St. Louis, MO


The Gateway Arch

“The Gateway to the West” is commemorated at the Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis, Missouri.  This stainless steel structure stands 630 feet tall and is the tallest man-made monument in the Western Hemisphere.  The museum below displays the story of Native Americans, pioneers, and explorers that paved the way for America during the westward expansion dating back to 1764.  The Gateway Arch sits riverfront along the Mississippi River and offers riverboat cruises.

Old Courthouse 

St. Louis’ Old Courthouse completed construction in 1828.  It is known for the trial of Dred Scott vs. Sanford in 1847 and 1850.

City Museum

Explore the endless fun in this 10-story museum.  Tunnels, slides, and majestic artwork will have you in AWE! Check out the world’s largest pencil and underpants, outdoor play gym, and grand galleries of the unexpected.

Saint Louis Zoo

The Saint Louis Zoo is home to over 13,000 animals on the 90-acre plot.  Stroll through the River’s Edge exhibit where the giant anteaters, hyenas, and the Missouri Wetlands are inhabited.  Gazelles hop through the Red Rocks exhibit. Get up close and personal with many of nature’s beauty here at the Saint Louis Zoo.

Busch Stadium 

Home of the St. Louis Cardinals, Busch Stadium seats over 44,000.  The retro-style downtown ballpark displays the city’s skyline in the back drop showcasing the Arch.

St. Louis Science Center 

Test the laws of physics in live Amazing Science Demonstrations, sneak by a life-sized animatronic Tyrannosaurus rex, explore the night sky uninterrupted by city lights, or build a replica of the Gateway Arch. Anything is possible.

Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Brewery 

Opened in 1852, St. Louis is our flagship brewery, the headquarters of Anheuser-Busch and the Home of Budweiser. The brewery is remarkable for its beautiful interior and has been offering tours to customers since the 1890s.