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The Gateway Arch Saint Louis, MO 14.2 mi away
#1 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
While I didn’t see it before so I can’t compare, the new, just-opened (yesterday!) Museum is gorgeous and well done!! Perfect family museum: mix of interactive things the kids enjoyed and artifacts and displays th...
Enjoy beautiful grounds all the way to the Old Courthouse! Serra Sculpture Park blends into Citygardens Sculpture Park (a very safe family-friendly place the kids love) with its colorful flowers, interactive fount...
Forest Park Saint Louis, MO 8.0 mi away
#5 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
... Science Museum, Boat House, golf courses, skating rink, jogging and bike path, Muney, tennise courts, History Museum, to name a few of the attractions that make this park GREAT for families, couples and singles!
The museums are varied but each gives an excellent insight into its contents - the science museum has many hands-on activities both for adults and children and has much info on the space programme.
City Museum Saint Louis, MO 13.2 mi away
#11 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
This place truly has something for every kid at heart - climbing and slides for the thrill-seeker, caves and unique spaces for the adventurer, architecture and hands-on craft and art projects for the artist, etc.
I’m sure going with kids is a fantastic and fun experience, but if you’re an adult who can still enjoy playing and exploring, it’s still a lot of fun! Definitely a unique place to visit - I had a great time.
#2 of 11 things to do in Kirkwood
I've been here for a writing workshop, a group of children exploring the center, just to hike on the paths, but especially to purchase Missouri Conservation items and renew my hunting and fishing license.
Toddlers will love to run the trails, preschoolers will love the interactive displays and elementary kids will love the animals and education.
Endangered Wolf Center Eureka, MO 11.8 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Eureka
The kids enjoyed an interactive, 30-minute classroom presentation on the different species of wolves, and learned about their endangered status around the country.
Learned a ton, my 9 year old had fun, great overall experience and would highly recommend visiting for adults and kids.
St. Louis Zoo Saint Louis, MO 8.5 mi away
#7 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
All the animals, bears, seals, baboons,birds, invertebrates, reptiles & shows are always wonderfully entertaining & educational☆☆☆☆ I love this Zoo, be it kids day out, Girlfriends walking club or Date Night for J...
Have a 'real' picnic at one of the hundreds of picnic tables available in the area - the kids will love it and if you drive around the park to find the 'perfect spot' a view of the Art Museum, History Museum, or o...
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Jefferson Barracks Telephone Museum Saint Louis, MO 13.9 mi away
#4 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
Our family, which includes my 80-year old father, and our kids, ages 10 and 15, loved this little museum with plenty of hands-on exhibits.
The kids enjoyed learning how to use a rotary phone!there were a lot of collections of telephones all the way from when they were invented.
The Magic House Saint Louis, MO 6.5 mi away
#19 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
... in a couple structures, elevator access to all areas, but quite a bit of walking around ... usually following a super enthusiastic kid, What Fun! It's really poolular so pretty crowded \, on week ends (any way).
It is a great attraction for kids and parents, we keep going back because there is always something to do, its better every time, they always keep it updated and they have many things to play and have fun with kid...
The Muny Saint Louis, MO 9.0 mi away
#14 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
Since Muny shows are locally produced (but with many Broadway actors brought in), it's fun for those of us from the area to see our favorites and watch the Muny Kids and Muny Teens become part of the ensemble.
Now I am married with two children and our family has been coming to the Muny every summer.. it has become a cherished tradition for us.
Sachs Butterfly House Chesterfield, MO 5.4 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Chesterfield
We visit the butterfly house with grandkids frequently a wonderful live exhibit imagine blue butterflies landing on your children staff is wonderful they have a play area inside and movie nice gift shop too
Children and adults alike were spellbound as they watched these delicate creatures flit and swoop amongst the plants and waters in their surroundings.
Missouri Botanical Garden Saint Louis, MO 10.5 mi away
#3 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
They have such a large variety of gorgeous natural outdoor areas, different topical exhibits for many tastes, great family oriented sections, and wonderful off-hours events, exhibits, and private venue spaces, tha...
Well-maintained, huge but lots to see in short walks, a trolley available, guides available, beautiful setting, peaceful, ample places to sit an enjoy, but very family friendly for strollers and young children, too.
Grant’s Farm Saint Louis, MO 9.0 mi away
#20 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
... accommodating taking our stroller and storing it in the front of the tram my kids absolutely loved feeding the goats and riding camels we were able to make some lasting family memories and definitely will return.
This destination blends historical facts about our 18th president with a free shuttle ride through a farm full of animals, a petting zoo, free beer, and viewing the Clydesdale horses made famous by the Busch family.
Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum Saint Louis, MO 13.8 mi away
#16 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
The memorabilia and history presented here is fascinating, and it's great for kids and adults alike.
It was fun to sit in the replica stadiums, Sportsmans Park and the first Busch and reminisce about games I attended there as a child at my first baseball game and young adult with our children.
Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park Maryland Heights 3.9 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Maryland Heights
The walking/riding/running trail is great, and the lake is really perfect for families or just relaxing.
I live in the St. louis area, this is a great park, with walking trails and a great place to visit for the whole family
Busch Stadium Saint Louis, MO 13.7 mi away
#13 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
... ... enjoyed hot dogs, cotton candy, peanuts, soda and other muncies ... always a fun time for family and friends to be able to attend a Cardinal ball game and enjoy one of the beautiful stadiums in the country.
