Sacred Splendor of The Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis

A short history: St. Louis Cathedral Basilica symbolizes faith, persistence, and architectural beauty. Archbishop John J. Glennon proposed this grand tower in 1905. Still, the plans were already in the making under the leadership of his predecessor, the Bishop of St. Louis, the Archbishop of St. Louis. Despite many setbacks, such as a tornado and […]

Beyond the Gates of Grant’s Farm in St. Louis

Start your day with a fun-filled tram ride through Deer Park in the City of St. Louis, where you’ll meet adorable bovine animals and other 4-legged friends that add to the charm of your visit. Your next stop is the Tier Garten, home to their adorable petting zoo. Watch the baby goats get bottle-fed, ride […]

Discovering the Beauty of Citygarden Sculpture Park

Citygarden is an enchanting and captivating sculpture park in downtown St. Louis’s heart. Spanning two city blocks, Citygarden is home to over two dozen of the world’s most fascinating sculptures, all of which grace the park’s lush greenery. Citygarden is the perfect place to unwind after a long day of work or play. Whether you’re […]

Wonders of Saint Louis Science Center

Welcome to the Science Center of St. Louis! The Center began in 1856 when the St. Louis Academy of Science was founded as the first scientific community west of the Mississippi. Over the years, it has become one of the world’s leading scientific discovery and exploration destinations. The Museum of Science and Natural History was […]

Masterpiece of Saint Louis Art Museum

The St. Louis Art Museum is one of the most aged museums in the United States, having opened its doors for the first time in 1879. Originally known as the “St. Louis School of Fine Arts,” the museum re-opened in 1906 in a state-of-the-art beaux-arts-style building. Initially funded by a city tax, the museum became […]

A Journey Through Forest Park

Forest Park Forever is an independent nonprofit protection that partners with the City of St. Louis to fix, preserve, and protect Forest Park as one of America’s great urban public parks so that a diverse community can enjoy it now and for future generations. With over 1,300 acres of woodlands, waterways, recreation areas, trails, prairies, […]

The City Museum Adventure

City Museum is an enchanting combination of art and adventure housed in a former shoe factory in downtown St. Louis. What started as a simple passion project has become an expansive indoor and outdoor playground that draws in visitors worldwide. Designed by the world-renowned sculptor Bob Cassilly and his talented craftspeople, City Museum transforms worn-out […]

Blooming Beauty Missouri Botanical Garden

The Missouri Botanical Gardens in St.Louis symbolize nature’s beauty and strength. Founded in 1859, they are the nation’s oldest continuously running Botanical Garden and one of America’s oldest National Historic Landmarks. The 79-acre Garden features a 14-acre Japanese Strolling Garden and a rich history of architecture. It is home to one of the world’s largest […]

Wildlife Wonders at the Saint Louis Zoo

The St. Louis Zoo is much more than an array of exhibits. It symbolizes the city’s dedication to wildlife preservation and education. Officially opened in 1910, the Zoo traces its origins back to 1904, when the World’s Fair Flight Cage, the world’s first flying cage, was opened.   Over the years, the Zoo’s animal residents […]

Exploring St. Louis’s Iconic Gateway Arch

Gateway Arch St. Louis is a place of history, innovation, and breathtaking views. It invites you to immerse yourself in art, wildlife, and discovery. Whether you’re visiting for a few hours or a full day, this iconic landmark will change your perspective, inside and out. Get ready to soar to new heights and marvel at […]