Area Info

St. Louis City

There is so much to offer in the city and many of the attractions are free! Here are just a few suggestions, please visit explorestlouis.com for more attractions and ideas for what to do in the city.

Gateway Arch is one of Saint Louis’ main attractions and has become the city’s icon. Enjoy a stunning view of the city right at the top when you visit the Gateway Arch and Saint Louis’ waterfront.

Forest Park which has 1,300 acres of lakes, walking paths and attractions including the Zoo, Art Museum, St. Louis Muny Opera, Science Center and the History Museum.

Enjoy a free brewery tour at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery

The City Museum is a great place for kids of all ages (from 5-50).

Chesterfield

If you’re looking for great shopping, then Chesterfield fits the bill with venues including Chesterfield Mall, Taubman Prestige Outlet Mall and St. Louis Premium Outlets.

Lake St. Louis

While in Lake St. Louis enjoy the different opportunities available for you to enjoy with your family including restaurants and shopping! Please visit www.lakesaintlouis.com for more information.

Saint Charles

Saint Charles is a city full of history! It was Missouri’s first capital and is home of Daniel Boone and the famous explorers Lewis and Clark. Today Main Street has many things to do including shopping and places to eat. For more information visit www.historicstcharles.com/.

Wentzville

Just west of  Lake Saint Louis, Wentzville has several new restaurants for your enjoyment while you are in town. Please visit their website at www.wentzvillemo.org.

St. Louis Charity Horse Show

St. Louis Charity Horse Show is proud to support: