Jan 29, 2015
Visiting St. Louis

With activity options ranging from laser tag to historic tours, St. Louis has something for everyone. This is your chance to ride to the top of the world-famous Gateway Arch and see the city from above. Or if you’re interested in the nightlife and local live music scene, Washington Avenue and Laclede’s Landing aren’t to be missed. And don’t forget to take a walk through historic Forest Park, site of the 1904 World’s Fair.
The official St. Louis tourism Web site has plenty of ideas to suit your interests. Find information about food and restaurants, music and nightlife, museums, shopping, family-friendly activities, and tours of the city. Here are some suggested highlights:

  • Visit “A Room Divided,” a special exhibit at the Eugene Field House and St. Louis Toy Museum. This exhibit explores the diverse pre-Civil War life in St. Louis, and is being featured in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the Civil War. More information about the museum and exhibit can be found here.
  • Take a tour at the Anheuser-Busch Consumer Hospitality Center and see the historic brew house, beechwood lagering cellar, and the Budweiser Clydesdale stable.
  • Or if you’d like to get some exercise while touring the city, you can try City Cycling Tours, which provides bicycles and helmets to accompany guided, narrated tours.
  • The St. Louis Cardinals will be hosting the Pittsburgh Pirates June 29 if you’re looking to catch a game after the conference. You can check out the team’s Web site here.

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