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Planning a Corporate Travel, Group Travel, Bachelor/ette Party, Wedding, Convention, Trade Show, Emergency Evacuation, Political Campaign, School Field Trip, and Airport Transportation or Religious Conventions to St. Louis? St. Louis offers music, theater, shopping, dining and everything you need for a romantic reconnection or a getaway with your girlfriends.
Visit the centerpiece of St. Louis – the Gateway Arch. America’s tallest man-made monument is a tribute to the opening of the American West, a sculpture, a history lesson or just a great time. Combine a tram ride to the top with a paddlewheel riverboat cruise, a giant-screen movie, a bike rental on the Riverfront Trail or even a sightseeing flight in the new Gateway Arch Helicopters.
From your vantage point at the top of the Arch or back on solid ground, you’ll see a new energy in downtown St. Louis. Here you can get into entertainment districts, casinos, loft condos and scores of new restaurants, retailers, and hotels in renovated historic buildings. Outside of downtown, attractions in St. Louis City and St. Louis County where new sights and lodging are added on a regular basis.
St. Louis outfitted mountain men, riverboat gamblers, fashionable Victorian ladies and wagon trains. Even explorers Lewis & Clark prepared for their historic expedition by buying their supplies in St. Louis. Today’s modern explorers find sophisticated styles, outlet bargains, and hard-to-find-at-home items throughout St. Louis. From clothes with that big-city look to antiques and collectibles, St. Louis has a store that carries what you really want. In St. Louis’ historic neighborhoods, antique shops line the streets with wares gathered from generations of St. Louis families. St. Louis’ most popular attractions also display unusual items in their shops. Art museum jewelry, botanical treasures, science gifts, and butterfly toys are just some of the gifts you’ll find in museum and attraction stores.
The region’s shopping malls have expanded, adding new stores, destination restaurant, and in-mall attractions and activities. Neighborhood shopping districts are also adding stores and shopping experiences all in walkable and pleasant surroundings. Huge regional craft fairs, flea markets, and art festivals are held throughout the year. Choosing from the great array of Charter Buses, Mini Buses, School Buses, Party Buses, Entertainer, Limousines, Limo Buses, Hummers, and SUVs, will definitely make your tour easy and enjoyable.
Entertainment – Entertainment can be found in several places in St. Louis. If you head to Forest Park, especially in the summer, you can find a variety of things going on, such as concerts and sporting events.
Arts & Cultural - The St. Louis Art Museum is the place to go if you love art or you’re in the area of Forest Park. The museum contains more than 34,000 pieces of art from Europe, Asia, ancient Egypt, and more. These pieces include pictures, paintings, sculptures, and more. The admission into the art museum is free, unlike many other art museums. While general admission is free, select exhibits may cost money for access.
Restaurants & Shopping – St. Louis is no slacker when it comes to shopping and eating destinations. First, head over to the St. Louis Union Station. Formerly a passenger-rail terminal, it is now a popular shopping destination with over 80 shops, dining options, and more. Another place for shopping is the Central West End. Here, you can find more expensive retailers and dining options. If you’re looking for great restaurants, head over to Roberto’s Trattoria & Chophouse and Pappy’s Smokehouse, two of the best restaurants in St. Louis.
Sports Venues – If you enjoy sports, you should head to the Busch Stadium. Home to the St. Louis Cardinals, the Busch Stadium attracts thousands of visitors each year. The Cardinals play in the major leagues. Other than the game itself, the stadium offers an amazing view of the St. Louis skyline.
Historical Sites & Landmarks – If you’re looking for historical places in St. Louis, you won’t be disappointed. First, head over to Grant’s Farm. Grant’s Farm was the farm of Civil War General Ulysses S. Grant and a later President of the United States. A landmark of St. Louis is its Gateway Arch. The Gateway Arch is a monument dedicated to the country’s expansion toward the West. The engineering marvel rises 630 feet and is 630 feet from one leg to the other.
Parks & Outdoor Activities – Looking for outdoor activities? Head over to Forest Park. The large park is actually one of the largest in the country. It is near 500 acres larger than NYC’s Central Park. Forest Park has countless things to do and attractions to visit, such as the St. Louis Zoo, jogging trails, tennis, golf courses, concerts, and much more. The park also has waterways on which you can drive your boat. Another outdoor place to visit is the Missouri Botanical Garden. A unique thing about this botanical garden in particular is that kids really love it. The botanical garden contains a children’s garden, which kids love. It features a limestone cave, a treehouse, a slide, and more. Other things to do in the garden include feeding the koi fish in the Japanese Garden, admiring the sculptures made of Chihuly glass, and even enjoying a picnic on the grounds.
Zoos & Aquariums - Situated within Forest Park, the St. Louis Zoo is one of the most popular attractions in the Missouri city. At the zoo, you can find a variety of animals, from tigers, lions, and bears to sloths, penguins, and more. Although the animal exhibits are quite popular, what makes the St. Louis Zoo so popular is the price. Well…there isn’t a price. Admission is FREE!
Other Points of Interest – Another great place to visit is the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. The Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis is a neo-Byzantine Roman Catholic cathedral which was completed in the early 20th century. The cathedral is known for its large mosaic collections you can find on its walls and ceilings. Almost 42 million small, glass blocks make up the installation, which puts it among the largest in the world. People come here not only for Mass, but to also admire the beauty of the cathedral.