Museums in Saint Louis, MO

Visit for Two, Four, Six, or Eight Adults to the Miniature Museum of Greater St. Louis (Up to 50% Off)

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

$40 $20

International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum Membership for One or Two or Visit for Two (Up to 51% Off)

International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum

Grand Center

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

$35 $17

Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum Visit for Two or Four or a One-Year Membership (Up to 50% Off)

Mark Twain Boyhood Home & Museum


Guests explore Mark Twain’s childhood home and the surrounding properties that inspired his stories

$22 $11

Visit for One, Two, or Four to the Chicago History Museum (50% Off)

Chicago History Museum

Chicago History Museum - Live

Chicago museum brings history to life with 22 million artifacts & topical exhibits, including a look at railroad workers during WWI

$16 $8

Self-Guided Audio Tour for Two or Four with Souvenir Book and Tote from Cahokia Mounds Museum Society (50% Off) 

Cahokia Mounds Museum Society


Visitors take self-guided audio-visual tours of a metropolis built by Native Americans from AD 700 to 1400

$20 $10

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

Pig Museum and Fall Fest Admission for Two or Four with Souvenirs at Where Pigs Fly Camp (42% Off)

Where Pigs Fly Camp


This petting zoo and pig museum invites families to visit critters including pigs, dogs, sheep, and mini horses, among other activities

$24 $14

Halloween Bar Crawl: Crawl-o-ween on October 28 or 29 at 8 p.m.

Halloween Bar Crawl: Crawl-o-ween

Lucas Park Grille

Don creative Halloween costume, then hit St. Louis bars featuring drink specials, scavenger hunts, and prizes

$17.36 $8

Self-Guided St. Louis Scavenger Hunt for Two, Four, or Six from Big City Hunt (Up to 54% Off)

Big City Hunt

Big City Hunt

Participants gear up and launch the Big City Hunt app to start their own adventure, racing against the clock at a time of their choosing

$40 $22

Pokemon Trolley Tour for One, Two, or Four from St. Louis Trolley (Up to 54% Off)

St. Louis Trolley

St. Louis

Knowledgeable guides wend trolleys along notable St. Louis landmarks as passengers play Pokemon GO

$20 $12

Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Garland Wines (Up to 57% Off)

Garland Wines

Webster Groves

Hosting tasting events, featuring small wineries from around the globe.

$60 $27

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

World Aquarium

World Aquarium

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

$130 $59

One Team Scavenger Hunt Tour from Puzzling Adventures (42% Off)

Puzzling Adventures

Downtown St. Louis

Explore the city via an adventure combining the fun of a scavenger hunt with the information of a self-guided tour

$49.99 $29

North, East, or West Saint Louis Architecture Tour from Revitalize St. Louis Architecture Tours (Up to 40% Off )

Revitalize St. Louis Architecture Tours

Multiple Locations

Guided walking tour provides insight into the architectural history of Saint Louis

$20 $12

Walking Scavenger Hunt for Two or Four from Crazy Dash Digital Adventures (50% Off)

Crazy Dash Digital Adventures

St Louis

Bring your smartphone and explore the city in a scavenger hunt to get points, which involves documenting specific activities with a camera

$39.95 $20

Urban Scavenger Race for Two, Four, or Six from 3Quest Challenge (Half Off)

3Quest Challenge

3Quest Challenge - St. Louis

Racing against the clock, players progress through three quests where they find checkpoints, seize clues, and solve the final puzzle

$39.95 $20

Wacky Walk Adventure for Two, Four, or Six from Wacky Walks - St. Louis (50% Off)

Wacky Walks - St. Louis

Wacky Walks - St. Louis

Part solo strategizing game and part team quest, this walk around the city leads to clues that need solving—and upheaval in your ranks

$39.95 $20

15% Off Purchase of $30 or More at Sophie's Place

Sophie's Place

Clifton Heights

For $1, receive 15% Off Purchase of $30 or More

$4 $1

Haunted Paintball Hayride and Trail Outing for One, Two, or Four at Xtreme Paintball Park (49% Off)

Xtreme Paintball Park

Xtreme Paintball Park

Rental paintball gun, protective mask, and 150 paintballs; zombie hunt, haunted hayride, and haunted trail admission

$39 $20

24- or 48-Hour Passes to Guided Tours from Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Co. (Up to 29% Off)

Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Co.

