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Tour a collection of rare and vintage motorcycles at the Moto Museum, or explore the history, mechanics and design of the cart and buggy, planes, trains or anything else with wheels at the St. If you want to get behind the wheel don’t miss Pole Position Raceway for some world-class indoor carting action.
And if you’re visiting in the late winter, be sure to stop by the St. View a collection of art ranging across centuries and cultures from sculpture and oil paintings to charcoal drawings and photography at the St. Enjoy the works of newly established artists both locally and internationally at the Contemporary Art Museum of St. In addition to innovative exhibitions, the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts features concerts by the Saint Louis Symphony, panel discussions and educational programs.
Younger children will enjoy the Discovery Room filled with interactive exhibits and experiments, and visitors of all ages can explore over 700 hands-on displays including a life-sized animatronic Tyrannosaurus Rex.
At Myseum, kids learn science through fun and unique exhibits like a dino-dig, vet clinic, video wall, radar slide, magnetic ball wall, giant UFO maze, plus a whole lot more.
If you’re visiting in the fall or winter, you can catch the Visit this exciting Midwest theme park that’s fun for the whole family!
Visitors can loop the loop on Batman the Ride, soar at speeds of up to 62 mph on the Screaming Eagle wooden coaster and get soaked on the whitewater rapids adventure of Thunder River. Louis can also see live shows and concerts, meet their favorite cartoon characters and have tons of fun in the sun at Hurricane Harbor Water Park.
Once home to the 1904 World’s Fair, Forest Park is one of the largest urban parks in the United States.
It attracts 12 million visitors a year with world-class attractions and scenic walking and biking trails.
Soccer fans can watch the Saint Louis FC compete in the United Soccer League at World Wide Technology Soccer Park.
Create your own masterpiece in Art City, take notes with the world’s largest pencil and enjoy the view while grabbing a bite at The Roof Top Cantina.
Don’t miss the opportunity to try some of the city’s tastiest (and unique) treats. Louis-style thin crust pizza smothered in Provel cheese and then pick up a mouth-watering gooey butter cake (the most delicious accident ever created).
Snack on scrumptious deep-fried toasted ravioli at one of the many dining establishments on The Hill, a quaint St. And to top it all off, satisfy your sweet tooth at Ted Drewes with some signature frozen custard.
Visit Saint Louis University’s Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA), a venue committed to peaceful interfaith dialogue and understanding.