5 Things To Do in St. Louis This Weekend | September 4 – 6

Thursday September 3, 2020

Discover the five must-see things to do this weekend in St. Louis!

Gateway Arch National Park | Open Now

Gateway Arch National Park reopened tram rides to the top beginning Tuesday, September 1st. Enjoy one of the best views St. Louis has to offer in a safe and socially distanced manner. Tickets to the top of the Arch are subject to availability, based on reduced facility capacity. It is strongly recommended to reserve your tickets in advance.

Ride the Rivers Century Ride | September 5 – October 4

Starting Saturday enjoy the Ride the Rivers Century Ride, one of the most unique century rides in North America (or possibly the world), featuring two different ferry crossings and four river crossings. The event offers two courses, a classic 100-mile century and a 62-mile metric century. Enjoy beautiful scenery, support a good cause and even win prizes!

Death of a Blackheart | September 4 – 5

Murder, Mystery & Mayhem await with “Death of a Blackheart” at Lemp Mansion. Friday and Saturday nights at 6:30 p.m., dig into a fantastic three-course dinner at the famous Lemp Mansion while you enjoy comedy and theater. Seats are $52.95 per person which includes dinner and endless entertainment. Call (314) 664-8024 to make reservations.

Hammerstone’s | September 4 – 6

Enjoy live music at Hammerstone’s in Soulard from some of our favorite local artists. Hammerstone’s has a 25% capacity and will be adding an entertainment charge to food and drink bills, depending on attendance, and strongly encourages attendees to tip the bands to help support our local musicians. Call (314) 773-5565 to make reservations.

Da Vinci The Exhibition | Through September 27

Celebrate the life and work of Lenorado Da Vinci at the Saint Louis Science Center. This exhibit digs into the work of the impressive inventor, artist and scientist, and treats visitors to more than 60 life size replicas of his inventions and twenty replicas of his art. While general admission to the Science Center is free there is a cost to see the exhibit, but it’s worth it!

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