During Your Stay
While you're visiting, take some time to enjoy a few of these great St. Louis attractions
Arts & Galleries
The City Museum, interactive museum for children and adults.
Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, internationally recognized, featuring changing exhibitions of the most relevant and innovative art being made today.
The St. Louis Art Museum Built as the Fine Arts Palace of the 1904 World's Fair and one of the nation's leading comprehensive art museums.
The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum, nationally acclaimed children's museum offering hundreds of hands-on educational exhibits for kids.
History & Science
Historic Kimswick (10 minutes south on Highway 55) where you can find almost anything you wanted to know about the great Midwest.
The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial & Old Court House where the Dred Scott decision was determined
St. Louis Science Center Home of the OMNIMAX Theater
The Daniel Boone Home Home of the legendary hero Daniel Boone, built overlooking the Femme Osage Valley.
Missouri History Museum featuring Missouri history, from it's founding in 1764, to the Spirit of St. Louis, the 1904 World's Fair, Miles Davis, and the St. Louis Cardinals.
Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site original home of the largest prehistoric Indian city north of Mexico.
Sports & Recreation
Tours & Cruises
Anheuser Busch InBev Brewery home of St. Louis' own Budweiser and the world famous Clydesdale horses. The brewery is open for daily tours. (ten minutes away)
St. Louis Riverfront & Laclede's Landing restaurants, riverboats, and excursions
Outdoor Attractions & Recreation
Grant's Trail Hiking & Biking Trail
St. Louis Arch known to some as the eighth wonder of the world
Forest Park Home of the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair, and one of the largest urban parks in the United States. At 1,293 acres, it is approximately 500 acres larger than Central Park in New York.
Jefferson Barracks Historic Park Celebrating the 150 Year Anniversary of the Civil War.
Grant's Farm The 281-acre plot of ground was purchased in 1903 by August Busch, Sr. and has belonged to the Busch family since then. The Deer Park is swarming with hundreds of animals from six continents that roam freely through the magnificent grounds. General Ulysses S. Grant plowed and planted this piece of land and his original log cabin is on the property. Grant's Farm is considered to be the 7th best attraction nationwide.
St. Louis Zoo The world renown St. Louis Zoo hosts over 5000 animals from 700 species, and includes an insectarium, interactive children's zoo and miniature train ride throughout the 90-acre grounds. The zoo is free of charge.