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Experience the Gateway City when you book one of American's flights to St. Louis. Stand beneath and inside the iconic Gateway Arch, snag great seats for a St. Louis Cardinals ball game at Busch Stadium and climb through the City Museum when you fly to St. Louis with American Airlines.
Get a bird's-eye view of the city from the top of the 630-ft. Gateway Arch. The stainless steel monument, commonly known as “The Gateway to the West,” is dedicated to the thousands of pioneers who set out from Missouri to settle the American West. This silvery ribbon is one of the most iconic structures in the U.S. and is a center of activity on the St. Louis stretch of the Mississippi River, with paddlewheel boat tours and other attractions below.
Explore Forest Park, the site of the fabled 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. With nearly 1,300 acres, Forest Park is one of the largest city parks in the country and it’s a hub of culture in St. Louis. Visit the Jewel Box, a greenhouse full of vibrant flora, and the historic World's Fair Pavilion while strolling between the park’s interconnected lakes.
Take the family to City Museum, a unique, hands-on attraction. Made of recycled, re-purposed and found objects ranging from jet planes to concrete animals, the place is meant for climbing on and monkeying around—literally. Get lost among the features, including an aquarium, Enchanted Caves full of weird and fantastical animals, an exceptional miniature railroad and—last but not least—the world's largest pencil.
Embrace the culture of St. Louis at the Pulitzer Foundation of the Arts. Not only does the Foundation host art exhibitions and the city's symphony, but you can also attend lectures and seminars here. Beyond Pulitzer, the Gateway City has a wealth of excellent art museums, including the St. Louis Art Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis and the Kemper Museum.
Root for the home team—the St. Louis Cardinals—at Busch Stadium, one of the most popular ballparks in the U.S. The local club, 11-time World Champions, is one of the most storied franchises in Major League Baseball. Even when it's not game day, you can take a tour of the stadium.
Book your flight to St. Louis with American Airlines today to see some of St. Louis' best attractions.
Follow American Airlines as we go off the beaten path to discover more things to do in St. Louis. Explore the solar system in miniature while shopping the Loop, journey deep into the earth in Meramec Caverns and let loose with St. Louisans at Laclede's Landing. American is with you every step of the way.
Go underground in Meramec Caverns, about an hour's drive west of St. Louis in Stanton. A park ranger will take you through the beautiful caverns filled with spindly stalactites. After your subterranean adventure, ride the zip-line through the treetops, float down the Meramec River by boat and pan for fool's gold and fossils at the Meramec Mining Company.
Let the kids run their bodies and minds wild at the Magic House, an inspired children's museum in a massive suburban Victorian mansion. Visitors of all ages will love the mini-Oval Office, three-story beanstalk, puppet theater and oversize kaleidoscope. Check the calendar for free events, music and arts and crafts activities.
Walk 3 billion miles in a mere 10 minutes at the Planet Walk at Delmar Loop, a scale model of our solar system. Each planet is placed along Delmar Boulevard, a six-block entertainment district of boutiques and restaurants. In between planetary sightings, browse through jewelry stores and art galleries, and pull up a patio chair at a café for some authentic St. Louis pork barbecue. Come nightfall, several lounges and bars have live music.
See the divine side of artistic expression at the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at Saint Louis University. Housed in the Fusz Memorial Chapel, this interfaith museum presents works from modern artists of all religions, striving to foster a dialogue for visitors to better understand the traditions of others.
Eat, drink and be merry at Laclede's Landing, a historic downtown hotspot chock full of dining options and nightlife. On the Mississippi River in the shadow of the Gateway Arch, this nine-block stretch has transformed from a manufacturing center to a nightlife hub. Take your pick of popular nightclubs, goofy novelty shops and horse-drawn carriage rides.
Book flights to St. Louis with American Airlines today to discover more great things to do in St. Louis.
|Shakespeare Festival of St Louis||May - Jun 2013; not Tue (annual)||Forest Park|
|St Louis Festival of Tap||Jul 2013 (annual)||Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel|
|Festival of Nations||Aug 2013 (annual)||Tower Grove Park|
|St Nicholas Greek Festival||Sep 2013 (annual)||St Nicholas Church|
|Saint Louis Art Fair||Sep 2013 (annual)||St. Louis|
|Kirkwood Farmers' Market||5 Apr - 28 Sep 2013 (annual)||Kirkwood Junction|
|Best of Missouri Market||Oct 2013 (annual)||Missouri Botanical Garden|
|Pancake Breakfast with Santa||Dec 2013 (annual)||The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum|
|NFL: St Louis Rams||Sep - Dec 2013 (annual)||Edward Jones Dome|
|Gardenland Express||Nov 2013 - Jan 2014 (annual)||Missouri Botanical Garden|
|FIM World Championship Supercross: St Louis||Mar 2014 (annual)||Edward Jones Dome|
|NHL Ice Hockey: St Louis Blues||Oct 2013 - Apr 2014 (annual)||Scottrade Center|
|Saint Louis Storytelling Festival||May 2014 (annual)||St. Louis|
|Kirkwood Farmers' Market||Apr - Sep 2014 (annual)||Kirkwood Junction|
|Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis||Religious Site||1|
|Gateway Arch/Jefferson National Expansion Memorial||Landmark||1|
|Missouri Botanical Garden||Park/Garden||1|
|Missouri History Museum||Museum||1|
|Museum of Transportation||Museum||1|
|St. Louis Art Museum||Museum||1|
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