Multiple Locations

Guides narrate sights of the Windy City as double deckers cruise to multiple stops downtown with “hop on hop off” access

$45 $32

Haunted Tours at Mineral Springs Haunted Tours (50% Off). Six Options Available.

Mineral Springs Haunted Tours


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

$70 $35

Distillery Tour for Two, Four, or Six with Tastings and Bottle of Vodka at Mastermind Vodka (Up to 62% Off )

Mastermind Vodka

Mastermind Vodka

Groups tour the digs where distillers create small batches of American vodka from Midwestern grains

$62.06 $30

Guided Educational Wildlife Tour for Two, Three, or Four at Riverside Wildlife Center (Up to 50% Off)

Riverside Wildlife Center

Riverside Wildlife Center

Tour of US Department of Agriculture–licensed park showcases more than 400 animals; guests can hold baby alligators, snakes, and frogs

$20 $10

$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

Distillery Tour, Tasting & 375 ML Take-Home Bottle for Two, Four, or Six at St. Louis Distillery (Up to 52% Off)

St. Louis Distillery

St. Louis Distillery

Distillers use pressurized filtration and a custom-built still to craft an impossibly pure vodka that tastes of toasted barley

$40 $20

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

Lewis & Clark Confluence Tower


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

$48 $22

Wine Tasting and and Souvenir Glass for Two, Four, or Six at St. Jordan Creek Winery (Up to 52% Off)

St. Jordan Creek Winery

St. Jordan Creek Winery

Taste up to 10 wine samples ranging from port to Sangria to Christmas wine; includes souvenir glass

$40 $22

Swim with Dolphins in Mexico, Caribbean, and Jamaica at Dolphin Discovery (Up to 38% Off). 15 Locations Available

Dolphin Discovery

Online Deal

Splash and play with the dolphins during in-water experiences that can include getting a wet smooch or an unforgettable swim

$109 $69

Wine and Beer Tasting for Two or Four at Bias Winery & Gruhlke's Microbrewery (Up to 52% Off)

Bias Winery & Gruhlke's Microbrewery


Tastings include up to seven samples of beer, 10–15 samples of wine, and a glass of wine or pint of beer to cap the experience

$39.50 $19

$150 for Introductory Helicopter Lesson at HeliSat ($312.50 Value)


