Author: Explore St. Louis Guest

Home Grown: St. Louis Farmers Markets

Friday, April 12
School has begun and summer is winding down but that doesn’t mean the garden is over. The growing season at local St. Louis Farmer's... Read More

St. Louis’ Other Historic Jewel Beyond the Arch: The Old Courthouse

Friday, November 27
The Old Courthouse in downtown St. Louis is one of America's most important historic... Read More

St. Louis’ Hottest Spots for Halloween Fun

Friday, October 16
October in St. Louis can bring on the chills not to mention screams. Conditions happily sought after at the area’s top-rated haunted... Read More

St. Louis Festival Q – Pit Master Heaven

Tuesday, September 22
St. Louis is smoking. Make that smoking and grilling, the reason the greater St. Louis area is now counted among America’s barbeque... Read More

Rising High: St Louis’ Balloon Race

Tuesday, September 8
Keep an eye on the sky around Forest Park the weekend of September 18 - the weekend of the Great Forest Park Balloon... Read More

Touring Cardinal Nation

Once upon a time back to school use to signal the end of summer vacation. Not so for baseball fans, who continue to flock to St. Louis, aka... Read More

Travel Around the World – Right Here in St. Louis

Thursday, August 6
Travel from Greece to Afghanistan in under a minute during the International Institute St. Louis’ Festival of Nations, August... Read More

Lantern Festival: Magic Reimagined

Wednesday, July 1
There are good festivals, there are great festivals and once in a while along comes a memories-to-last-a-lifetime... Read More

St. Louis’ Summer Theater Al Fresco – The MUNY

Wednesday, June 17
Taking stock in summer means enjoying summer stock. It’s a tradition St Louisans have embraced for 97 years at the MUNY, officially named... Read More

Back to School: Anheuser Busch’s New Schoolhouse Museum

Tuesday, April 28
History class is back in session at the old 1868 Lyon School, so to speak. The history lessons presented are those of St. Louis’ iconic... Read More

Library Lounging: St. Louis’ Famous Libraries

Wednesday, March 4
Cold winter is made for settling down indoors with a good book from one of St. Louis’ fabled libraries. Libraries whose collections... Read More

AKC Museum of the Dog: Dog Friendly Destination For Fido and His Owner

mericans love dogs. It’s a love affair that has driven the creation of countless breeds now recognized and celebrated by the American... Read More

The Blues Never Felt So Good in St. Louis

Tuesday, March 3
The shuffle of the drums. A riff on the bass. Then a haunting trill from the piano, and the guitar begins to wail. You’re in a... Read More

Celebrating Black History Month in St. Louis

Monday, February 2
St. Louis’ African-American roots run deep. From St. Louis’ earliest days as a trading post on the western frontier, people of African... Read More

Holidays in Tower Grove

Thursday, December 18
Follow the lighted garden path during the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Holiday Garden Glow and it will bring you to Henry Shaw's... Read More

Weather Winter with Warm Visits to Local Museums

Wednesday, December 17
While temperatures have dropped, our city has plenty of inviting, comfortable, safe and warm places to envelope you all winter long. Come... Read More

Historic St. Charles Christmas Traditions

Monday, December 15
Historic St. Charles Christmas Traditions are held through December 24. Check out our blog to learn more about Historic St. Charles... Read More

Holiday Housing: The Joys of Gingerbread Houses

Thursday, December 4
Despite a struggling economy there’s been a sudden building boom. Hundreds of gingerbread houses are going up across the St. Louis... Read More

St. Louis Kicks Off the Holidays with Annual Favorites

Friday, October 31
The holidays are always a special time in St. Louis, and it’s never too early to start making your plans to celebrate the season with... Read More

Visiting the Dead

Tuesday, October 7
Crisp October days. It’s the perfect time to take a quiet stroll in a cemetery. Sound macabre? Well, maybe, unless you’re planning to... Read More