The district is named after Pierre Laclede, the man who founded St. Louis. Amuse yourself by walking on the cobblestone ... More
The district is named after Pierre Laclede, the man who founded St. Louis. Amuse yourself by walking on the cobblestone streets or, if you are feeling bold, take a horse-drawn carriage ride and enjoy the view of the riverboat casinos on the Mississippi. There are several restaurants to choose from, and when the weather permits, you can dine outside and listen to the street musicians. Partake in a dinner theater show at the Royal Dumpe, which is actually a lot better than the name implies.
The exhibits at the Old Courthouse, most of which are actual models or historic items rather than mere text or
photographs, date back to 1764, at which time the St. Louis region was a French fur trading port. Other ...
The President Casino is located on the Admiral which is one of the most famous riverboats in America and is
docked at the Laclede's Landing entertainment district. The Casino has around 1200 slot machines, video poker, penny games and ...
Whether in town on business or pleasure, bowling fans will not want to miss the unique items showcased here. Since
opening in 1984, the museum has collected bowling artifacts and other interesting memorabilia. Visitors can see how bowling originated ...
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