Activities & Resources
Blogs & Sites
Location: 1127 Pestalozzi Street, Anheuser-Busch Tour Center, Saint Louis, MO
The nation's oldest brewhouse, Anheuser-Busch, is headquartered in St. Louis, and visitors to the architecturally beautiful historic site learn how beer is created through a tour that includes ...
Location: Saint Louis, MO
Tour buses are a great way to see the city, even if you're a long-time resident. Kids won't have to complain about sore feet, and buses can cover quite a lot of territory. Gray Line offers sev...
Location: 5902 Columbia Avenue, Saint Louis, MO
Dea Hoover, who calls herself the St. Louis Tour Girl, acts as a "step-on tour guide" and organizes custom tours using a variety of transportation means - motorcoach, trolley cars, rental cars,...
Location: Forest Park, 5595 Grand Drive, Saint Louis, MO
City Cycling Tours gets people out of cars and onto the bike for up-close city views and experiences. Most of the rides take place on off-road paved surfaces with a small portion on park...
Location: Grant's Trail Office, Saint Louis, MO
A non-profit organization, Trailnet promotes active living by sponsoring bicycle and pedestrian activities throughout the St. Louis greater metropolitan area, many of which are family fr...
Location: 3157 Sublette Avenue, Saint Louis, MO
In the 19th century, Italians immigrated to a neighborhood of St. Louis and claimed it as their own. More than 150 years later, the district known as The Hill can boast that nearly three-quarte...
Location: 1820 Market Street, Saint Louis, MO
Built in 1894 and once the largest and busiest railroad terminal in the world, the impressive Romanesque St. Louis Union Station was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1976 and c...
Location: #1 Lock and Dam Way, Alton, IL
Operated by the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, the 12,000-square-foot National Great Rivers Museum tells the "story" of the Mississippi River using state-of-the-art interactive displays and ...
Location: 710 North Second Street, Saint Louis, MO
Thanks to Pierre Laclede, a French fur trapper from New Orleans, this area of town - the first settlement of St. Louis - began its development in the late 1700s as a trading post.
Location: 707 North First Street, Saint Louis, MO
Location: 1800 Compton Hill Place, Saint Louis, MO
City engineers knew what they were doing when they designed and built the Compton Hill Water Tower in the late nineteenth century.
Created as part of the city's public water supply s...
Location: 4100 Manchester Avenue, Saint Louis, MO
The Grove (also known as Forest Park Southeast) was one of the city's first subdivisions way back in the 1850s. It is just one of St. Louis' historic neighborhoods that has appreciated r...
Location: 7260 Southwest Avenue, Saint Louis, MO
Housed in what used to be a grocery store, Schlafly Bottleworks is the city's first new bottling brewery since the end of Prohibition. The site doubles as a restaurant, serving fresh piz...
Location: 6101 Government Drive, Saint Louis, MO