Baseball, beer, barbecue and beyond, there’s something for everyone to enjoy in St. Louis. With various nationally acclaimed restaurants and many eclectic neighborhoods, groups will find that St. Louis is a wonderful destination full of arts and culture.
From the attractions in Forest Park to the many points of interest throughout the region, visitors and residents alike are thoroughly entertained with theater, live music and museums that are all within reach.
“St. Louis is a great travel destination for groups,” said Renee Eichelberger, director of leisure travel sales at Explore St. Louis. “No matter if you are traveling here for business or pleasure, you are sure to have a world-class experience and not break your budget to make it happen.”
Explore St. Louis
The Gateway Arch preserves St. Louis as the “Gateway to the West” during the Westward Expansion Era. Ride to the top of the tallest man-made monument in the U.S. Visit the museum and reimagined park grounds. The modern park has expanded and is now better connected to museums, downtown and the riverfront.
Blueberry Hill has served delicious American dishes, including its famous burger, for over 40 years. The vegetarian options and homemade soups are also popular choices. Explore The Loop, “One of the 10 Great Streets in America,” offering six blocks of one-of-a-kind shops, restaurants, art galleries, live music, cafes and the St. Louis Walk of Fame.
Visit St. Louis Premium Outlets, located just 30 minutes from downtown and only 20 minutes from St. Louis Lambert International Airport. Shop more than 90 designer and name-brand outlet stores. Enjoy exceptional brands at extraordinary savings of 25%–65% every day for shopping that’s always worth the trip.
Experience the awe-inspiring Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, which boasts one of the largest mosaic collections in the Western Hemisphere. The cathedral was designated a basilica in 1997. It took 76 years and a dozen of artisans to finish the mosaics by hand with over 41 million pieces.