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St. Louis Area Attractions

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tours Casino Queen
(314) 577-2626
Interstate 55 and Arsenal Street

This exhibit includes stops by the famous Clydesdale stables, as well as many areas that demonstrate how breweries operated in earlier days.

*FREE ADMISSION

(800) 777-0777

Less than 5 minutes from downtown St. Louis, across from the Gateway Arch. On the MetroLink, exit at the East Riverfront Station. 11 Cruises a day, great food and three decks full of action.

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Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis Cavern Springs Winery
(314) 533-0544
4431 Lindell Blvd

The world's largest collection of mosaic art is contained within this spectacular church of Romanesque-Bysantine construction. Visited by Pope John Paul II in January 1999.
(636) 947-1200
300 Water Street

Only two blocks from the Missouri River, this winery offers tasting and tours.
 
City Museum Daniel Boone Home
(314) 231-CITY
701 N. 15th Street

City Museum is a place of fantasy and wonder, mystery and craft. It is housed in three floors of a downtown landmark building. Exhibits range from caves and the world's largest windmill to a giant bowhead whale and fish tank.
(636) 987-2251
Highway 94 to 1868 Highway F

Ole Dan'l's homestead in Missouri. Inside the 1810 construction you will find an array of antique furnishings; outside, you will find the Judgement Tree.
 
Dave & Buster's First Missouri State Capitol

Earth City

Arcade for adults. Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.

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(636) 946-9282
200-216 South Main Street

Complex contains restored buildings that housed the state legislature from 1821-1826.
 
Gateway Arch Goldenrod Showboat
(314) 982-1410
Memorial Drive

The trademark of St. Louis is some 630 feet tall and offers a tram ride to the top from where you'll get a spectacular view. In the basement you'll find the Arch Odyssey Theater and the Museum of Westward Expansion.

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(636) 946-2020
1000 Riverside Drive

Matinee and evening Broadway performances highlight this year-round dinner theatre. Call for reservations.
 
Grant's Farm Harrah's Casino at Riverport Casino Center

(314) 843-1700
10501 Gravios

Come to Ulysses S. Grant's old homestead.

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(314) 770-8100 or (800)-HARRAHS
777 Casino Center Drive, Maryland Heights

Hottest action and best rewards in two elaborate casinos.

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Historic Main Street District History Museum
A 14-block area, you'll find the restored shops and homes of early St. Charles open for visitors. The hanging signs with their olde-style lettering greatly enhance the atmosphere. (314) 746-4599

Four levels of St. Louis history are available at the museum.
 
International Bowling Museum and Cardinal Hall of Fame Missouri Botanical Garden
(314) 231-6340
111 Stadium Plaza

Take a tour through Cardinal history, pay homage to the great ones of the game. The Bowling Hall of Fame traces the history and evolution of the sport.
(314) 577-5100
4344 Shaw

Flowers, plants, trees and good scents await the visitor to this outstanding collection.

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Montelle Winery Mount Pleasant Winery
(636) 228-4464
Highway 94

Situated 400 feet high on a bluff overlooking the Missouri River. The winery offers tasting and special events.
(636) 482-4419

Established in 1881 in the heart of Augusta – Features tours, tasting and picnic areas.

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Old Courthouse Players Island Casino
(314) 425-4468
11 North 4th Street
(800) 599-6378
Riverport Casino Center, Maryland Heights

Four casinos, a hotel, restaurants, shops, ballrooms, meeting space and an entertainment lounge.

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The President Casino on the Admiral St. Louis Art Museum
(800) 772-3674
St. Louis Levee, below Gateway Arch

Dockside casino with slots, blackjack, craps, roulette, live poker, restaurants.

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(314) 721-0072
Forest Park

One of the focal points of the 1904 World's Fair houses a collection ranging from ancient to contemporary.

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St. Louis Science Center St. Louis Zoo

(314) 289-4444
5050 Oakland Avenue

More than 650 free hands-on exhibits await you at this large complex that houses a planetarium, animated dinosaurs, laser shows, and Omnimax Theater.

*FREE ADMISSION

(314) 781-0900
Forest Park

The world-class Zoo has more than 6,000 animals on 83 acres in indoor and outdoor exhibits.

*FREE ADMISSION

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The Butterfly House Station Casino St. Charles
(314) 361-3365
Faust Park

The Sophia M. Sachs Butterfly House is a cultural and educational attraction. Visitors will see thousands of butterflies in free flight and actually witness the mystery of metamorphosis.

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(800) 325-7777
I-70 at the Missouri River

Slots, poker, craps, blackjack, roulette, live poker, video keno and dining.

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Union Station  
(314) 421-6655
Market Street and 18th

This refurbished old train station is filled with shops and restaurants along with special activities and performances.
 
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