Family-friendly, Theme Park and Sport
Enjoy 360-degree views and learn about the history of St. Louis at this world-famous landmark.
This quirky children’s museum invites visitors to crawl through whales, climb into tree houses and whiz down three-story slides.
In the middle of St. Louis, meet the exotic and endangered animals that live in meticulously recreated ecosystems from all over the world.
Spend a day exploring historic buildings and an indoor rainforest at the oldest botanical garden in the U.S.
This historic homestead just outside St. Louis has more than 900 animals and a Bavarian farmhouse that serves up a hearty, traditional lunch.
Transport yourself to different eras and places as you explore the vast variety of art, sculpture and artifacts in this renowned museum.
Step onto the playing field of a real-life action movie, dodging projectiles, practicing your stealth techniques, and honing your tactical prowess as you battle friends or strangers with paint guns.
You and your team will be locked in a spy mission escape room at Escape STL. This experience is for a maximum of 10 people. The duration of this experience is 60 minutes but allow for 90-minutes for the entire experience.
Travel back in time to the 1860s on this private tour to the most significant Civil War locations in St. Louis. Take a somber walk through the burial grounds of soldiers, see the site that commemorates Ulysses S.
You and your team will be locked in a spy mission escape room at Escape MSP. This experience is for a maximum of 8 people. The duration of this experience is 60 minutes but allow for 90-minutes for the entire experience.
Using your smartphone, you'll be given nearly 150 objects to find during your scavenger hunt. You'll then wander throughout the downtown area searching for the items. Once you've found the object, you'll send a photo in to score points.
Dive into the past of St. Louis and its surrounding areas as you trace the locations associated with the Louisiana Purchase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Cross the Mississippi River into Illinois to visit buildings that have been standing since the 1700s and historic sites dedicated to the explorers.