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St Louis: City Museum General Admission Ticket

1. St Louis: City Museum General Admission Ticket

Reserve your general admission ticket to the City Museum located in a historic warehouse in downtown St. Louis. Discover interactive and creative exhibits in which artists have repurposed the pieces of old cities to build miles of tunnels, climbers, bridges, and castles. Explore secret passages, grand galleries, playgrounds, ball pits, and many other weird and wonderful exhibits across four floors. Feel free to get active and creative and climb on the structures and take quirky photos. See some of the most famous exhibits, such as The World's Largest Underwear. For those into extreme sports, pay a visit to the Skateless Park and see a collection of urban skate ramps. Head to the Bug Room where you can see a variety of insects and taxidermy pieces. Ride on over 30 slides, explore the circus, an arts and crafts area, a large outdoor climbing space, and the Architectural Museum. Take a break at the Cabin that serves adult beverages. Make your way to the roof and be amazed by the Ferris Wheel and a school bus hanging off its edge.

St Louis: 75-Minute City Trolley Tour

2. St Louis: 75-Minute City Trolley Tour

Take a trip back in time and ride in an authentic trolley around St Louis. Let your expert local guide explain to you how St Louis came to be and learn about its colorful history - from the 1800s to the present. See the Anheuser Busch brewery, Busch Stadium (home of the St Louis Cardinals), the 630-ft tall stainless steel Gateway Arch located next to the Mississippi River, the old St Louis Union Station (now housing an Aquarium and giant ferris wheel), the Old Cathedral and the newer Cathedral Basilica, the Old Courthouse, Millionaire's Row, Forest Park (with the Zoo), Science Center and Museums, Blueberry Hill with the St Louis Walk of Fame, Laclede's Landing, and the sights and sounds of Downtown St Louis. As members of the Professional Tour Guide Association, your guides are constantly expanding their knowledge of historic St Louis. So come join them on a journey into the past as they show you some of the wonderful history of this beautiful city.

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What people are saying about St. Louis

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 18 reviews

Gregory was extremely, patient, friendly, professional and helpful in finding our way to the trolley since gps wasn’t working due to road closures and was frustrating with all the traffic due to ballgames. He went over and beyond the call and stayed on the phone with us until we got there. Our call dropped and he called us back to make sure we made it. Even notified the bus driver that we were on the way and got us there right on time. THANK YOU GREGORY!

Rich was a great guide and certainly knows the city, we saw so much of interest and learned a lot about the 1904 Worlds Fair and Forest Park, saw all the highlights, wish we had been staying in the area longer, so many free things to do, zoo and museums come to mind. Only thing we missed was seeing the Gateway Arch, I think the road was closed that he would have used.

It was great tour for a very quick weekend I had in St. Louis. I got to see the best of the city in 75 minutes. The guide was very nice and funny. He told us stories about the city, relevant historic and fun facts. Highly recommended.

Even tho it was raining hard. The tour was very informative and the guide was was funny

Great experience very knowledgeable covered all St Louis attractions