Sightseeing in Collinsville


Haunted St. Louis History Walking Tour for One, Two, or Four from St. Louis Haunted History Tours (Up to 49% Off)

St. Louis Haunted History Tours

Morgan St. Brewery

Chilling tours explore 15 St. Louis stops as a guide shares stories of local spirits, exorcisms, and history

$25 $13

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$30 for Five Admissions to The Magic House ($50 Value)

The Magic House

The Magic House

Interactive exhibits invite little ones to service cars, climb beanstalks, and solve detective mysteries in a 1900s-era Victorian mansion

$50 $30

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Aquarium Tours at World Aquarium (Up to 75% Off). Three Options Available.

World Aquarium

City Museum

Aquarium docents introduce visitors to fish, amphibians, reptiles, and arachnids with opportunities to feed and touch wildlife

$130 $39

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Admission for Two, Four, or Six at The Griot Museum of Black History (60% Off)

The Griot Museum of Black History

The Griot Museum of Black History

Museum explores black history through beautifully sculpted wax figures and interactive exhibits

$15 $6

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Museum Outing with Miniature-Train Ride for Two or Four at the Museum of Transportation (Up to 69% Off)

Museum of Transportation

Museum of Transportation

Vintage automobiles, planes, and a massive collection of locomotives fill the museum grounds, circled by miniature-train tracks

$24 $8

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International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum Membership for One or Two or Visit for Two (Up to 60% Off)

International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum

International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum

Photographs and equipment from more than 500 artists, including Ansel Adams and Edward Weston, fill a 6,000-square-foot space

$35 $15

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Admission for Two, Four, or Six to Campbell House Museum (69% Off)

Campbell House Museum

Campbell House Museum

Furniture, paintings, clothing, and other period artifacts offer a rare glimpse into 19th-century American life

$16 $5

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Visit for Two, Four, Six, or Eight Adults to the Miniature Museum of Greater St. Louis (Up to 60% Off)

Miniature Museum of Greater St. Louis

Miniature Museum of Greater St. Louis

Groups can visit the museum to view a collection of miniatures which includes houses and replicas of the Basilica of St. Louis and Bevo Mill

$10 $4

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60-Minute Trolley Tour for Two, Four, or Six from St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company (Up to 57% Off)

St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company

Multiple Locations

Tours roll by Lafayette Square, Union Station, Peabody Opera, City Gardens, the Arch, the City Museum, and other city landmarks

$34 $15

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Visit for Two Adults or Two Adults and Two Children at Laclede's Landing Wax Museum (Up to 75% Off)

Laclede's Landing Wax Museum

Downtown St. Louis

10,000 sq. ft. museum houses more than 200 wax likenesses of celebrities, fictional characters, and historical figures

$20 $5

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Admission for 2, 4, or 12 at Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower (Up to 54% Off)

Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower

Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower

Parallel towers loom above the fork of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, where Lewis and Clark commenced their historic voyage

$18 $10

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Art Tour and Drinks for One, Two, Four, or Six at Create Space (Up to 73% Off)

Create Space

Create Space

Tour market featuring more than 30 local artists, designers, craftmakers, and specialty food producers while sipping local brews or coffee

$25 $7

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Haunted Walking Tour for Two or Four from Alton Hauntings (Up to 45% Off)

Alton Hauntings

Alton Hauntings

Tours created by the authority of Alton’s ghostly history take visitors to the most haunted locations within the city

$50 $29

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Admission for Two, Three, or Four to Lewis & Clark Boat House & Nature Center (40% Off)

Lewis & Clark Boat House & Nature Center

St. Charles

The facility honors Lewis and Clark with full-scale models of the explorers’ boats, a museum, and trails through the surrounding woodlands

$10 $6

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Barge Ride for Two or Four, or Private Pontoon Tour for Up to 10 from Crystal City Underground (Up to 51% Off) 

Crystal City Underground

Crystal City Underground

Cruise across an underground lake inside a climate-controlled facility that boasts approximately 200 acres of subterranean space

$50 $25

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$149 for Introductory Helicopter Lesson at HeliSat ($312.50 Value)

HeliSat

HeliSat

An hour of ground school, complete with a log book, prefaces 30-minute introductory flights, overseen by an instructor

