Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis
Visit the beautiful Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis to view the world’s largest collection of mosaic art.
Saint Louis Art Museum
The Saint Louis Art Museum is the place to visit to view a wide collection of art including American, African American, Modern, and Oceanic art, as well as several others.
Missouri History Museum
This museum features many interactive galleries and special exhibitions. A good way to make history come back to life!
St. Louis Walk of Fame
The Walk of Fame is a permanent series of plaques for the stars constructed on the University City Loop. Each star and plaque represents a different honoree. A person can be nominated by being born in St. Louis or spending their creative/formative years there AND had a national impact on the cultural heritage.
Soulard Market and Neighborhood
Soulard is a diverse community and one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. The farmer’s market dates back to 1841.
The Old Courthouse was built between 1839 and 1862. The Old Courthouse has exhibits and murals. This is a historic place where Dred Scott sued for his freedom and Virginia Minor sued for women’s right to vote.
View this amazing monument from the ground or travel to the top for an amazing view of the city. The Gateway Arch is a must-see when in St. Louis.
Riverboat Cruises – Sightseeing & Dinner Cruise
Your captain will narrate your hour riverboat journey. Your group will learn about the Mississippi River from a National Park Service ranger that will be aboard. The captain will inform your group about the Riverfront, Gateway Arch, and other historic sites along the way. Set sail on the Tom Sawyer or Becky Thatcher riverboats!
Katherine Dunham Museum
Katherine Dunham Museum houses many aspects of Katherine’s career as a dancer, choreographer, teacher, writer, and dance company owner. The displays include photos, costumes, letters, awards, and more.
Busch Stadium Tour
Home of the 2011 World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals, Bush Stadium is a great place for your group to visit! Get a behind the scenes guided tour of one of America’s greatest stadiums. See the dugouts, the redbird club, stand on the field, and so much more!
St. Louis’ Union Station was at one time the largest and busiest passenger rail terminal in the world. Group travelers will enjoy the beauty and history union station has to offer along with over 80 shops and eateries!