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

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

Alton Hauntings

Alton

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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Mineral Springs Haunted Tours: Haunted Tour for Two or Four or Haunted Overnight Stay for Two at Mineral Springs Haunted Tours (50% Off)

Haunted Tour for Two or Four or Haunted Overnight Stay for Two at Mineral Springs Haunted Tours (50% Off)

Mineral Springs Haunted Tours

Alton

Guests use ghost-monitoring equipment to search for the spirits of folks who met their end in this historic spa and hotel

$70 $35

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St. Louis Haunted History Tours: Two or Four Tickets to History and Hauntings Show from St. Louis Haunted History Tours (Up to 49% Off)

Two or Four Tickets to History and Hauntings Show from St. Louis Haunted History Tours (Up to 49% Off)

St. Louis Haunted History Tours

Morgan St. Brewery

Accompanied by live music, storyteller David Riordan recounts ghost stories and other St. Louis legends at the Morgan Street Brewery

$45 $23

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St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company: 60-Minute Trolley Tour for Two, Four, or Six from St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company (Up to 52% Off)

60-Minute Trolley Tour for Two, Four, or Six from St. Louis Carriage & Trolley Company (Up to 52% 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 $17

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St. Charles Flying Service: $54 for an Introductory Flight Lesson at St. Charles Flying Service ($109 Value)

$54 for an Introductory Flight Lesson at St. Charles Flying Service ($109 Value)

St. Charles Flying Service

Portage Des Sioux

After 30 minutes of prep, students and a certified instructor take a 30-minute flight over the holiday lights of St. Louis

$109 $54

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Crystal City Underground: Father's Day Lunch and Barge Ride for Two or Four from Crystal City Underground (50% Off)

Father's Day Lunch and Barge Ride for Two or Four from Crystal City Underground (50% Off)

Crystal City Underground

Crystal City

Celebrate Father’s Day with a barbecue lunch, live rock-and-roll music, and a barge ride, among other activities

$110 $55

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Morse Mill Hotel: Two-Hour Mini Paranormal Investigation for Two or Four at Morse Mill Hotel (47% Off)

Two-Hour Mini Paranormal Investigation for Two or Four at Morse Mill Hotel (47% Off)

Morse Mill Hotel

Big River

Tour through a 33-room, nearly 200-year old mansion in search of ghosts and eerie occurrences

$85 $45

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  • Alton Hauntings
    Legend has it that Mark Twain once called Alton a "dismal little river town," perhaps referencing the area's propensity for disease, disaster, and Civil War?era violence?some of which radiated from a Confederate POW camp. Roughly a century later, another author, Troy Taylor, wrote an entire book about Alton's dark history. He also created Alton Hauntings, a company that hosts walking and bus tours that explore malevolent stories from Alton's past, as well as the supernatural happenings that have been rumored for decades. Guides lead groups to various locations throughout the town, summoning the past through their storytelling.
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    110 East 3rd Street
    Alton, IL 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
  • EAT Saint Louis Food Tours
    EAT Saint Louis Food Tours treats guests to picturesque strolls through the historic St. Louis neighborhoods, interesting nuggets of local cultural information, and delicious samples of handmade food from mom-and-pop restaurants. During the Taste of the Hill tour, visitors experience the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the city's most important Italian neighborhood, nibbling on samples of ravioli, salami, and thin-crust pizza.
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    5348 Devonshire Avenue
    St. Louis, MO US
  • Pizza Prowl 2015 Event
    There's nothing better than a perfect pizza with bubbly cheese and flavorful, chewy crust except for maybe 10 exceptional pizzas. On April 27, visitors will get the chance to sample up to 10 exceptional pizza samples from up to 10 different community pizza joints, and at the end of the day they'll judge their favorites and vote for the best. Proceeds will benefit A Hero's Impact Foundation, which encourages children to be everyday heroes and live for others, along with other local charitable foundations.
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    59 State Route 157
    Edwardsville, IL US
  • Villa Marie Winery
    For true American comfort food, head to Villa Marie Winery for a sandwich or side of fries. Villa Marie Winery is crafting dishes with only the best ingredients. Come hungry and leave happy. Wanna soak up the sun? Come grab a bite at Villa Marie Winery and sit out on their gorgeous patio. Take advantage of the restaurant's open space and tap into your inner dancer. Parking can be a pain in the neck, but it's as available as ever near the restaurant.
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    6633 E Main St
    Maryville, IL US
  • Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower
    In December 1803, Captains Meriwether Lewis and William Clark set up the Camp River Dubois, right where the Mississippi and Missouri rivers meet. There, they and a crew of 30 men spent five months preparing for their legendary three-year expedition to chart America's newly acquired Louisiana Purchase territory. On May 14, 1804, they finally set sail on a 55-foot-long keelboat, named for its habit of keeling over in fear when it passed a shark. To commemorate the bicentennial of its namesake's journey, the Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower opened on May 14, 2010, the 206-year anniversary, to the day, of the expedition's embarking. Tower is a slight misnomer?the structure is actually two parallel towers, connected by viewing levels 50, 100, and 150 feet above the ground. The platforms afford panoramic views of Lewis and Clark's departure point, as well as the rivers' intersection, and, 25 miles north, the union of the Mississippi and Illinois rivers. Downtown St. Louis and the Gateway Arch are visible on clear days, and during evening events, sunsets and fireworks reflect gorgeously on the water. Back on the ground, the Meeting of the Great Rivers National Scenic Byway, complete with educational plaques, accommodates visitors interested in following the rivers' convergence on foot.
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    435 Confluence Tower Drive
    Hartford, IL US

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