5 Things To Do in St. Louis This Weekend | October 30 – November 1

Wednesday October 28, 2020

Here are 5 ideas to help you Explore St. Louis this weekend.

Tree Week | Through October 31

Celebrate Tree Week with the Missouri Botanical Garden’s tree collection, the trees in your life, and the season when trees’ fall colors take center stage. In a display that ranges from bright golden yellow to muted copper to deep scarlet, Tree Week will offer visitors the opportunity to learn more about the Garden’s impressive tree collection.

Kids Spook-tacular | October 29

Join Schnucks for the Kids’ Spook-tacular – Halloween at Home Virtual Cooking Event. This family-friendly virtual cooking event will teach kids how to make spooky snacks and get them in the Halloween spirit. Registration includes access to cook-along videos, four recipes and ingredients to make four servings of each spooky snack.

Van McElwee: Time Fork | Through May 9, 2021

Grab your friends and head to Laumeier Sculpture Park for Van McElwee: Time Fork. Explore an Augmented Reality environment contemplating choices and possibilities, each choice crafting a new world. Created from a topographical drone mapping of Laumeier, imagined structures will be placed virtually within the landscape at Laumeier.

Union Station Halloween Experience | Through October 31

The Halloween Experience is perfect for guests ages 12 and under and their families. Wear costumes and enjoy the boo-rific activities tent. Then journey through four historic train cars, themed for the Halloween season with pirate skeletons, witches, dark creatures and a fantasy candy wonderland.

Boo at the Zoo | Through November 1

Tickets are still available for Boo at the Zoo! A St. Louis favorite, the non-scary Halloween celebration features festive decorations, strolling entertainers, special food and drink menus, and more at the Saint Louis Zoo. All health and safety protocols will be firmly in place. Please note, this is not a trick-or-treating event.

Find a full list of places to re-explore responsibly at Passport to STL. Make sure to share your St. Louis photos with us using #ExploreStLouis, you could be featured on our social page.

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