Planners across the country are discovering all the hidden gems that St. Louis has to offer. Now it’s your turn! The perfect destination for your next meeting or event is right in front of you, come take a look
Kay Granath – Association Management Center
St. Louis Union Station was once the largest and busiest passenger rail station in the world. Built in 1894 by architect Theodore Link, the station’s elaborate Grand Hall is among St. Louis’ architectural gems. St. Louis Union Station was recently restored to its former glory and now features a light show in the Grand Hall, a historic AAA Four Diamond hotel, restaurants, flying trapeze center and more.
Michael Martin – National Wood Flooring Association
Located in one of the largest urban parks in the United States, the Saint Louis Art Museum was built as the Fine Arts Palace of the 1904 World’s Fair and is one of the nation’s leading comprehensive art museums. Collections include works of art of exceptional quality from virtually every culture and time period.
Dale Shuter – Electrical Apparatus Service Association, Inc.
The Delmar Loop is an eclectic neighborhood lined with an array of ethnic and American restaurants, music clubs, coffee shops, vintage clothing stores and boutiques. Be sure to snap a photo with the Chuck Berry statue during your visit.
Michael Guerriero – Experient
Explore the unexpected at this exciting, interactive museum for all ages. The City Museum is a mixture of fun house, playground and architectural marvel, the museum building itself was re-purposed having started life as a shoe manufacturing factory and warehouse. Items that would have become landfill now fill the floors of the quirky and innovative warehouse of artistic fun.
Roy Benear – Wyndham Jade
A magnificently restored theatre in the Grand Center Arts and Entertainment District. The Fabulous Fox Theatre is the perfect venue to see the hottest Broadway shows and concerts.
David Betke – Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Ballpark Village is a 10-acre premiere dining and entertainment district located in the heart of the downtown St. Louis and adjacent to Busch Stadium. The three levels and seven entertainment venues include a Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum, Budweiser Brewhouse, Fox Sports Midwest, Howl at the Moon and much more.
Song Stott – Xyngular
The 360 Rooftop Bar soars nearly 400 ft. above downtown St. Louis. Located atop the St. Louis Hilton at the Ballpark, 360 offers sweeping views of downtown St. Louis in all directions including a bird’s eye view into Busch Stadium.