Visitors to the Gateway Arch should be sure to stop at this historical recreation of a 1870s general store. Located in the ... More
Visitors to the Gateway Arch should be sure to stop at this historical recreation of a 1870s general store. Located in the Visitor's Center on the Arch grounds, the Levee Mercantile features local foods popular in the late 19th Century. Clerks in period costumes sell vintage foodstuffs like kettle corn, milk chocolate, rock candy, breads, cheese and meats such as summer sausage and German bologna. The first project of its kind in any National Park Service facility, the Levee Mercantile is certainly an appetizing way to learn history.
Once a bustling hub of railway activity, this station has been renovated to restore its stunning architecture, and it is
now a busy attraction for tourists and locals. People flock here to eat at the more than 20 different ...
The Millennium Hotel St. Louis is located in downtown across the street from the world famous Gateway Arch. The hotel
provides easy access to Busch Stadium, the Mississippi River, historic Laclede's Landing. The hotel is 20 minutes from the ...
The Pear Tree Inn Union Station, an 11 story facility, is easily accessible from all major highways and transportation centers
in St. Louis. This property is situated on major bi state bus routes, and is two blocks from a ...