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The Museum of Transportation is fun for all ages! The best time to visit the Museum of Transportation with young children is early in the morning. Children 5 & under love the Creation Station, miniature train, and handcars. School-aged visitors to the Museum enjoy the Owney the Dog Scavenger Hunt. Pick-up your copy at the Welcome Desk and head out to the Museum and explore. Enjoy pizza, hot dogs and more at the Barrett's Landing Cafe'.
3015 Barrett Station Rd
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
The Missouri Civil War Museum, located at Jefferson Barracks, is the state’s premier Civil War museum dedicated to honor the thousands of men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. Through the weapons, equipment, items, and uniforms of those who lived during our nation’s defining moment in history, we aim to tell their story in an unbiased interpretation. The Missouri Civil War Museum opened two new exhibits, Jefferson Barracks: Through the Years and Hollywood and the Civil War.
222 Worth Ave
Saint Louis, Missouri 63125
Come experience the Magic House! With magic and wonder behind every corner, the Magic House is the premiere destination for family entertainment. The mission of The Magic House is to provide children with hands-on learning experiences that encourage experimentation, creativity and the development of problem-solving skills within a place of beauty, wonder, joy and magic. Visit their website for upcoming events and museum hours.
516 S. Kirkwood Rd
Kirkwood, Missouri 63122
At the visitor's center you can enjoy wagon rides, cow milking, a baby animal petting area, animal loft and barnyard play areas, a gift shop & and a snack bar. Purina Farms has live canine performances of agility, diving dog and flying disc at 11a.m. & 1p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays, as well during the week from Memorial Day – Labor Day, there is an extra performance at 3p.m.
200 Checkerboard Dr
The Missouri History Museum houses countless treasures from St. Louis history, and is a place for community. The Missouri History Museum has been active in the St. Louis community since 1866. Founding members created the organization “for the purpose of saving from oblivion the early history of the city and state.” Today, the Missouri History Museum is located in historic Forest Park, the site of the 1904 World’s Fair. The Museum offers exhibitions and events.
5700 Lindell Blvd
St. Louis, Missouri 63112
The St. Louis Science Center offers exhibits and attractions the whole family will enjoy. The OMNIMAX® Theater is an experience like no other! The massive, crystal clear images projected on our 5 story, 79ft. diameter dome fill your entire field of vision, and combined with 14,400 watts of surround sound, create a truly immersive sight and sound film experience. The Planetarium has shows hourly on the half hour. Spend the day exploring everything the Science Center has to offer.
5050 Oakland Ave
Saint Louis, Missouri 63110
Celebrating 50 years, the Gateway Arch is the most recognizable landmark in St. Louis. The Gateway Arch reflects St. Louis' role in the Westward Expansion of the US during the 19th Century. The park is a memorial to Thomas Jefferson's role in opening the West, to the pioneers who helped shape its history, and to Dred Scott who sued for his freedom in the Old Courthouse. Artifacts and objects from its old museum are currently on display at the Old Courthouse, located at 11 North Fourth Street.
100 Washington Ave
Saint Louis, Missouri 63102
Housed in the 600,000 square-foot former International Shoe Company, the museum is an eclectic mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of unique, found objects. The brainchild of internationally acclaimed artist Bob Cassilly, a classically trained sculptor and serial entrepreneur, the museum opened for visitors in 1997 to the riotous approval of young and old alike.
750 N 16th St
Saint Louis, Missouri 63103