Attractions
in St Louis, MO (showing 1 - 12 out of 24)

The city is full of hidden gems and treasures. If you’re tired of always hitting the same spots, take a look at all the options below. We showcase businesses near you where you could spend countless hours of endless fun with your entire family.

Say goodbye to the boring weekends and routine birthday parties. Think outside the box and dare to try something new. Take a look at what your city has to offer – all within driving distance of your location. You might be surprised!

City Museum

750 N 16th St
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(314) 231-2489

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Part playground and part funhouse, the City Museum is one of the most unique museums in the nation, built entirely out of items found in urban St. Louis. Exhibits and attractions include the world's largest pencil, The World Aquarium, and an interactive sculpture.

Compton Heights

St Louis, MO

(314) 776-2227

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Visit one of the oldest planned residential neighborhoods in America. Compton Heights is located in the Compton Hill Historical District, and the neighborhood's design is practically as unchanged now as it was when it was constructed in 1889. It consists of 200 homes maintained and preserved over the decades by St. Louis zoning laws.

Enterprise Center

1401 Clark Ave
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(314) 622-5400

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Home to the St. Louis Blues Hockey Club, Scottrade Center hosts more than just sporting events. Check out the concerts, ice shows, family shows and other attractions that visit St. Louis through the Scottrade Center.

Fairground Park

1200 Market St
St Louis, MO 63103   Directions

(314) 289-5300

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Opened in 1908, Fairground Park offers activities for every age and lifestyle. There are places for fishing, swimming, skating, tennis, baseball, soccer, and basketball. Just stay out of the bear pit!

Field House Museum

634 S Broadway
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(314) 421-4689

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Visit the city's first historic house museum, the Eugene Field House & St. Louis Toy Museum which contains a variety of material related to the Dred Scott trial and his lawyer, Roswell Field, as well as toys, books and furniture dating back to that time period.

Forest Park Forever

5595 Grand Dr
St Louis, MO 63112   Directions

(314) 367-7275

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Pack a picnic when you head to Forest Park. With over 1,000 acres, a golf course, athletic fields, lakes, and a path system, you'll never want to leave the great outdoors.

Gateway Arch

707 N 1st St
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(877) 982-1410

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Easily the most recognizable landmark in St. Louis, the Gateway Arch memorializes Lewis and Clark's expedition towards the west, which gave St. Louis the nickname The Gateway to the West. Explore the Arch itself, as well as the surrounding museums, theaters, and other attractions.

Grant's Farm

10501 Gravois Rd
St Louis, MO 63123   Directions

(314) 843-1700

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Once Ulysses S. Grant's personal farm, Grant's Farm now belongs to the Busch family and houses 100 different species of animals, among many other attractions. Ride a tram to see these animals in their natural habitat, and meet a few in the petting areas.

Jefferson Barracks Historic Park

345 N Rd
St Louis, MO 63125   Directions

(314) 615-8800

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Jefferson Barracks Historic Park commemorates the military outpost established there in 1826. Stop by for a historic hayride or check out one of the shows at the amphitheater.

Lumiére Place

999 N 2nd St
St Louis, MO 63102   Directions

(314) 881-7777

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Find every type of romantic venue in Lumiére Place. The views of downtown St. Louis and the riverfront are spectacular. Enjoy a romantic dinner at an upscale restaurant, watch a live theater performance or relax in a lounge while you listen to live music.

Missouri Botanical Garden

4344 Shaw Blvd
St Louis, MO 63110   Directions

(314) 577-5100

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One of the most beautiful places in St. Louis, the Missouri Botanical Garden is also one of the oldest and is a National Historic Landmark. Take in the sights of the modern and traditional gardens and explore all 32 sections of the Missouri Botanical Garden.

Moolah Lanes

3821 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63108   Directions

(314) 446-6866

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