This is one place that offers a little something for everyone. Sports fans and fun seekers must visit this glass and steel ... More
This is one place that offers a little something for everyone. Sports fans and fun seekers must visit this glass and steel marvel of a building. This venue is the home of the St. Louis Blues NHL hockey team. Many events for children are held here, like Sesame Street shows and ice skating events with Mickey Mouse and friends. The arena often hosts a variety of large arena concerts featuring top-tier performers such as Justin Timberlake, Drake, Bruno Mars, and Pink, to name a few.
The Savvis center is an awesome place, especially when I'm cheering on the Blues to a victory! The atmosphere of this place is great. There's always people ready to stand up and cheer with you, even people willing to do the funky chicken in the middle of the aisles. It's even good for families with little childrean.
An old neighborhood just to the Southwest of Downtown St. Louis, Lafayette Square was once among the wealthiest and most
fashionable of St. Louis' neighborhoods, its large villas drawing the wealthy out from the downtown center. Lafayette Park, the ...
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 Hampton Inn and Suites St. Louis at Forest Park is located approximately five miles from downtown St. Louis, and
is 16 miles from Lambert St. Louis International Airport. Local attractions include the Gateway Arch, approximately five miles away, ...