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Kids can visit a colossal nine-foot high Clifford with a tail to slide down, just like Emily Elizabeth does on the television show, help fill Clifford’s big dog bowl with bones using a conveyor belt and find “bone”-ifide treasures at T-Bone’s Beach.
See paper kite butterflies in our tropical conservatory, build paper butterflies, and decorate your very own kite to take home.
Begin your weekend a little early by enjoying live blues music as you cruise the Mississippi River aboard a historic riverboat.
This hour-long, theme-based program offers participants of all ages hands-on opportunities to learn about St. Louis and westward expansion.
The CityArchRiver Foundation and National Blues Museum are teaming up to bring a free concert series to the Gateway Arch park grounds.
The concerts are FREE and family friendly, we even have a spot for the kids to play while the concerts are going on!!
Join us in Tower Grove Park for the region’s premier multicultural celebration, featuring over 40 ethnic food booths, non-stop dance and music, arts and crafts, and an international bazaar with unique gifts from around the world.
Head to Gateway Motorsports Park to take part in a number of events throughout the day while enjoying the Indy Car series.
The 2017 Verizon IndyCar Series date is scheduled for the evening of Saturday, August 26, with practice and qualifying on Friday, August 25.
Explore the architectural legacy of the heart of the city. From the bustling riverfront of the French-American entrepreneurs to the skyscrapers of the 20th century, you’ll find famous architectural and engineering marvels. Highlights: Old Courthouse, Old Cathedral, Gateway Arch, Eads Bridge, Old Post Office, Wainwright Building, Philip Johnson-designed office building. St. Louis' fascinating history and groundbreaking architecture is featured in a walk around downtown led by experienced volunteer guides from Landmarks Association of St. Louis. Every Saturday April through October,…