A St. Louis group tour will expose you to the city's unique charm and exceptional music, arts and cultural offerings. Planning a group trip to St. Louis means finding time for renowned attractions such as the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Saint Louis Zoo, the Saint Louis Science Center, the Old Courthouse, the Missouri History Museum, City Museum, Grant's Farm, and so much more. Don't forget the Anheuser-Busch brewery tours, and you can watch downtown become a sea of red during baseball season when the city cheers on its beloved Cardinals.
NOT your ordinary museum! Housed in the former International Shoe Company, the museum is an eclectic mixture of children's playgrounds, a fun house, a surrealistic pavilion, and an architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects. Let your imagination run WILD! From the first floor all the way to the rooftop, you will find fun and interactive things to do. After checking everything out, emerge onto the rooftop for more awesome experiences. Have you ever seen a four-story revolving ferris wheel...on a rooftop? That and much more await you at this fascinating museum for all ages.
Kemp Auto Museum
Discover the Kemp Auto Museum, a place where you can immerse yourself in the art and history of the European automobile. The Kemp Auto Museum is located twenty-minutes west of St. Louis in beautiful Chesterfield, Missouri. Step inside the Kemp Auto Museum and explore one of the finest collections of Mercedes Benz in the world. The Kemp Auto Museum displays historically significant and artistically inspired automobiles from the very earliest to the contemporary for public enjoyment and educational enrichment.
St. Louis Art Museum
Explore a vast collection of art work of the highest quality conserved across time and cultures. Teachers will love the array of educational art programs and workshops designed for each grade level.
Missouri History Museum
Enjoy a guided gallery tour to explore the history of the state of Missouri. Groups will love the opportunity to participate in interactive programs. Students and teachers will love the customized, interactive classroom programs designed to provide quality education.
The Magic House Children's Museum
An interactive children's museum that's fun for everyone from 1 to 101. Filled with hundreds of hands-on exhibits, the museum offers activities for visitors of all ages and interests. Infants enjoy For Baby & Me, an exhibit area inspired by nursery rhymes. Preschoolers love A Little Bit of Magic, a learning environment with a Texture Tunnel, Puppet Wall, Sand Play and a wet and wonderful playground, WaterWorks. Children in the elementary grades especially like theChildren's Village, a kid-sized community with a market, bank, library, garage and even a fishing pond. Older children enjoy Can You Solve the Mystery?, where they become detectives to solve an art forgery crime; and the Star-Spangled Center, a civic education center with a courtroom, legislative chamber, and the Oval Office where any kid can be president.
Six Flags® - St. Louis
Looking for some of the fastest, tallest, wildest, gut-wrenching rides in the country? Look no further; Six Flags - St. Louis offers some of the best including a few record-breakers. Climb aboard a fast moving roller coaster taking you to the highest heights or enjoy the gentlest adventures on the ground. Be whisked away on an all day adventure of fun in the sun as you soar into the 'wide blue yonder'!
Gateway To The West Arch
The nation's tallest monument, reaching 630 feet, the Gateway Arch has welcomed visitors for more than 40 years with its iconic, awe-inspiring shape. It anchors Downtown St. Louis and the Core of Discovery,an attractions district that is rich in history, art, and culture. Venture to the top of the 630-foot Gateway Arch on a tram and enjoy unparalleled, birds-eye views of the city of St. Louis. Meander through American history at the Museum of Westward Expansion, experiencing the Old West. See how mountain men lived in the 1800s, peek inside a covered wagon, and view rare Indian "Peace Medals". Witness the breathtaking construction of the Arch in the award-winning documentary film, "Monument to the Dream"
Visit this extraordinary farm which, among many things, is home to the famous Anheuser-Busch Clydesdale horses. A trip to their stables will leave you in awe at the height of these magnificent creatures. Visit the Tier Garten amphitheater for an up-close look at an amazing variety of unique animals. Enjoy a tour of Deer Park; a natural setting where exotic animals are free to roam. Stroll through Ulysses S. Grant's cabin which he built with the help of a few friends in just three days, naming his farm "Hardscrabble". Grant's home became the property of August Busch, Sr. in 1907; three years after it was on display at the 1904 World's Fair. There are dining and shopping opportunities to enjoy as well.
St. Louis Science Center
Visit this fabulous Science center in famed 'Forest Park' to see a life-sized animated Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops, play a laser harp, or create a 'virtual fish' in Cyberville. Explore the science of engineering, cross over the interstate to clock the speed of travelers using a radar gun, and visit the Flight! Gallery in the tunnel on your way to the Planetarium. See a spectacular night sky show and catch a glimpse of what it is like to live and work on the International Space Station. Top it off with an OMNIIMAX® movie in the state-of-the-art theater designed for you to see, hear and feel more of the action on-screen.
St. Louis Zoo
No visit to St. Louis is complete without a trip to the world-famous St. Louis Zoo. Over 800 species are represented throughout this 90 acre park. Every animal imaginable lives in this beautifully landscaped zoo which is alive with excitement and wonder! Plan to spend the day as there is so much to see and do! In addition, student groups are offered many different classroom presentations, Zoo tours, and overnight educational adventures. The Zoo provides loads of exciting summer classes and camps including Camp KangaZoo and Teen Camp. Class topics range from Fantastic Felines to Grossology 101 to Photography at the zoo. Spend an hour or two or multiple days during a Camp learning about the zoo and its inhabitants. Camps feature four exciting days of hands-on activities and guided Zoo tours, followed by an overnight adventure.
Welcome To Meramec Caverns, Missouri's ' Buried Treasure'. Beneath the fertile rolling hills of the Meramec Valley lies a complex of mineral formations and color as rare and unique as they are beautiful. These jewels of nature which took thousands of years to grow are preserved in the spectacular sights of Meramec Caverns. Guided tours by trained rangers are conducted along well-lit walkways. All cavern facilities are accessible to the disabled. Learn how an ancient limestone "Wine Table" and an entire 7-story mansion were built... all underground. On tour you will see both the rarest and largest cave formations in the world. Meramec Caverns is the largest commercial cave in the state of Missouri. Meramec Caverns is open year round and offers a fun, affordable vacation for all its visitors.
The Muny Theater
"The Muny", as the Municipal Opera is called, is the nation's oldest and possibly the largest outdoor theater, offering a summer tradition of plays and productions onstage as never seen before. Not only will you see elaborate sets and costumes, but a real-life helicopter 'fly-over' during the evacuation scene from "Miss Saigon or an authentic street car rolling by in "Meet Me in St. Louis". The Muny is an excellent setting for bringing such realistic elements to the shows. There is nothing quite like sitting under the stars on a warm summer night watching a great show!
Cardinals Baseball Game
Enjoy a professional game at Busch Stadium.
Bissell Mansion Restaurant and Murder Mystery (Dinner Theater)
Samwiches, Inc. (in-house catering for City Museum)
The Spaghetti Factory
Sweetie Pies Restaurant