3 Things To Do In Saint Louis

     

If you are visiting Saint Louis for any reasons, then there are plenty of attractions, sites and cultural spots for you to visit. However, you likely do not have time to and see them all. With that in mind, here are three must do things in Saint Louis.

St. Louis Zoo

Visit the St. Louis Zoo

If you enjoy visiting zoos and love animals, then you should definitely check out the St. Louis Zoo. It has more 18,000 animals across over 600 different species. You can easily spend an entire day exploring the zoo and trying to spot each and every animal. There are a lot of them, and each is incredibly interesting.


The zoo is on around 90 acres, so it is a large area that you will be walking around. If you like animals or are interested in the zoo, then you should definitely not miss this chance to visit the St. Louis Zoo. The St. Louis Zoo was first opened in 1904 and has since grown from a small zoo with a handful of exhibits to an enormous zoo that is located in the heart of Saint Louis. If you are visiting St. Louis and have the chance to visit the St. Louis Zoo, then you should not pass up the chance.

The Gateway Arch

The Gateway Arch in St. Louis

The Gateway Arch is one of the most iconic landmarks in all of St. Louis and across the United States of America. The Gateway Arch is 192m (630 feet) tall, and it is made from stainless steel. It is the world’s tallest arch and the tallest man-made monument in all of the Western Hemisphere.

The Gateway Arch is a popular tourist spot and viewable from across Saint Louis. This makes The Gateway Arch a great meeting point and landmark to navigate from it you feel like you might be a little lost. It doesn’t matter if you are staying with friends or at the Hotel Ignacio Saint Louis, you will be able to find The Gateway Arch.  

The Gateway Arch is hard to avoid in Saint Louis, and it looks fantastic from far away and up close. You can get a lot of great pictures next to and around The Gateway Arch. Your stay in Saint Louis will not be complete until you have been to visit The Gateway Arch.

City Garden

City Garden in St. Louis

If you enjoy visiting gardens and looking at plants, then the City Garden is the perfect destination for you. The City Garden is the most popular park and sculpture area in all of Saint Louis. It is set across 2.9 acres of land and has more than 1 million visitors each year. It doesn’t matter what time of year you visit Saint Louis; the City Garden is always open. You can see all kinds of fantastic things as you walk around the City Garden.

Due to the number of sculptures in the garden, it is a popular destination for people interested in sculptures and art in general. If you get the chance, then you should definitely visit the City Garden in Saint Louis.

Are you a resident of St. Louis? What are some of your favorite places to share with friends and family from out of town? Let us know in the comments below!

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