5 Things To Do in St. Louis This Weekend | October 2 – 4
Don’t miss out on these 5 things going on this weekend around St. Louis.
Virtual Q in the Lou | October 3
Experience the best of St. Louis BBQ at home with ! The St. Louis BBQ Festival will bring you in on all the fun October 3, 2020 at 12:00 p.m. Enjoy BBQ demos with some of your favorite pit masters, Fireside Chats with Pappy’s, Sugarfire, Salt & Smoke, and Beast Craft BBQ, create Fall-inspired cocktails, enjoy live music from four local bands, and more.
Six Flags St. Louis Hallowfest | October 2 – 4
During this most frightening time of year, is wholesome family fun during the day but beware at night when there is nowhere to hide as haunted houses and scare zones are all throughout the park. All haunted experiences will take place Fridays through Sundays, beginning October 2. Six Flags will be open 6-11 p.m. on Fridays and 2-10 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.
Grant’s Farm Halloween Drive-Thru Experience | October 2-4
Grant’s Farm is welcoming Halloween fans of all ages for a new Halloween Drive-Thru Experience. You will be able to drive your own vehicles through a medieval castle in the Tiergarten and a mystical world beyond the shrieking trees in the Deer Park. The park will be decorated with lights, ghosts, pumpkins, spiders and more.
Staycation Saturday | October 3
#StaycationSaturdays are the perfect solution If you need to get away. You don’t have to go far – simply pack a small bag and enjoy a safe, relaxing, and carefree weekend at one of St. Louis’ wonderful area hotels. Fall is the perfect time for a staycation! Not only do we have the Cardinals in the playoffs but also vibrant foliage, Mississippi River activities and family-friendly fun. There are endless things to see and do in St. Louis. Book your #StaycationSaturday today.
Autumn with the Animals | October 3-4
This Saturday and Sunday, October 3-4 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., enjoy a walk around the Zoo and see some of your favorite animals! Fall into the season during the St. Louis Zoo’s Autumn with the Animals with fall themed apple spiced specialty food and drinks! Even the Zoo’s animals will get to enjoy some apple treats with special autumn themed enrichment. Families can also participate in a kids’ digital activity around the Zoo, and kids will receive a craft project to take home. Free, timed-ticket reservations required.
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