St. Louis aka: Saint Louis, The LouGateway Arch, St Louis Zoo, and Busch Stadium. St. Louis is featured on the lists Cities mentioned in "Route 66", 100 Biggest Cities in America, and AAA's Top 100 Vacation Destinations - 2007. Places in St. Louis have been tagged st. louis, bar, and architecture.
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But now St. Louis is much closer to the top of my list! One of my life goals is to see each MLB team play in its homefield and I thought the city was beautiful so I’m coming back soon to see a Cardinals game AND ride the Arch since I didn’t get to :(about 1 year ago
The drive from Chicago is under 5 hours and a straight shot down 55. When I entered St Louis I changed to I64 and came around ther corner to a direct and breathtaking view of the Gateway Arch – astounding. How I satyed on the road as I passed right by in my car is unknown!over 2 years ago
Just returned from an excellent convention in St. Louis. Kudos to the Parks Department for a beautiful downtown. Keiner Park and the City Gardens are something to be proud of!
We also thoroughly enjoyed our “Taste of St. Louis” evening. Great food samplings. Loved the Schlafly Oktoberfest beer. The music on the Blues stage, and the Main Stage on Friday night was excellent!
If you enjoy blues, we had two excellent evenings at BB’s Blues, Jazz and Soup, and Beale on Broadway.
Looking forward to a return visit soon. Cheers!over 2 years ago
St. Louis is a Great City to visit for families.
This is the City Museum in downtown St. Louis. Be sure and visit, especially if you have kids.
And, of course, the Magic House children’s museum.
Then take in all the free things, like the World Famous St. Louis Zoo. (Parking in Forest Park is free, or you can park in the lot for a small fee. Entry is free.)
Along with the free Science Center, the free Art Museum, the free Grants Farm, the free Anheuser Busch Brewery tour, and the new free City Garden sculpture park downtown.
And of course the other usual attractions: Six Flags Amusement Park and Hurricane Harbor Water Park, Forest Park, the Fabulous Fox Theater, Ted Drewes, the MUNY, the Botanical Gardens, the Great River Road drive and ferry boats along the Mississippi River, Missouri wine country, 30 minutes west of St. Louis, and the U-City Loop entertainment district.
And of course there is always baseball or a trip to the top of the Gateway Arch.
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TravelinFrank asks,“Hi. WIll be travelling to St Louis end September for conference. Need to put together a soundtrack. Any suggestions for music / sounds of St. Louis (besides the obvious "Meet Me in St. Louis" or "St. Louis Blues"? Thanks!” over 2 years ago
Matt Jones asks,“I'm moving to St. Louis, and will be working at Scott AFB. Anyone have any good experience living in Soulard?” over 3 years ago
ana1118 asks,“hey , I will be staying with my daughter in the outskirts of saint louis. I am a christian and want to get plugged as far as fellowshipping and volunteering. What are some good churches and organizations to contact?” over 4 years ago
Richie D asks,“Hey everyone. I'll be in Forest Park from Feb. 17-27 on a business trip. I won't have a car but was wondering what are places not to be missed (restaurants, monuments, parks). If anyone is willing to show me around, that too would be amazing!” over 4 years ago
mackro asks,“Hey folks! I'm visiting St. Louis from Nov 9th to the 14th. I'm taking part in a multi-guitar symphony, so I'm looking for a) a good place to stay, and b) guitar amp rental recommendations. I do not drive. What say you? :)” over 4 years ago
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