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A trip to St. Louis isn’t complete without some dining, shopping, and nightlife. St. Louis has many options to enjoy the city offerings - Leclede’s Landing, called ‘the landing’ by the locals offers shopping, eateries, entertainment, and a vibrant scene close to the Riverboat casinos along the Mississippi.
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The trendy Delmar Loop also offers ample places to grab a bite plus a happening night life. The Soulard neighborhood is home to the Soulard Farmers’ Markets and local Mardi Gras celebration.
Shaw neighborhood is home to the Missouri Botanical Garden where you can enjoy the Butterfly House exhibit and stroll amongst dozens of varieties of butterflies. The Hill is St. Louis’ Lil’ Italy area. South Grand Blvd is an area rich in eclectic Asian restaurants, shops and bars.
Enjoy a tour of the home of the Anheuser Busch Brewery since 1852. Experience how beer is crafted in this mega-complex and enjoy samples of freshly poured beers during this informative tour. Carve out time for the Grant’s Farm, the home of the Busch family, where you can enjoy a walk through their extensive animal collection zoo.
Check out more Missouri history at the hometown of Mark Twain, the author of ‘Adventures of Huckleberry Fin’, in Hannibal MO. Explore the childhood home of Mr. Twain and see Hannibal’s restored downtown.
Be sure to stop along the bordering Mississippi River and ride on a real Mississippi paddlewheel riverboat at Mark Twain Riverboats. During the 1-2 hour cruises, take in the tour of the area’s history and enjoy a nice dinner while onboard.
St. Louis is also sporting community. Cheer at a St. Louis Ram’s football game or St. Louis Cardinals baseball game. Stay the whole weekend or longer as St. Louis has so much to do. St. Louis sporting includes much golf and is home to many championship golf courses some dating as far back as 1901 like Normandie Golf Club, the oldest public golf course west of the Mississippi.