Your Guide to Exploring St. Louis in 2017 is Here

Friday January 6, 2017

By Explore St. Louis Guest

For more information, contact:
Anthony Paraino at 314-992-0654, or
Kiara Bryant at 314-992-0614

For Immediate Release


Explore St. Louis’ 2017 Official St. Louis Visitors Guide Now Available

 ST. LOUIS (Jan. 6, 2017) –Explore St. Louis is pleased to announce the release of the 2017 Official St. Louis Visitors Guide offering visitors the latest information on what to see and do to plan a St. Louis adventure.  The guide is filled with suggestions on great places to eat, shop, play and stay in St. Louis and across the region.

Additionally, the guide highlights what’s new to St. Louis in 2017, including overviews on some of St. Louis’ unique neighborhoods, the CityArchRiver project that is transforming the grounds surrounding the historic Gateway Arch, the booming urban arts scene throughout the region, a look at St. Louis breweries, and a glimpse at what St. Louis has to offer music lovers. There’s also a glance at the Saint Louis Science Center’s The Discovery of King Tut exhibit, the newly unveiled 4,000-square-foot expansion of the Field House Museum, the debut of the Loop Trolley and St. Louis’ newest concert venue, Delmar Hall.

Approximately 350,000 copies of the 100-page magazine-style, full-color brochure have been printed and are being distributed across the country. Visitors can view the digital version of the guide at or pick up a copy of the guide at one of Explore St. Louis’ visitor centers located throughout the area, at the Old Courthouse; America’s Center convention complex; and at the Dennis and Judith Jones Visitor & Education Center in Forest Park. There are two additional centers at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport, located by the baggage claim area on the lower levels of Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

Explore St. Louis is the driving force behind St. Louis’ $5 billion convention and tourism industry, the official destination marketing organization of St. Louis City and County and operator of the America’s Center Convention Complex.

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