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Few cities exhibit baseball fever like St. Louis, and a Cardinal's home game is not to be missed if you're visiting; just be sure to wear something red. However, if you're timing ...
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If you're a chocoholic, then this is the place for you. With delicious treats like the Deconstructed Brownie, Chocolate-Covered Marshmallow, the Ultimate Chocolate Pizza and ...
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There's more free family fun located in these two blocks of downtown St. Louis than the rest of the city combined. Amidst fountains, trees, flowering plants, picnic tables and ...
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Yes, that is a school bus teetering on a ten-story building in downtown St. Louis. But don't worry, it won't collide with the airplane lodged in an oversized slinky strung into ...
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This is one of St. Louisans' favorite places for ice cream treats and hard to find rock candy. Teach your kids the difference between a phosphate and an ice cream soda in this ...
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Animal lovers young and old can get a rare close look at beautiful and rare wolves at the Endangered Wolf Center (formerly known as the Wild Candid Center). Home to endangered ...
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Forest Park is a must-see spot for families visiting St. Louis. One of the United States' largest urban parks, Forest is chock-full of kid-friendly activities and many major St. ...
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One of the city's most famous pizza places, Pi is the joint where President Obama himself stopped during a campaign visit to St. Louis. The pizza here is different from your ...
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Grant's Farm, the ancestral home of the Busch family (of Anheuser-Busch, Inc.), is a popular kid-friendly attraction in the St. Louis area. Here you'll find those famous Budweiser ...
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Kids will have a ball at this award-winning children's museum, located on the outskirts of the city. Hands-on exhibits like a three-story beanstalk (a la "Jack and the ...
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This St. Louis treasure is both the country's oldest continually operated botanical garden and a National Historic Landmark. While it's fun to take a casual stroll through the ...
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Here's another top attraction set in Forest Park. If your kids start to yawn at the idea of touring the humdrum halls of a dusty history museum, tell them at the Missouri History ...
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From horse-drawn carriages to street cars, this museum tells the story of people going places. Kids can climb around on boats, airplanes and bunches of old trains. Adults and ...
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One of the Top Ten science centers in the country according to Parents Magazine, this facility includes a planetarium and outer space program, along with great telescopes ...
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Take a day trip to this mega-amusement park located less than an hour's drive from St. Louis. Six Flags offers dozens of rides for young children, plus rip-roaring coasters that ...
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The St. Louis Art Museum is known for its world-renowned collections, ranging from 15th Century suits of armor to contemporary art of the millennium. Children of all ages are ...
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If you've seen one zoo, you haven't seen them all. Every zoo offers something special, and the St. Louis Zoo, with its abundance of unique, family-friendly activities, is ...
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