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Gus’ Pretzels is famous for their handmade pretzels and dipping sauces. There’s a glass window inside the shop so customers can see the process of making pretzels and sauces. The kids loved watching the employees make THEIR pretzels. The prices are decent, and the...
Two Great Rivers
The kids won't forget seeing the confluence of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Two great rivers. It is a historical marker which bares symbolism in the Louis and Clark expedition....
The Gateway Arch
The Gateway Arch… truly a gem in St. Louis. With 630 feet of beauty, it boasts a spectacular view of St. Louis to the west and the Mississippi River and western Illinois to the east. The arch is a symbol of the westward expansion. After seeing the massive landmark,...
We spent hours at the St Louis Science Center (member of the ASTC Passport Program). This place is for kids of all ages. From IMAX movies to science experiments they have lots to inspire your mind. They even had a special hands-on area just for younger kids. We had...
Basilica and Mosaics
Besides the Vatican, the Basilica Cathedral of St Louis has the largest collection of mosaics in the WORLD. Our family would love to hop on a plane and take two months to explore Europe but, um, that’s not happening anytime soon. While we were walking through the...
St. Louis Zoo – Lions, Tigers, & Bears!
Lions, tigers, and bears… oh my! It doesn't stop there, though. There are butterflies, sea lions, penguins, snakes, lizards, zebras, and much, much more. MASSIVE doesn't begin to describe the St. Louis Zoo! With 89 acres of animal exhibits, plant life, and...
The Last Great Train Station
Union Station has been transformed from a abandoned train station to a mall with unique shops and fancy restaurants. The station was the "last great train station" (1884) of the US before the car industry shift the rails northward towards Chicago. Yes, this was once...
St Louis is rich with American History ranging from stories of the Westward expansion, World’s Fair, Railroad hubs to breweries. Whether you’re a beer drinker or not, when Adolphus Busch joined Eberhard Anheuser’s (his father-in-law) company they dramatically changed...