Moscow Mills

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

$312.50 $150

Select Local Merchants

  • The Eugene Field House and St. Louis Toy Museum
    This three-story home might look unremarkable from the outside, but inside it holds a wealth of St. Louis history. The Eugene Field House & St. Louis Toy Museum opened in 1936 and has since been named a National Historic Landmark, because it once housed not one, but two men important to American history. The Building: A line of 12 rowhouses were built here, in 1845, and Roswell Field and his family lived there for 14 years, from 1850 until 1864. Today, it's the last of the row left standing, and it's been lovingly restored both inside and out to appear much as it did in the late 19th century. The Home: Decorated in period furnishings, including many that belonged to the Field family, the first floor holds an era-specific double-parlor entertaining space. The second features the master bedroom. Dred Scott: The second floor also holds Roswell Field's study, which doubles as an exhibit on the landmark case of Dred Scott, a slave seeking freedom for whom Roswell acted as attorney as the case made its way to the Supreme Court. The Toys: Eugene Field, Roswell's son, made a name for himself in the literary world, first as a humor writer for daily newspapers, then as a children's poet. Most people will probably know him for penning, among many, "Wynken, Blynken, and Nod." He was also an avid toy collector. The third floor displays a rotating collection of toys dating back to the 1780s, plus two and a half centuries' worth of books. Past Exhibit: Over 200 "Liberty of London" dolls from the 1950s, which include famous people from politics, literature, and science.
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    Saint Louis, MO US
  • Campbell House Museum
    When it was first established in the early 1850s, the neighborhood known as Lucas Place was a piece of farmland on its way to becoming the first clearly defined wealthy suburb of St. Louis. Much has changed since then, as the city has expanded around the neighborhood and many of the elegant buildings have made way for more modern incarnations. One building, however, has largely stayed the same. Built in 1851, the Campbell House was the home of renowned fur trader and businessman Robert Camp­bell and his family. The Campbells would continue to occupy the house until 1938, acquiring furniture, paintings, clothing, and other period artifacts to fill the house over the years. The family also took a detailed set of interior photographs in the 1880s that were only rediscovered in the late 20th century. These photographs would prove to be of great historical importance, as they formed the basis for a massive renovation project that would result in the opening of the Campbell House Museum. Today, the Campbell House Museum attracts visitors from St. Louis and beyond, many of whom come to get a glimpse of what the city was like before modern conveniences such as electricity. The house retains many of the family's original possessions, as well as library books and state archives that offer a further glimpse into 19th-century American life.
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  • International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum
    Although only 70 visionaries have been inducted into the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum, the facility is far from an exclusive club. Its aim is to educate everyone on the importance of photographic history—and people certainly seem interested. In 2013, they donated more than $15,000 dollars through Kickstarter to help build the IPHF's new facility. Size: 6,000 square feet of gallery and exhibition space dedicated to the works and equipment of more than 500 artists Eye Catcher: an antique Edison Projecting Kinetoscope Hidden Gems: alongside well-known works by the likes of Ansel Adams are those of Eadweard Muybridge the first to photograph a moving subject—a galloping horse Don't Miss: the library, which houses every issue of Life Magazine published in this dimension Permanent Mainstay: The Photographic Equipment Collection, which includes antique cameras, magic lanterns, and darkroom equipment Visiting Exhibit: _Portrait/Process_—a collection of contemporary photos, iconic images, and even smartphone portraits that examine voyeurism and photographic approaches Pro Tip: flash-free photography is allowed in galleries and certain exhibits
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    St. 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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    St. Louis, MO US
  • Missouri History Museum
    Where can you learn the stories of Civil War soldiers, discover little-known facts about famous figures such as Chuck Berry, and see St. Louis Cardinals artifacts from the 1960's Busch Stadium all in one place? The Missouri History Museum boasts an expansive collection of photographs, artifacts, and maps that reveal some of the nation's and state's most intimate stories. Originally built as the first national monument to Thomas Jefferson, the site now offers exhibits that include items such as the sister plane to Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis and images of the buildings and grand palaces that were erected for the 1904 World's Fair. In addition to rotating exhibits, events such as lectures, genealogical workshops, theatrical performances, and movie screenings offer guests a bridge to the past and a new perspective on the future. The museum is also planning a 2014 exhibit to commemorate St. Louis's 250th anniversary, which will unfold via 50 people, 50 places, 50 moments, 50 images, and 50 objects representing the city's richness and diversity.
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    St. Louis, MO US
  • The Griot Museum of Black History
    A griot, in some African countries, is a person who works as a historian and storyteller, collecting tales from the community to preserve and share with future generations. The Griot Museum of Black History began as a wax museum, but the founders quickly realized that they aspired to a higher calling: to collect and preserve the stories of their community. They changed the museum's name to reflect this new mission, and the rest is history. Speaking of history, the museum still relies on beautifully sculpted wax figures to tell the histories of many notable African-American leaders. Visitors will encounter effigies of Carter G. Woodson, Josephine Baker, and Harriet Scott, along with a number of interactive exhibits added more recently to the collection. Among these exhibits is an authentic slave cabin transported from the Wright-Smith Plantation, as well as a to-scale recreation of a ship's hold dating back to the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Additionally, the museum hosts touring exhibitions and live musical performances that explore African-American arts and culture.
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    Saint Louis, MO US