This 1300+ acre urban park was designed to host the 1904 World's Fair and now is home to our region's Art, History and Science museums as well as our world famous zoo, all of which are open to the public and free of charge. There are also countless walking paths to meander through and paddleboats for rent to take into the Tidal Basin for an iconic St. Louis photo at the base of Art Hill.
Ride to the top of the Arch and enjoy the view. On a clear day you can see 30 miles east across the Mississippi River into southern Illinois or 30 miles west across St. Louis past the Missouri River. There is also a brand new underground museum highlighting the region's history.
Even though the Cardinals are out of town this weekend, the development surrounding the stadium is a great place to spend time and maybe ride a mechanical bull?
The Foundry opened during the pandemic and has become an instant hit for locals and visitors to enjoy the pop-up kitchens and local boutique retailers.
This huge, indoor bar & adult centric arcade is a great place to gather inside on a hot August day to enjoy ping pong, beer pong, cornhole etc.
Union Station was the largest passenger train station in the world when it opened in 1894 and served over 100,000 passengers per day at its peak in the 1940's. Today it is the home of our huge Ferris Wheel, giant aquarium and countless other small bars and restaurants including one that has epic milkshakes. Situated between Enterprise Center (home of the St. Louis Blues Hockey Team) and Citypark (the home of St. Louis City Soccer Club, our MLS team), Union Station is a hub of energy on the western edge of Downtown St. Louis.