St. Louis’ iconic, 630-foot Gateway Arch provides a bird’s-eye view of the Gateway to the West. It’s a defining attraction in St. Louis, and it finds its way into every picture of the city’s skyline. The city is packed with options for all, from the Anheuser-Busch Brewery to the Missouri Botanical Garden.
Saint Louis Hill is a cheerful neighborhood that offers a tour of its authentic Italian restaurants. Tour guides lead visitors through mom-and-pop pizza shops, pasta places, and other great places to visit with the family in St. Louis.
As 11-time World Series champions, the St. Louis Cardinals regularly sell out Busch Stadium. Right next door is Ballpark Village, a sports-focused entertainment district with 125 different brews on tap.
Grant’s Farm, located just outside of St. Louis, is a 281-acre farm owned by Busch family. They maintain it themselves, and people are welcome to visit the farm animals with their children.
Laclede’s Landing blends 19th century architecture with 21st century dining and entertainment options. Big Daddy’s on the Landing has plenty of space for large groups, and Morgan Street Brewery has a large variety of handcrafted beers.
The Saint Louis Art Museum, located in Forest Park, has a vast collection of 33,000 pieces of art from all over the world. The Pulitzer Art Foundation has exhibits that are updated frequently.
The Saint Louis Galleria is the place to go for name-brand shops. The Loop, located in midtown St. Louis, has more than 140 shops and vendors that offer books, art, and clothing.