Category Archives: Tour Attractions

The Shrine of St. Joseph

The Shrine of St. Joseph Welcome to The Shrine of St. Joseph, the site of the only authenticated miracle in the Midwestern United States. This church, sitting in Columbus Square in St. Louis, began in 1843 when Jesuits founded the parish for mostly German local residents. In 1887 it saw its first major miracle declared…
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Tower Grove Park

Tower Grove Park The mission of Tower Grove Park is to be an exemplary, well-preserved and well-presented, wooded Victorian park of international significance that provides important recreational, educational and cultural opportunities for the public in a way that is compatible with its unique and historic character. - Tower Grove Park Welcome to Tower Grove Park,…
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St. Louis Union Station

St. Louis Union Station Welcome to the St. Louis Union Station, 'The Grandest Station in the Nation'! This historic St. Louis icon saw its beginning when the first train arrived here September 1st, 1894, changing 'the Gateway to the West' into 'the Gateway to America'. At the time it was one of the largest and…
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STL Haunted History Tour

STL Haunted History Tour Get to know the dark side of St. Louis with the STL Haunted History Tour, one of the most thrilling tours in the area! Follow David Riordan through the oldest, most historic, and most haunted part of St. Louis, the neighborhood of Laclede's Landing. David is a master storyteller whose family…
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Delmar Loop Food Tour

Delmar Loop Food Tour The first and best food tour in St. Louis! Get ready for a truly tasty adventure as you and your group take on the Delmar Loop Food Tour! Get the dish on Delmar with this tour, a 3-hour exploration of St. Louis' most 'diverse, lively, and delicious foodie destinations'. Explore the…
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The Magic House

The Magic House Welcome to The Magic House, the St. Louis Children's Museum located in Kirkwood. First opened in 1979 in a quaint little 5,500 square foot Victorian mansion, this museum provides guests with educational exhibits, hands-on activities, and regular entertaining and educational events. Inside your students will have the opportunity to explore hundreds of…
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Alki Beach

Alki Beach [caption id="attachment_33397" align="alignright" width="425"] Alki Lighthouse Pixabay Public Domain[/caption] Perhaps you didn't know it before, but here in Seattle, you can spend a day at the beach soaking up the sun! That's right, Seattle is home to one of the West Coast's most unique beaches, the 2-mile stretch known as Alki Beach. Full…
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Pioneer Square

Pioneer Square Come experience the natural beauty of the neighborhood now the birthplace to thriving businesses, vibrant shops, lively arts, top rated eateries and night life ranging from manic to romantic. It's all here, waiting to be explored... Welcome to Pioneer Square, one of the most visited districts in Seattle, the very birthplace of the…
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Seattle Aquarium

Seattle Aquarium Inspiring Conservation of Our Marine Environment. Welcome to the Seattle Aquarium, the AZA-accredited marine education center located at Pier 59 on the Elliot Bay. This aquarium first opened in 1977 and has since seen a total of 27 million happy visitors go through its doors! It is the 9th largest aquarium in the…
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The Seattle Great Wheel

The Seattle Great Wheel [caption id="attachment_33370" align="alignright" width="276"] Seattle's Great Wheel, a Ferris wheel on the waterfront.[/caption] The Seattle Great Wheel provides one of the best ways to see the seaside city of Seattle, this massive 175-foot wheel considered to be the tallest Ferris Wheel on the West Coast! The Great Wheel first opened here…
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