Ballpark Village located next to Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis.


What's New in St. Louis

With $10 billion of new development flowing throughout the region, St. Louis is ready to take your event to the next level.

America's Center Convention Complex

Located in the heart of downtown St. Louis, America’s Center Convention Complex is close to hotels, attractions, restaurants and bars, nightlife, shopping and public transportation. A $240 million expansion and renovation including a new exhibit hall and twice the number of covered loading docks, is scheduled for completion by 2024.

America's Center Convention Complex on Washington Avenue in downtown St. Louis.

Hotel Development

There are more than 30 new hotel properties recently completed or underway, adding to 40,000 rooms already available region-wide, to fit the needs of any group and any budget.

Gateway Arch National Park

There’s nothing more iconic than the 630- foot-tall Gateway Arch. After $380 million worth of upgrades, the national park land around the monument and the underground museum below it are party-ready. The Riverboats at the Gateway Arch offer private charters as well.

The Armory

The Armory, a new entertainment complex in Midtown, has almost 6 acres of flexible indoor space with approximately 500 feet of bar space, and a variety of immersive, fun and unforgettable entertainment experiences. From live music to the best beverages and bites, it’s sure to make groups go wild!

Armory STL has almost 6 acres of flexible indoor space, featuring the largest indoor TV screen in Missouri, a state-of-the-art sound system, arcade games and other activities such as cornhole, table tennis and four-square badminton.

City Foundry

City Foundry is a dining and entertainment destination featuring a European-style food hall populated by chef-driven restaurants and unique boutiques filled with locally made products. The venue also features fun group activities at Alamo Drafthouse, Puttshack and Sandbox VR.

St. Louis Union Station

Home to the St. Louis Aquarium, the St. Louis Wheel, a 3D light show in the Grand Hall, myriad dining options and much more. The re-imagined St. Louis Union Station complex features more than 100,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, which provides an elegant and singular experience for meeting professionals.


CITYPARK is a 22,500-seat stadium that is home to St. Louis CITY SC, the first female majority-owned club in Major League Soccer, along with other soccer-specific events. Enlisting a “flavor officer” – James Beard
Award-winning chef Gerard Craft of Niche Food Group – they set out to develop the most comprehensive food experience in sports.

St. Louis CITY SC's home opener is one of the things to do in St. Louis this weekend.

Ballpark Village

Ballpark Village is a multipurpose event destination that combines sports, dining and entertainment to create lasting memories for meeting attendees. The facility can easily accommodate groups of 50 to 8,000 people with varying vibes, regardless of the season.

Contact the Explore St. Louis sales team at (800) 405-2058 or for more information or to start planning your event today.