The stadium is great and has just about everything you could want, from plenty of concessions, family areas, history and many attractions.
Lone Elk Park Saint Louis, MO 10.3 mi away
#21 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
Whether you are looking for a nice hiking trail, or a family trip to see the animals, this is a great option.
Scenic drive-through wildlife park where we were able to view several elk, a small herd of bison, wild turkeys and a small family of raccoons.
Castlewood State Park Ballwin, MO 9.5 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Ballwin
Hiking, biking or fishing in the river, pavilions and kids playgrounds-this park is great for young and old and your fur babies will love it too!
Even a railroad line runs through (elevated) .A playground for the kids, a creek for the dogs and Pavilions for picnics.
The National Museum of Transportation Saint Louis, MO 6.3 mi away
#27 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
... expensive, and we got wristbands to ride the passenger train around the grounds (which is super fun and informative) and also were the last 3 tickets for Creation Station, which is perfect for small children.
Mini train rides for the kids, completely refurbished antique railway engines and cars for the adults, and almost every other form of transporation on display for everyone!
Tower Grove Park Saint Louis, MO 9.9 mi away
#22 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
Established by Henry Shaw, has pretty cupolas and flower areas, trees and sports areas, bike routes, home to festival/markets/yoga/food truck events and has nice fountain area for kids, great for weddings, any fam...
The landscape includes a lily pond, formal plantings, the Piper Palm House, a bandstand, tennis courts, a wading pool for small children, softball diamonds, soccer fields and paths for walkers, joggers and bikers.
Saint Louis Science Center Saint Louis, MO 9.6 mi away
#28 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
Educational, inspiring and often having amazing and interesting special exhibits, this is one of the two places I think all kids visiting the city should visit - Along with City Museum, but in this case, you can d...
The Apollo XI exhibit was extremely well done and depicts what it was like for families at home to gather around their TV sets and watch humankind take the first steps on the moon.
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World Bird Sanctuary Valley Park, MO 10.0 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Valley Park
Love this place!!! My kids and I have been visiting WBS for 10+ years and every visit is a delight!
Children (and adults) who can be calm and quiet might enjoy the Parrot Party where a keeper lets a blue and gold macaw perch on your arm, talk, wave and give kisses : ).
Myseum Town and Country 4.8 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Town and Country
I was really impressed with the entire facility and our grandson absolutely loved every aspect of it It is perfect for younger children, including our 2-yr old grandson.
Myseum is a safe place where the kids can run around and explore all of the activities stations they have, there is even an area for smaller toddler age children.It's a mix of the science center and the magic hous...
Jefferson Barracks Historic Park Saint Louis, MO 13.4 mi away
#26 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
We were so happy to tour this park which included so many great family history sites including the JB Telegraph museum, the JB Cemetery and drove by the amphitheater which was all very impressive!
A visit to Jefferson Barracks is a must for history buffs and their families.
Laumeier Sculpture Park Saint Louis, MO 8.1 mi away
#34 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
Though it was humid ... even rainy ... it was a serene and stimulating space, with thoughtful installations, well-placed amenities, and special touches (a lending library and a scavenger hunt) for kids.
Whether you're interested in sculpture or trails or indoor exhibits for both adults and children, this park is a wonderful slice of nature tucked away behind the highway.
Central Public Library Saint Louis, MO 13.7 mi away
#6 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
The library has always provided books for children, even in the early 1900s when other libraries only provided reading material for adults.
My family of four (two daughters, ages 11 & 9) made a quick stop at the Central Public Library after our afternoon visit to City Museum.
Ulysses S. Grant National Historical Site Saint Louis, MO 9.2 mi away
#29 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
The attraction is free to enter and parking is free as well making it a great pit stop for families that want to get a little history lesson squeezed into their vacation!
It was very interesting to learn about the Grant family and see their home with artifacts from their life inside.This was originally the home of his wife and her family, before becoming theirs.
Missouri History Museum Saint Louis, MO 8.6 mi away
#31 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
With friendly staff, free parking, a wonderful location right in Forest Park, and great exhibits, it is a great place for a family outing that educates, entertains and inspires.
Great fun for the entire family, lots to see, do and explore, workers are very knowledgeable about all aspects of the museum, takes several days to see almost everything.
St. Charles Historic District Saint Charles, MO 8.5 mi away
#1 of 29 things to do in Saint Charles
If you’re a young family, can grab a burger at Big A’s, explore the historic riverfront, rent bikes for some exercise, grab an ice cream, stop by a candy store and take some gorgeous family photos.
What a charming downtown by the Missouri River, surrounded by Victorian homes converted into businesses or still housing families, St. Charles is a suburb of St Louis, MO.
Saint Louis Art Museum Saint Louis, MO 8.2 mi away
#8 of 240 things to do in Saint Louis
there is sculptures and pottery and paintings from all periods even 2-3,000 BC! take your kids and take a lot of pictures.
Very family friendly- ask about free family events on Sundays where you can foster your young artist's craetive passion. .
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Lewis and Clark Boat House and Nature Center Saint Charles, MO 7.9 mi away
#3 of 29 things to do in Saint Charles
The museum includes displays about geology, Native Americans, the Clark family, medical instruments, weather, the Missouri River, campsites, and model boats.
Adults learn so much and children are fascinated with the history and the scavenger hunt for different animals throughout the museum.