Busch Stadium and adjacent Ballpark Village, three of the top attractions in St. Louis. Tour the Anheuser-Busch Brewery or visit Forest Park, home to historical and cultural icons, including the St. Louis Art Museum.
Visit this iconic brewery, one of the world’s largest, for a tour of the 100-acre headquarters featuring a beer museum, beer garden, and brewing classes. Take a specialty tour or pick up souvenirs from the gift shop.
Eat, drink, and play at this bustling entertainment destination adjacent to Busch Stadium and within walking distance of the hotel. Stop by for a concert, festival, pre-game tailgating event, or plan a night at the many restaurants and bars.
Don’t miss a visit to the world’s largest arch, located steps from the hotel. Reaching 630 feet, the Gateway Arch is the tallest man-made monument in the West, with a unique observation deck accessible by internal tram.
Interact with 13,000+ sea animals and explore life beyond the ocean. Learn about aquatic life from local streams and rivers to the depths of the oceans. Enjoy 44 interactive exhibits including three touch pools to pet a shark, feel a stingray and touch other marine animals.
You won't find anything like it anywhere but St. Louis. This 600,000 square-foot former shoe factory was transformed into a museum made of entirely found objects from around St. Louis. Part children's playground, part adult fun-house, people of all ages will enjoy the eclectic mix of architecture, art and whimsy.
An urban sculpture park located downtown. The park is an oasis of free interactive art, fountains and gardens spanning two blocks. Paved, winding paths lead visitors past 24 sculptures resting on wide lawns, six rain gardens, a children's spray plaza and a 180-foot-long pool with a six-foot waterfall.
Spanning more than 1,300 acres, this vast recreation area is home to four museums and several statues, monuments, and historical landmarks including the St. Louis Zoo, Science Center and The Muny. The park is also an outdoor hub for boating, ice skating, mini golf, and natural conservatories.
Enjoy the green space steps outside the hotel. The 90 acre park is home to The Gateway Arch and museum. Visitors can discover diverse plant life that includes a number of native species. Walkers, joggers and cyclists can enjoy more than five miles of trails. This is an ideal area for picnics, viewing the Arch and relaxing near the reflecting pond. The path connects to the 12.5 mile Mississippi Greenway.
The 79-acre National Historic Landmark is the nation's oldest botanical garden in continuous operation. The garden is home to a variety of outdoor and indoor horticultural displays including the tropical rainforest Climatron, the 144-acre Japanese Garden, the education William T. Kemper Center for Home Gardening and the historic Tower Grove House among other attractions.
Located along the Mississippi River, this historic national park is home to the Old Courthouse building, as well as The Arch, and was established in commemoration of the Louisiana Purchase and westward American expansion.
Check out this inspiring museum profiling the history and impact of blues music in America, located within walking distance of the hotel. Featuring a permanent and rotating collection of exhibits to entertain and educate, this museum is a can’t-miss.
Visit this museum for a look at the history of the metro-St. Louis region and its place in Missouri’s development. Offering free admission, ongoing exhibits include the 1904 World’s Fair, World War I, and iconic photographs.
Built for the 1904 World’s Fair at Forest Park, this longstanding museum features a collection of 30,000 works spanning many mediums and eras of art, including modern, African, Asian, and American Indian in paintings, sculptures, and installations.
Limited time exhibition recreates the awe and wonder of the ceiling paintings from the Sistine Chapel. The overwhelming impression for the observer will be the dimensions of the art, the closeness to the picture, and the modern style of the exhibition. As a result, the visitor can explore the artwork up close at a distance impossible to achieve in the Sistine Chapel.
Featuring signature St. Louis dishes like toasted ravioli and other Italian-inspired Midwestern favorites including deep dish pizza and homemade gelato, this restaurant is steeped in tradition and favorite of locals and visitors alike.
An icon of downtown St. Louis, this restaurant offers Cajun classics and down-home Creole dishes with live music and a bustling outdoor patio that hosts special events and treats diners to an authentic Southern eating experience.
Located steps from the hotel, this bistro serves up everything from traditional Thai and Vietnamese dishes to Asian-fusion favorites, plus an all-you-can-eat-buffet perfect for pre-show and pre-game meals in St. Louis.
Featuring three 9-hole courses, this historic golf destination has been redesigned for modern players of all skill levels. Admire the revival-style bunker architecture and contemporary curves on the roll-off and chipping areas throughout the course.
Featuring a championship Hale Irwin-designed 18-hole course, plus varying tee times for all experience levels, this golf destination is ideal for novices and experienced pros, with a full-service restaurant and bar, plus a driving range.
Located just three blocks from the hotel, this iconic home of Major League Baseball in St. Louis is a fan-favorite. Visit the stadium for a game, tour the ballpark and museums, or come by during the offseason for special events and arena tours.
Home to NHL action in St. Louis, this arena is located a 20-minute walk from the hotel and the destination in downtown for concerts and live entertainment, as well as other sporting events including wrestling, ice skating, and NCAA basketball.