Visit St Louis

Famous for the iconic Gateway Arch and home to the 11-time World Champion St. Louis Cardinals, St. Louis has many unique neighborhoods and activities for visitors. Forest Park, home of the 1904 World’s Fair and Summer Olympics, contains several free attractions including the Saint Louis Zoo, named the #1 free attraction in the U.S. by USA Today, Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis Science Center, and the Missouri History Museum. For horticulturalists, the Missouri Botanical Garden in Tower Grove is the nation’s oldest botanical garden in continuous operation.

The St. Louis region offers many cultural and outdoor attractions. In addition to parks, museums, and sporting events, there are wineries, hiking trails, lakes, and historical sites nearby. St. Louis has plenty of family-oriented that kids of all ages will enjoy. The city combines entertainment and education – you can find something just right for your family in St. Louis. Plus, lots of places are FREE. You’ll probably run out of time before you run out of things to do and see! But this article in The New York Times makes some recommendations on the things to do if you only have 36 hours.