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St Louis: City Museum General Admission Ticket

1. St Louis: City Museum General Admission Ticket

Reserve your general admission ticket to the City Museum located in a historic warehouse in downtown St. Louis. Discover interactive and creative exhibits in which artists have repurposed the pieces of old cities to build miles of tunnels, climbers, bridges, and castles. City Museum is filled with weirdly wonderful spaces to explore. Discover the Slides, the City Museum is built around the old spiral chutes of the shoe warehouse that it once was. Inspired by the utility of gravity, the artists have not missed the opportunity to include a slide in nearly every installation.  Expereince the Caves, purportedly man-made chambers wind through the heart of the City Museum past sculptures of mythical creatures and a 1925 Wurlitzer organ. Enjoy the Treehouse + Tunnels where giant tree trunks and slides spread up through the second and third floors and burrowed into tunnels underneath the museum. Take in the Circus Harmony, a non-profit circus organization using juggling, acrobatics, magic and more to motivate social change. Admire MonstroCity, an outdoor sculpture of flotsam and repurposed technology including climbers, airplanes, castles, bridges, ball pits and fire engines. Soak up Skateless Park, a collection of slides and ramps built around the World’s Largest Working Pencil. Wander through endless collections, including George Dehil’s collection of taxidermy butterflies, moths and insects, thousands of art slides from The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and historic architectural remnants from cities near and far.  Have the chance to catch a ride on the miniature train that gives kids a ride into tunnels and through the solar system. Excite the kids with Toddler Town where smaller versions of slides and climbers give families a place made just for visitors age 6 and under. 

St. Louis: Gateway Ghouls and Hauntings Walking Tour

2. St. Louis: Gateway Ghouls and Hauntings Walking Tour

St. Louis may be known for blues music, passionate sports fans, and that famous, towering arch… but there are far more sinister stories waiting in the shadows… Join St. Louis Ghosts for a deep dive into the dark underworld of the Mound City, where the past collides with the present. Scan Memorial Plaza for the ghost of the regretful mayor who allowed the race riots of 1917; try to communicate with the spirit of a distraught mother at City Garden; and snap photos at Stifel Theatre. You may find something… or someone… in them later. Are you brave enough to step into the shadows of St. Louis? Tours are held nightly. No need to hurry. The ghosts aren’t leaving anytime soon…

St Louis: Scavenger Hunt Adventure Smartphone Game

3. St Louis: Scavenger Hunt Adventure Smartphone Game

Let your smartphone be your guide as you solve clues and complete challenges around St Louis. You'll see the city sights and learn about the local history, while exploring the city known as the "Gateway to the West". Complete the adventure with as many people as you like (though we recommend 5 people maximum per team). All you need is a fully charged smartphone and you're on your way. As you work through the game, you will move around different highlights within the city. You can time the challenge completion or take your time, grabbing food and drinks in between. This modern and creative tour will show you St Louis like you've never seen it before.

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What people are saying about St. Louis

Very interesting venue. The sweet spot would be for kids about five to twelve years of age. Booking was extremely easy through GetMyGuide. We parked for $15 in a building right next to venue.

It was really fun. We went early so there wasn’t much of a crowd yet. The roof was closed at first but they opened it after lunch once the weather passed. All of the staff was nice. Loved it!