America's Center 701 Convention Plaza St. Louis, MO, 63101 (314) 342-5036 explorestlouis.com
The nation’s premiere exhibit and meeting facility features 502,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space, 84 meeting rooms, a 70,000-seat domed stadium/exhibit hall, a 1,400-seat Ferrara Theatre, a 28,000 sq. ft. ballroom and an exclusive Executive Conference Center. Outstanding catering.
Budweiser Tour 12th and Lynch Street St. Louis, MO, 63118 (314) 577-2626 budweisertours.com
The Anheuser-Busch Tour Center is located at the south end of the Soulard neighborhood. Take Highway 55 to exit 206 C and follow the signs to the brewery.
Busch Stadium 700 Clark Street St. Louis, MO, 63102 (314) 345-9000 cardinals.com
On April 10, 2006 the Cardinals opened their new 46,000 seat retro-style downtown ballpark. Since then, the Cardinals have won two World Series Championships and hosted the 80th MLB All-Star Game. Busch Stadium hosts 81 Major League home games each season, from April to October, and is unofficially known by fans as ‘Baseball Heaven’.
Cherokee Antique Row 2114 Cherokee St St. Louis, MO, 63118 (314) 776-1436 cherokeeantiquerow.net
More than 30 antique stores, specialty shops, art galleries and restaurants span a 6-block area. Plaques create an opportunity for a self-guided history tour. 10 minutes from downtown St. Louis.
Citygarden 801 Market St St. Louis, MO, 63101 (314) 241-3337 citygardenstl.org
A vibrant and serene blending of lush plantings and internationally renowned sculpture with delights of water, stone, architecture and design. Open and accessible year-round. Located within walking distance of the Gateway Arch.
The Dome at America’s Center 901 North Broadway St. Louis, MO, 63101 (314) 342-5320 thedomeatamericascenter.com
Completed in 1995 on budget and ahead of schedule, The Dome is used for entertainment, sporting events and conventions.
Downtown 720 Olive Street - Suite 450 St. Louis, MO, 63101 (314) 436-6500 www.downtownstl.org
Downtown features hip nightlife, palate-pleasing dining, diverse visual and performing arts, and is a vibrant neighborhood for all ages. With over 200 restaurants, shops, attractions and more in Downtown St. Louis, there’s something for everyone to do. Visit www.downtownstl.org for more.
Gateway Arch Gateway Arch St. Louis, MO, 63102 (877) 982-1410 coreofdiscovery.com
The Gateway Arch attracts four million guests each year. At 630 ft, our nation’s tallest man-made monument includes the Journey to the Top, movies, the Museum of Westward Expansion and shopping opportunities. Limited accessibility. Buy advance tickets online or by phone.
Historic Soulard 2028 S 9th St St. Louis, MO, 63104 (314) 773-6767 soulardthecity.com
One of St. Louis’ oldest areas, Historic Soulard was named a National Historic District in 1972. It is home to over thirty fantastic and award-winning restaurants, and comes alive at night with its many pubs and clubs. Additionally, Soulard is home to one of the largest annual Mardi Gras celebrations in the nation.
Laclede's Landing 710 N. 2nd Street St. Louis, MO, 63102 (314) 241-5875 lacledeslanding.com
Laclede’s Landing is downtown St. Louis’ only riverfront entertainment and dining destination. Located just north of the Gateway Arch, this historic nine-block area – once the manufacturing, warehousing and shipping hub of St. Louis – is now home to more than twenty great restaurants, cafes, bars, clubs, shops and attractions.
Lumière Place 999 N. 2nd Street St. Louis, MO, 63102 (314) 881-7777 lumiereplace.com
The pulse of St. Louis is this epicenter of thrilling entertainment. From the hottest casino action to unsurpassed dining, exhilarating concerts, unforgettable events and energetic nightlife, Lumière Place isn’t just in the heart of St. Louis, it drives the rhythm.
The MX District 600 Washington Avenue St. Louis, MO, 63101 mxstl.com
The MX District is a diverse mix of restaurants, retail and entertainment at the nexus of downtown St. Louis' business, tourism and entertainment centers. Grab dinner or a glass of wine, go shopping, watch a movie or stay the night!
Old Courthouse 11 N. 4th Street St. Louis, MO, 63102 nps.gov/jeff
Scene of the Dred Scott trials. Galleries depict the history of St. Louis from its French and Spanish roots to its role in westward expansion. Trial reenactments, ranger tours. Open daily, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day.
Scott Joplin House 2658 Delmar Blvd St. Louis, MO, 63103 (314) 340-5790 mostateparks.com/scottjoplin.htm
The Scott Joplin House is the home of the famous ragtime composer Scott Joplin and a national Historic Landmark. Tours daily on the hour. Adults, $2.50; children 6-12, $1.50; children under 6, free.
Enterprise Center/Stifel Theatre 1401 Clark Avenue St. Louis, MO, 63103 (314) 622-5400 enterprisecenter.com
Home of the St. Louis Blues Hockey Club, Enterprise Center also features a full range of programming including concerts, family shows and other sporting events. Connected to Enterprise Center is the newly renovated Peabody Opera House, which re-opened in October 2011.
Soldiers Memorial 1315 Chestnut Street St. Louis, MO, 63103 (314) 622-4550 stlsoldiersmemorial.org
Two museum galleries containing military-related items of both local and national historic significance, such as photographs, posters and printed materials; uniforms, flags, medals, firearms, edged weapons and a range of war-time memorabilia from the battlefront and home front.
Soulard Market 730 Carroll Street St. Louis, MO, 63104 soulardmarketstl.com
Soulard Market is the oldest farmers market west of the Mississippi. Here, shoppers can find a variety of fresh foods, flowers and hand-made goods, among other delicious and unique items. With over 80 vendors selling an array of items, you’re sure to walk away with something spectacular.
St. Louis Public Library 1301 Olive Street St. Louis, MO, 63103 (314) 241-2288 www.slpl.org
Currently undergoing a $70 million restoration, historic Central Library has been the heart of the St. Louis Public Library system since 1912. When it reopens in late 2012, Central will be poised to serve St. Louisans for another 100 years.
St. Louis Union Station 1820 Market Street St. Louis, MO, 63103 (314) 421-6655 stlouisunionstation.com
A National Historic Landmark of unsurpassed beauty and elegance. The structure’s amazing architecture and its unique specialty shops, restaurants and entertainment venues that fill the Train Shed are not to be missed. Memories Museum, Self-Guided Tour, Free Guided Tour.
Visitor Center 701 Convention Plaza St. Louis, MO, 63101 (800) 325-7962 explorestlouis.com
Our friendly and informed volunteers are available to answer all of your questions about your visit to St. Louis. Pick up free brochures, maps and up-to-date event information on St. Louis area attractions and restaurants or grab a copy of the Official St. Louis Visitors Guide.