100 Carondelet Plaza, St. Louis, Missouri 63105 USA
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Destination Information

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.

For additional St. Louis tourist information, please contact the hotel’s Concierge.

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Things To Do
See our Calendar of Events for a complete list of all the exciting experiences available at The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis and see our area Attractions for nearby points of interest.
Giveback Getaways
Turn your getaway into more than just a vacation. We invite our guests to join in a half-day voluntourism experience that contributes something meaningful to our community with the The Flora Conservancy of Forest Park. Volunteers have the opportunity to contribute to various projects supporting the natural flora of Forest Park. Gardening skill is not necessary, as training classes are part of the program. All volunteers are offered on site training topic include soil amendments and composting, plant identification, installation and design.