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St. Louis Attractions

For the best things to do with family and friends, the Gateway City is the ultimate choice for fun in Missouri. From professional baseball games at Busch Stadium to exciting theme parks like Six Flags, St. Louis offers a long list of destinations that will you won't find anywhere else. Other must-sees include the Gateway Arch, St. Louis Zoo, and Anheuser-Busch Brewery.

Cahokia Mounds

Preserving the remains of an ancient Native American city near Collinsville, Illinois, the Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site is across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, Missouri. Covering more than 2,000 acres, Cahokia is the most sophisticated prehistoric Native civilization north of Mexico.
Best known for large, man-made earthen structures, the city of Cahokia was inhabited from about A.D. 700 to 1400. Built by ancient peoples known as the Mound Builders, Cahokia's original population was thought to have been only about 1,000 until about the 11th century when it expanded to tens of thousands.
30 Ramey Street, Collinsville, IL 62234
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Cahokia Mounds

Katy Trail

The Katy Trail State Park is one of the nation's longest rail-trail projects-nearly 238 miles of scenic trail built especially for walkers and cyclists and stretching from Clinton east to Machens, in St. Charles County. Equestrians are allowed to use the western section from the state fairgrounds in Sedalia to Calhoun only.
The trail occupies a segment of rail corridor that once carried trains of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (a.k.a., the Katy). In 1986 the railroad ceased operations along this route, paving the way to creating the extraordinary recreational opportunity it is today.
The Katy Trail passes through some of Missouri's most scenic areas. In particular, much of the trail follows the mighty Missouri River, which feature amazing bluffs. In fact, the segment that passes between St. Charles and Boonville is an official portion of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. The trail includes other landscapes as well, such as forests, wetlands, valleys, remnant prairies and rolling farm fields. Despite the changes in landscape, the Katy Trail is relatively flat.
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Katy Trail
Adults and kids of all ages will love exploring the animal habitats and exotic species that are located in this popular attraction.
Saint Louis Zoo One Government Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63110
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Sample a range of brews as you experience the beer making process up close and see the famous Budweiser Clydesdales at America's most famous brewery.
1200 Lynch St, St. Louis, Missouri 63118
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The thrills never stop at this St. Louis theme park filled with rides, rollercoasters, live entertainment, shows, and fun dining destinations.
4900 Six Flags St Louis Railroad, Eureka, Missouri 63069
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The legendary St. Louis Cardinals play their home games at this magnificent baseball field that offers an unrivaled fan experience in the major leagues.
700 Clark Ave, St. Louis, Missouri 63102
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One of the most famous architectural icons in the Midwest, this landmark towers 63 stories over the city offering incredible views and a look at America's pioneer history.
100 Washington Ave, St. Louis, Missouri 63102
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