and you've got your pick of traditional congregations. Boy, are you in luck if you like giant Catholic churches.
And if you're not totally convinced the world is only 6, years old and would rather talk about cool science stuff, the Skeptical Society of St. And don't overlook the Ethical Society of St.
A humanist congregation, the Ethical Society hosts Sunday services in a breathtaking temple of its own in Ladue, and with a full slate of sermons, mindfulness rituals and community services that prove you don't necessarily need God to deal with the big questions of life and still have hope for the future.
Be Funny The last bastions of scoundrels are the improv stage and the open mic — but if you've got your heart in the right place, a knack for comic timing and a desire to not be the creepy guy who only knows ethnic jokes, then check out St.
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Oct 05, · Definitely worth the free entry and the $10 parking. My son loved the giant T-Rex, the animal skeletons, and the Mars rover area. We all thought the radar guns were pretty neat in the bridge over the interstate. The St. Louis Fisher House is a non-profit organization established to provide "a home away from home" to the families and caregivers of our military men and women during their time of need. -If you are interested in being a part of a community of women who get together to do all kinds of fun activities, then this is the group for YOU!