Home of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra since 1966, this regal auditorium began life in the 1920s as a vaudeville hall and ... More
Powell Symphony Hall
Home of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra since 1966, this regal auditorium began life in the 1920s as a vaudeville hall and movie palace. The 2,700-seat facility has been magnificently restored and remodeled, featuring chandeliers and grand staircases. The entry area was designed to emulate the Louis XIV Chapel at Versailles and includes a spectacular stained glass window of St. Louis on a horse. A permanent orchestra shell, rather than an orchestra pit, was included in the refurbishing of the theater to provide better sound. World-renowned performers including Isaac Stern have praised the hall's acoustics.
Designed in 1904 by Louis Spiering, Sheldon Concert Hall & Ballroom is host to more than 300 events each year.
It opened in 1912 and has since featured such speakers as Dwight Eisenhower and Albert Einstein. This historic landmark ...
St. Louis' City Hall, a massive stone building at the corner of Tucker and Market streets, was designed in 1890,
when the city was still among the half dozen largest cities in the country. Roughly modeled after the city ...
The newly constructed Embassy Suites St. Louis St. Charles MO hotel, featuring it's own day spa Spa Botanica, is connected
to the Saint Charles Convention Center and is close to the Family Arena, Historic Main Street St. Charles, the ...