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Debra reviewed

Pros: Great workers, polite, very professional. Never thought floors could look this good. ..
Cons: Really can't think of any, it was a great experience. ..
Comments: Really liked that they used their own employees. ..
Overall Rating: 11111

Bob L reviewed

Cons: The food was nice, and priced at the level I expected. My problem is with the liquor prices. My 21 year old son wanted to experience a very nice bourbon, ..
Comments: The food was nice, and priced at the level I expected. My problem is with the liquor prices. My 21 year old son wanted to experience a very nice bourbon, ..
Overall Rating: 11111

Alonda reviewed

Pros: Nice Place to have Fun. ..
Cons: Can say nothing bad about the place. ..
Overall Rating: 11111

Few cities feature as many free attractions or things to do and see as St. Louis. From the Missouri History Museum to the Saint Louis Art Museum, and a ton of things between, there’s plenty to do in St. Louis without having to break out the wallet.

Visit the Missouri History Museum. Located on Lindell Blvd., the Missouri History Museum boasts educational school and community programs and numerous exhibits including the Civil War in Missouri exhibit and the Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age exhibit. If you’re an avid history buff or enthusiast, a trip to the Missouri History Museum is a must!

Tour the Anheuser-Busch Consumer Hospitality Center. If you enjoy drinking beer, you may be interested in taking a tour of this beer mecca, located on 12th and Lynch Street in St. Louis. Tours of the Anheuser-Busch Consumer Hospitality Center include the Budweiser Clydesdale stables, the packaging plant, the historic and popular Brew House, the beechwood lagering cellar and the center’s gift shop and hospitality room. Admission into the Anheuser-Busch Consumer Hospitality Center is free of charge.

Visit the Saint Louis Art Museum. Few St. Louis events or establishments are as family-friendly as the Saint Louis Art Museum. From decorative arts and designs to pre-Columbian art to American Indian and African art, there are many different types of art to behold at the Saint Louis Art Museum. Popular exhibits include the New Media Series, Visual Musings, and Windows onto Other Worlds.

Enjoy one of Downtown St. Louis‘ beautiful parks. If you want to partake in recreation or a recreational activity, such as walking, skating or running, consider visiting one of the many community parks. A few popular recreation parks in St. Louis include Poelker Park, Serra Sculpture Park, Eternal Flame Park and City Hall or Washington Square Park. Visiting a community park is one of the best free things to do in St. Louis.

Before you attend any popular St. Louis events, first check beforehand that admission is indeed free of charge. Establishments have the right to change their admission status at a moment’s notice.

As you can see, the money-free possibilities are plentiful in St. Louis.  Get up, get out, and explore this amazing city on the cheap today!


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