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Best things to do in St. Louis

Museum
“Constantly evolving art installation, playground and discovery center made from objects”
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Park
“Historic Forest Park was host to the 1904 World's Fair. Home to scenic walking and biking trails, picnic spots, the St. Louis Zoo, The Jewel Box (stunning greenhouse), the St. Louis Art Museum, The World's Fair Pavillion, the St. Louis History Museum, The Muny Opera (one of the largest outdoor theaters in the nation; catch a musical on a summer night under the stars!), and the outdoor Steinberg Ice Rink!”
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Hotel
“A must see if you have never been up to the top. A newly renovated museum is also included in your tour.”
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Garten
“Explore 79 acres of lush gardens, landscape architecture, greenhouses and conservatories”
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Zoo
“A great day of free entertainment. We personally love the Penguins and the seal lion exhibits. If you park across the highway at the turtle playground you can park for free. ”
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Kunstmuseum
“This is one of Tommy and Melody's favorite spots to spend a free afternoon. Galleries and collections from throughout history and the most beautiful grounds to walk in Saint Louis. We recommend this as a must see spot in Saint Louis. ”
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Baseball Stadium
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“If you don't have your tickets yet you can always check out KMOX special. You can get a voucher for 2 tickets for $11.20 and redeem them mins prior to game time for seats in the stadium. This is great deal if you want to go the day of to get your tickets.”
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Farmers Market
“Soulard Market is the oldest farmers market west of the Mississippi established in 1779 and is open Wednesday-Saturday. We have 13 local farmers, 1 organic farmer, a florist and spice shop, and many produce vendors. The market also carries a variety of other general merchandise like shirts, jewelry, incense, sports memorabilia, hand made soaps, carpet, photography and hand made crafts. ”
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Essen
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“World famous frozen Custard. You cannot go wrong ordering anything off their menu. Even if the place looks crazy busy and you can't find parking, you will still be served quickly. They've literally have the most amazing system. My fave is the Johnny Rabbit (Vanilla Custard, Cherries, & Chocolate)”
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Allgemeine Unterhaltung
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“Check out the new sports-anchored entertainment district in the heart of Downtown”
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Park
“Beautiful city park with a Saturday morning farmer's market (March - October), a great restaurant perfect for Sunday brunch, and strolling paths great for jogging or an evening walk. ”
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Café
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“Great Breakfast/ Brunch, make sure you get there early it tends to get crowded!”
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Essen
“Free brewery tours! Get a history lesson complete with a free beer or two! End things at the biergarten for lunch/dinner. ”
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Point of Interest
“This is a beautiful place to tour, even if their aren't any events going on. However, they're always putting on a show, so be sure to check out their website so see what concert or theater shows going on during your visit!”
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Museum
“1.9 miles. Fantastic museum for all ages. Check website for special exhibits and weekend events for children. Great cafe food inside, too.”
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Frühstückscafé
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“Really excellent family friendly breakfast/brunch spot. It gets crazy on the weekends so be sure to check in with the no wait/yelp app so you can just roll out of bed and walk in to be seated. The Missouri sausage and apples crepe is so wonderful and their breakfast cocktails are so good! ”
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