St. Louis is the largest city on Route 66 between Chicago and Los Angeles and ideal as a Route 66 Vacation destination. St. Louis is great for sightseeing with many modern and historic landmarks and sites. Take a 630-foot ride to the top of the world-famous Gateway Archfor the finest view in the Gateway City.

There is also plenty of shopping including outlet malls, downtown shopping districts and antique shops.

Family fun is everywhere including the zoo, amusement parks, and many museums. And for the grown-ups there are galleries, live theater, dinner theaters and casinos. It is also known for great food & drink and there are many wineries and breweries to visit.
St. Louis Union Station - Museum, festival marketplace of specialty shops, restaurants and a luxury hotel.
Busch Stadium
Gateway Arch, St Louis
Saint Louis Science Center
Chain of Rocks Bridge (1929)
Missouri History Museum
Lafayette Square
Missouri Botanical Garden - Oldest Botanical Garden in the United States
Saint Louis Zoo
St. Louis Walk of Fame
World Bird Sanctuary
Scott Joplin House
Eads Bridge - World’s first steel-truss bridge built in 1874
Basilica of Saint Louis
Anheuser-Busch Brewery
MoPac Railroad Overpass - Lots more fun pictures!
St. Louis Railfan Guide has a lot of information for train buffs.
Eat Rite Diner - A Route 66 and St. Louis institution at 7th and Choteau where you can “eat rite or not at all”.
Carl’s Drive In: - Famous for its Root Beer and its “Friendly ambience,” an institution on Route 66 since the 1920s.
St. Louis Cardinals at the new Busch Stadium.
Rams take to the field at the Edward Jones Dome.
Ted Drewes Frozen Custard - Picture
Six Flags St. Louis
Westport Plaza’s 42-acre entertainment district
Magic House - interactive children’s museum.
Laumeier Sculpture Park with over 70 outdoor sculptures.
Brewery Tours of St. Louis.
Grant’s Farm - visit the Budweiser Clydesdales and take a ride on the carousel. 
City Museum’s unique all-ages playground filled with caves, slides and climbing apparatus.
Museum of Contemporary Religious Art
Kemp Auto Museum
Moto Museum - vintage motorcycles
Pole Position Raceway for some world-class indoor carting
St. Louis Art Museum
Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis
Saint Louis Symphony
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum.
Old Courthouse
Blueberry Hill, the landmark restaurant and music club
Casino Queen
River City Casino
Fabulous Fox for dazzling live theater.
Opera Theatre of St. Louis
Repertory Theater for classic and modern playwright.
Peabody Opera House
The Muny, the nation’s largest outdoor amphitheater for musical theater.
Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion houses 1904 World’s Fair memorabilia. “Meet Me in St. Louis”
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