st. louis ... 2020/11/02 ¢  st. louis aquarium | the st. louis aquarium at union

St. Louis ... 2020/11/02 ¢  St. Louis Aquarium |   The St. Louis Aquarium at Union
St. Louis ... 2020/11/02 ¢  St. Louis Aquarium |   The St. Louis Aquarium at Union
St. Louis ... 2020/11/02 ¢  St. Louis Aquarium |   The St. Louis Aquarium at Union
St. Louis ... 2020/11/02 ¢  St. Louis Aquarium |   The St. Louis Aquarium at Union
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    What’s New & Noteworthy

    St. Louis Aquarium | stlouisunionstation.com The St. Louis Aquarium at Union Station opened in late 2019, the $45 million attraction features one-of-a-kind exhibits and tanks with 1.3 million gallons of water housing thousands of aquatic species from the rivers and oceans of the world. � St. Louis Aquarium � The Wheel � Train Shed � Ropes Course � Mirror Maze

    City Foundry STL | cityfoundrystl.com Opening early 2021, the new mixed use development includes retail space and entertainment options, including a 10-screen theatre complete with luxury recliners and a full-service bar and restaurant. St. Louis’ first European-style Food Hall will welcome foodies to 20 hip chef-centric hot spots designed to celebrate food in an industrial setting. City Foundry STL is located in the Midtown area between Downtown and the Central West End neighborhood. The Mighty Mississippi | mohistory.org The Mighty Mississippi exhibit comes to the Missouri History Museum November 9, 2019-April 18, 2021, to connect guests to the past, present, and future of one of the world’s greatest rivers.

    Soldiers Memorial | mohistory.org/memorial The newly revitalized Soldiers Memorial Military Museum reopened in 2018. The museum continues its long history of honoring St. Louis service members and their families by telling their stories.

    The Gateway Arch Museum | gatewayarch.com Trace the story of the Native Americans, explorers, pioneers, and rebels who made America possible. Featuring six themed exhibit areas, this newly renovated, innovative and interactive museum celebrates America’s pioneering spirit.

    Ballpark Village Phase II | ballparkvillage.com Is open, the Cardinals $260-million second phase expansion of Ballpark Village. Includes more than 500,000 square feet of residential, office, retail, restaurant, entertainment, and park along Clark Street. An 8-story Live! by Loews-St. Louis hotel opened in late 2020.

    Sample Itinerary Day 1 � Old Courthouse � Gateway Arch � Old Cathedral � Lunch: Downtown ‒ Ballpark Village � City Museum � Dinner: The Hill Day 2 � Forest Park: Zoo, Art Museum, History Museum, Science Center � Lunch: Forest Park Area or Central West End � Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis (New Cathedral) � World Chess Hall of Fame � Dinner and Theatre Day 3 � St. Louis Aquarium � Train Shed & The Wheel � Lunch: Union Station or Downtown � Soldier’s Memorial � Citygarden

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  • Major St. Louis Attractions Red denotes FREE admission Adrenaline Zone/Demolition Ball Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour Ballpark Village Bellefontaine Cemetery Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site (World Heritage Site) Campbell House Museum Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis (New Cathedral) Challenger Learning Center Citygarden City Museum Contemporary Art Museum Endangered Wolf Center Forest Park Fabulous Fox Theatre Gateway Arch National Park Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruises Grant’s Farm The Griot Museum of Black History Holocaust Museum

    Inside the Economy Museum at the Federal Reserve Bank International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum Jewel Box The Judicial Learning Center Laumeier Sculpture Park Meramec Caverns Missouri Botanical Garden Missouri History Museum Moto Museum Museum of Contemporary Religious Art National Blues Museum National Museum of Transportation Old Cathedral Old Courthouse Pole Position Raceway Powell Symphony Hall Pulitzer Arts Foundation Purina Farms St. Louis Aquarium

    Saint Louis Art Museum St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame Saint Louis Science Center St. Louis Union Station ‒ Grand Hall St. Louis Union Station ‒ Train Shed St. Louis Walk of Fame St. Louis Wheel Saint Louis Zoo Scott Joplin House Shrine of St. Joseph Six Flags St. Louis Soldiers Memorial Military Museum Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House Soulard Market Stifel Theatre Ted Drewes Frozen Custard Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center World Bird Sanctuary World Chess Hall of Fame World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway

    Music, Dance & Theatre Circus Flora circusflora.org (June) Dance St. Louis dancestl.org Fabulous Fox Theatre fabulousfox.com (August-May) The Muny muny.org (June-August) Opera Theatre of Saint Louis opera-stl.org (May-June)

    STEM in St. Louis STEM Learning Ecosystems provide the architecture for cross-sector learning, offering all young people access to STEM-rich learning environments so they can develop important skills and engagement in science, technology, engineering and math throughout preK-16. Boeing Prologue Room Challenger Learning Center Circus Science with Circus Harmony Cortex Innovation District Donald Danforth Plant Center MADE STL Missouri Botanical Garden National Museum of Transportation Saint Louis Chess Club Saint Louis Science Center Telephone Museum World Chess Hall of Fame

    Powell Symphony Hall stlsymphony.org (September-May) Repertory Theatre St. Louis repstl.org (September-April) St. Louis Black Repertory Company theblackrep.org (January-June) Stages St. Louis stagesstlouis.com (May-October)

    Stifel Theatre stifeltheatre.com

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  • Group Dining

    Downtown Ballpark Village Biergarten at Anheuser-Busch (adults) The Fountain on Locust MX District (dine on your own) Old Spaghetti Factory (Laclede’s Landing) Rooster (breakfast & lunch) Rosalita’s Cantina Tin Roof Triumph Grill

    Midtown Blueberry Hill (The Loop) Favazza’s (The Hill) Fitz’s (The Loop)

    South America’s Incredible Pizza Co. The Blue Owl (Kimmswick) Pasta House Co. (many locations)

    West Circa STL Dave & Buster’s Pasta House Co. (many locations)

    Dine on your own options: Central West End Downtown/MX District The Grove Soulard

    Services for Groups • Group Tour Planner • Sample Itineraries • Maps & Visitors Guides • Escort Notes (aka Fun Facts) • Digital Images/Videos • Personalized Trip Planning

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