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Best things to do in St. Louis

“Constantly evolving art installation, playground & discovery center made from found objects.”
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“2nd largest urban park in the US (2nd only to NYC's Central Park). It's beautiful with walking and bike trails, golf course, museums, zoo, restaurant/Boathouse, and Famous from the 1904 Worlds Fair...the Grand Basin and Art Hill. ”
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“Unbeatable experience; but you may have issues if you have issues with crowds/tight spaces.”
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“So many things to do at the Zoo and it's entirely free! Certainly worth the visit, especially with the family!”
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“A small entry fee will get you into this top tier botanical garden. They have great events throughout the year and beautiful space to explore. ”
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Art Museum
“Grand beaux arts building & modern extension housing over 30,000 works of art, with free admission.”
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Baseball Stadium
“Home of MLB’s St. Louis Cardinals, this red-brick ballpark offers tours & Gateway Arch views.”
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Point of Interest
“Restored 1920s movie palace, now hosting musical performers & touring Broadway shows.”
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Farmers Market
“Soulard Market is the oldest farmers market west of the Mississippi established in 1779 and is open Wednesday-Saturday. We have 13 local farmers, 1 organic farmer, a florist and spice shop, and many produce vendors. The market also carries a variety of other general merchandise like shirts, jewelry, incense, sports memorabilia, hand made soaps, carpet, photography and hand made crafts. ”
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“Tower Grove Park is huge! And it's a short walk away. If you're visiting during the weekend, explore the best of local offerings at the bustling farmer's market. Pack a picnic and enjoy an afternoon beneath the magnolia trees. Or rent a scooter and zoom through the tree-lined paths. ”
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General Entertainment
“Check out the new sports-anchored entertainment district in the heart of Downtown”
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“1.9 miles. Fantastic museum for all ages. Check website for special exhibits and weekend events for children. Great cafe food inside, too.”
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“A fun, free tour for adults and kids. Stick around to receive your 2 free beers after the tour (free soda for kids!)”
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Science Museum
“Keep littles entertained all day at the Saint Louis Science Center (free admission, but pay for parking). Check out a production on the incredible Omnimax screen or learn about space in the Planetarium. ”
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Hockey Arena
“This large, contemporary facility hosts "St. Louis Blues" ice hockey & other sports games, plus concerts & more.”
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Coffee Shop
“Great Breakfast/ Brunch, make sure you get there early it tends to get crowded!”
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