Show Me State Family Tour
Home of the World's Fair in 1904, and Summer Olympics of the same year Forrest park is one of the most popular stops on any city-goer's list. On the more than 1,300 acre property there is a zoo, art museum, sports complexes, golf courses, and open fields to enjoy.
Morning- St. Louis Zoo
The number two ranked Zoo in the United States boasts over 13,000 animals and 555 species. It's best known for its work in wildlife conservation and beautiful enclosures that often let visitors come face to face with the animal (through glass of course).
Afternoon- St. Louis Art Museum
Affectionately known as SLAM, the museum is the home to dozens of exhibits of works of art and ancient culture.
Downtown St. Louis
Bustling with business and art the downtown district is full of life, history, food and shopping. Incredible sculptures and landscaping occupy much of the open spaces.
Morning- St. Louis Arch
At 630 feet tall, the St. Louis Arch is known as the gateway to the west. It's also a building and a museum, at the top visitors get an incredible view of the Mississippi River.
Afternoon- Anheuser Busch
Anhueser Busch is known for its beer, and at the end of the tour there are even products available for sampling.
Union got its start as a train station but in more recent years has been converted to a mall and aquarium.
The mall is home to a delectable fudge shop, where the incredibly talented employees sing to visitors while they work, along with many other shops and restaurants.
The brand new state of the art aquarium features exhibits on rivers, sharks and the deep ocean. The aquarium is the home to over 13,000 animals and 250 species.