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Busch Stadium

Busch Stadium

in Baseball

On April 10, 2006, the Cardinals opened their new 46,000 seat retro-style downtown ballpark with a 6-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. The Cardinals also became the first team in almost 100 years to win a World Series Championship in the inaugural season of a new ballpark. The new Busch Stadium hosted the 80th MLB All-Star Game, in July 2009.

The Magic House

The Magic House

in Entertainment, Childrens, Amusement Parks

The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum, opened to the public on October 16, 1979 in a quaint 5,500 square foot Victorian mansion located in the demographic center of the St. Louis region. Founded by two volunteers, Barbie Freud and Jody Newman, the not-for-profit museum was created as the first totally participatory museum designed just for children.

Jilly's Cupcake Bar

Jilly's Cupcake Bar

in Desserts, Deli, Bakery, American

Whether it’s one of our famous “Everyday Delights” cupcake or a whimsical and creative “Monthly Cupcake” – you won’t be disappointed. There are always new cupcakes to try. Plus, your favorites, which never go away. Jilly’s is known for fun, delicious, and beautiful “Holiday Cupcakes” too. We wish we could accommodate everyone and keep them all. However, we’ll assure that you leave full and happy!


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Dau Neu

Dau Neu

in Rugs, Lighting, Furniture, Art

Dau Neu is The Next Generation of Style from the Dau Family. The Daus have been in the furniture business in St. Louis since 1894. Dau Neu brings fresh, contemporary furniture to the St. Louis community. Ryan Dau and Cara Dau Allen, the 5th generation of the Dau family, are happy to present an exciting neu look at Dau Neu.



Gateway Arch

Gateway Arch

in Historic

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (JNEM) was created in 1935, and became part of the National Park Service. Civic leader Luther Ely Smith conceived the idea of building a memorial to help revive the riverfront and memorialize the story of the nation’s westward expansion. Through a nationwide design competition conducted 1947–1948, Eero Saarinen’s stainless steel Arch was chosen as the memorial that would celebrate the accomplishments of early pioneers.