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See the Gateway Arch in St Louis

See the famous Gateway Arch and other top attractions.

St. Louis is a bustling and independent city that is the beating heart of Missouri. The city proudly embraces its french-trade roots which can be seen throughout the city. You can expect to find delicious food, great music, and a robust culture that can't be found anywhere else.

1. Gateway Arch

The arch is arguably the most popular symbol of not only St. Louis, but of America's westward expansion as well. Located on the city's riverfront, the Gateway Arch offers a 5-seat, 4-mph tram ride up 630 feet to the top of the nation's tallest monument. The best time to visit is before 10am when it is very seldom crowded.

2. Anheuser-Busch Brewery

A trip to St. Louis without a visit to the Anheuser-Busch Brewery is simply sacrilege. St. Louis has played home to America's most renowned beer maker since its conception in 1852. Now with 12 breweries nationwide, Anheuser-Busch offers tours of its flagship brewery for free. Guests over 21 years of age can sample products in the Hospitality Room.

3. Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruises

Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruises offers a variety of different riverboat cruise themes. During the cruise down the Mississippi River, you'll learn all about the history of St. Louis and immediate surrounding areas, as well as the importance of the Mississippi River to the region today. Themes include skyline dinners, blues cruise, fireworks, Oktoberfest, Sunday brunch and many more.

4. St. Louis Art Museum

Featuring over 30,000 works of art, the St. Louis Art Museum is full of culture. With staple permanent exhibits and plenty of temporary traveling ones, this museum constantly offers new and exciting art. Collections include works of exceptional quality from virtually every culture and time period. Areas of notable depth include Oceanic art, pre-Columbian art, ancient Chinese bronzes, and European and American art of the late 19th and 20th centuries, with particular strength in 20th-century German painting.

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