Attractions in St. Louis

The most famous St. Louis attraction is the Gateway Arch—and it is a must-see destination for first-time visitors—but the city also offers numerous other interesting destinations.

Those of legal drinking age can enjoy two free glasses of beer with a free tour of Anheuser-Busch Brewery, also home to the famous Clydesdale horses. The City Museum offers numerous opportunities for exploration and an awesome outdoor playground at the former International Shoe building while the city and state's rich history is on display at the Missouri History Museum.

The renovated St. Louis Union Station and the kitschy International Bowling Museum are other popular stops unique to St. Louis and visitors can also try their luck with card tables and slots at riverboat casinos. Even for casual spectators, a visit to Busch Stadium is worth the trip just to be among the Cardinals die-hards, well known as some of the most enthusiastic baseball fans in the world.

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