Dedicated in 1988, this University City contains more than 80 brass and bronze stars celebrating people who were born in or ... More
St. Louis Walk of Fame
Dedicated in 1988, this University City contains more than 80 brass and bronze stars celebrating people who were born in or lived in St. Louis, making an impact on the city's cultural heritage. Stars such as Maya Angelou, John Goodman, Tina Turner, Betty Grable and Yogi Berra are included in this tribute to St. Louis history. Inductions of new stars are held yearly. The goal of this organization is to educate as well as to share the accomplishments of the honorees. The walk is open year round and is free to the public.
I never knew all these famous people were from the STL. Unfortunately, people are often dining on top of the plaques and I feel like a sleaze trying to decipher the names inches from a family eating dinner.
Travel to another world with the St. Louis African Chorus. Concerts are performed throughout the year, indicated via an updated
calendar on the group's Web site. The Chorus provides an outlet for African culture in the area and continues ...
A garden lover's paradise, Missouri Botanical Garden, a 79 acre collection of gardens has something for everyone, including a fragrance
garden for the visually impaired. The Kemper Center has more than 20 gardens set to various themes, including the ...
Though the Cathedral Basilica's Romanesque exterior is undoubtedly impressive, the interior of the cathedral is what is truly inspiring. The
seat of the Catholic archdiocese in St. Louis, this massive complex contains a mosaic collection that is said to ...