$312.50 $149

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  • Cahokia Mounds Museum Society
    Between AD 700 and 1400, the city of Cahokia gradually rose from the floodplain of the Mississippi River to become the largest city north of Mexico. Across 6 square miles, its population of 20,000 people worked together to create a thriving community grounded in astronomy, agriculture, and economics. To this end, they erected large, lasting structures such as an enormous wooden calendar that notified citizens about the changes of the seasons. Giant earthen mounds served as the foundation of the city and the site of the big mud fight that decided the mayoral election each year. Through careful excavation, research, and reconstruction, the Cahokia Mounds Museum Society aims to preserve the site and educate visitors about its importance. During visits, guests on self-guided tours can explore 800 acres of the city, including the 100-foot-tall Monks Mound and Woodhenge, the giant calendar.
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    30 Ramey Street
    Collinsville, IL US
  • Craft Alliance
    Fire. Hammers. A pottery wheel. Some of humanity?s most elemental and primitive tools, yet into the 21st century they remain. And Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design Director Of Education Programs, Luanne Rimel, attests that they?re some of the coolest. With each season?s catalog of classes, some of the most popular, according to Rimel, let students play with fire, hammer metal into jewelry, or shape a lump of clay into something as fundamentally beautiful as a baby seal mimicking the Mona Lisa?s wry smirk. At Craft Alliance, the focus is art in all its forms. Whether the tool is the raw flame fusing cut copper or a Mac loaded with Photoshop image-editing software, the intention to inspire and to create remains the same. Its two locations schedule seasonal terms with four- to six-week classes, as well as intensive workshops and children?s classes. Guiding each student along his or her adventure, skilled faculty instruct from experience. Most are working artists who exhibit their work and who have reaped their experience from the trenches of the art world. Craft Alliance is not just empowering people with knowledge; they are also helping people make mugs, bowls, wooden spinning tops, rings, rugs, and digital photo albums. Many of these things are practical and serve a functional purpose. But many do not?they?re just beautiful things, like vestigial tails. A good number of these pieces are created by hand and are meant to remind us, as Rimel remarked, that everyone can do something different from their everyday, workaday lives by adding beauty to a world that truly needs it. The student and faculty artists are the backbone of the Craft Alliance community, which in 2014 celebrates its 50th anniversary. The Grand Center location represents a regeneration of an arts district already pillared by the Fabulous Fox Theatre, Powell Symphony Hall, and St. Louis University.
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    6640 Delmar Blvd
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • The Magic House
    Though built as a private home in 1901, the Victorian mansion stood vacant for years?until its first children's hands-on exhibits opened to the public more than 35 years ago. Since then, The Magic House's curators have worked to engage children of all ages in learning and creative thought through a range of interactive multimedia exhibits. Their exhibits enable visitors to service cars, climb treehouse ladders, and go fishing in a child-centric community, or play with pumps and pipes in a waterworks playground. They can also climb a three-story fairy-tale beanstalk or use detective skills, fingerprint analyses, and secret passageways to solve mysteries. Museum staffers also organize a range of themed birthday parties, during which attendees play and complete special tasks as time travelers, scientists, or fairy-tale nobility. Family programs encompass monthly visits from outside professional artists, and special events designed to get the whole family moving. Visitors can refuel for exploration at the on-site Picnic Basket Cafe, whose menu highlights whole grains and healthy ingredients.
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    516 S Kirkwood Rd
    Saint Louis, MO US
  • St. Louis Fun Tours
    An authentic trolley with brass rails and bells and outfitted with modern padded seats and air conditioning glides through St. Louis?s historic neighborhoods as knowledgeable tour guides wax poetic about the city?s past and present. Guests gaze out of the trolley?s charming arched windows during the 23-mile ride, catching sight of a much larger arch standing sentry over downtown sites such as St. Louis Union Station and the Mississippi River. Tour guides fling droplets of wisdom like handfuls of rice at famished newlyweds, sharing anecdotes about historic Laclede?s Landing and Forest Park, the site of the 1904 World?s Fair, the first summer Olympic games held in the U.S., and the first forest. The fully narrated tour departs and returns from Lumiere Place Casino on the riverfront.
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    999 North 2nd Street
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Laclede's Landing Wax Museum
    Laclede's Landing Wax Museum has been scaring and astonishing sightseers since 1983. Behind its 1885 cast-iron façade, the museum harbors more than 200 life-size figures across five levels and 10,000 square feet of museum space. The display of doppelgangers includes presidents, superheroes, historic figures, and movie stars, allowing visitors to gaze upon scores of famous faces without taking the rigorous paparazzi entrance exam. In the Chamber of Horrors, fictional villains old and new, including Freddy Krueger and the Phantom of the Opera, test the mettle of onlookers. Patrons can stop by the museum's gift shop before leaving or replenish the energy spent arguing with the statues with the help of ice cream, hot dogs, and other snacks at the ice-cream parlor.
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    720 N 2nd St.
    St Louis, MO US
  • The Vino Gallery
    The Vino Gallery—located in a renovated police substation in the Central West End—houses an impressive selection of small-production and artisan wines, beers, and other libations amid an ever-evolving collection of local art. The staff guides visitors to the tasting bar or the outdoor patio, allowing guests to sample selections and avoid pouring wines they don’t like into a roommate’s humidifier. Rachael Buehrer, wine enthusiast and educator, and coowner Alex Head, promote informed wine consumption with complimentary tastings after 5 p.m., Monday–Friday, and all day on Saturday. One-hour wine classes lend imbibers further wine expertise, and the wine-of-the-month club helps customers branch out from go-to varietals.
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    4701 McPherson Ave.
    St. Louis, MO US