Union Station St Louis

Union Station or Union Terminal?

The name ‘Union Station’ is rather misleading. It is actually a ‘Terminal’, not a ‘Station’. Tracks stub into a terminal, requiring trains to exit via the way they entered. This is the case at Union Station St Louis. A station has tracks that run through the depot, entering from one direction and passing on through. By the way. The same goes for Grand Central Station in New York. It too is a ‘terminal’.

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St. Louis Events

The oldest of St. Louis Events-Fair St. Louis … Where America Comes to Celebrate

One of the most spectacular St. Louis Events is the annual Fair Saint Louis. This year kicks off July 4th, 2013 with the 2nd Annual Freedom 4 Miler & one mile Family Fun Run followed the Veiled Prophet Parade, air shows, headlining acts and more! The Fair continues through the weekend with air shows, headlining acts and entertainment for all ages on July 5th and 6th.

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St. Louis Zoo

The Historic St. Louis Zoo Awaits You!

The most attended attraction in Forest Park is the world renowned St. Louis Zoo. Open since 1910, 2012 saw approximately 2.9 million visitors, enjoying, free of charge, the zoo’s claim of some 18,000 living creatures within its walls.

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St. Louis Attractions Located Downtown

St. Louis Attractions. The Gateway Arch

The Gateway Arch is easily the most recognizable St. Louis Attraction. The 630-foot tall monument stands as a tribute to President Thomas Jefferson and his vision of a continental United States. Take a tram ride to the top for a bird’s-eye view of the Mississippi River or watch “Monument to the Dream,” a documentary that tells the story of the Arch from concept through construction. Then visit the Museum of Westward Expansion which showcases a decade-by-decade look at the move west along with a Lewis & Clark trail photographic mural. Read more

Forest Park St. Louis – The Crown Jewel

Forest Park. Truly the Crown Jewel of St. Louis

Forest Park. An Oasis of Serenity

Residence from both sides of the Mississippi River are looking forward to getting to Forest Park, eager to seek relief from their cabin fever after enduring a St. Louis winter that doesn’t seem to want to let go of it’s chilly grip. Just as it seems we might be able to get out of our homes and enjoy a resurgence of blooming flowers and budding trees in Forest Park, the early months of 2013 have ushered in heavy rains and continued cool temperatures. For now the ‘Crown Jewel’ of St. Louis will have to wait for the surge of 9 million plus residents and tourists who visit Forest Park annually during the warm weather months.

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Segway Cruise to Ted Drewes

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How about this for a unique St Louis Segway Activity.

There’s the Zero G Touring Segway PT Cruise. There’s Ted Drewes Frozen Custard! I think I see a Saint Louis Segway Activity in there somewhere.

What could be better than combining these two unigue Saint Louis Activities? How about Piloting the one of a kind Segway PT to the historic Ted Drewes Frozen Custard stand in Saint Louis Hills? Yes! I think I really hit on something double unique guys and gals! Triple unique when you factor the cost of just $42.25 plus tax.   Read more

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