Situated in the heart of the country, the “Gateway City” offers all the resources and attractions of a large city while maintaining a strong sense of community and historic culture. A weekend in St. Louis can be spent doing a variety of exciting indoor and outdoor activities.
Start your weekend exploring world-class attractions such as the St. Louis Zoo, Grant’s Farm and the Missouri Botanical Gardens. Visit the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales during an Anheuser-Busch brewery tour or catch the action at Busch Stadium while the St. Louis Cardinals host an afternoon game. Once the sun goes down, see a production at The Muny, St. Louis’ world-renown outdoor musical amphitheater, or ride a paddle boat around one of the many lakes in Forest Park. Venture to Ted Drewes Frozen Custard to indulge in a St. Louis-style “concrete” at the Route 66 location.
Before returning home, make sure to discover kid-friendly attractions such as the Magic House, Science Center and the City Museum. Take a journey 625 feet to the top of the St. Louis Arch and explore the restaurants on Laclede’s Landing. In the evening, take in a play or musical at the Fabulous Fox Theatre or dine on The Hill, where Italian-Americans operate many family owned restaurants with a reputation for the best Italian dining outside of Italy. http://explorestlouis.com/visit-explore/discover/25-things-to-do-in-st-louis/http://www.claytonmo.gov/Visitor/Get_to_Know_Clayton_Video.htmhttp://explorestlouis.com/visit-explore/see-do/
For additional St. Louis tourist information, please contact the hotel’s Concierge.
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