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St. Louis

One of the two major cities in Missouri, St. Louis is home to eight Fortune 500 companies, two major research universities, and two professional sports teams.

St. Louis became a part of the U.S. through the Louisiana purchase. Shortly thereafter, President Jefferson launched the Lewis & Clark Expedition from its port while seeking a water route to the Pacific Ocean. The city retains that pioneering spirit to this day.

From touring the top of the iconic Gateway Arch to cruising on a riverboat along the Mighty Mississippi, there are many attractions to let you explore St. Louis with your own itinerary. In the metropolitan area, you will discover world-class, family and budget-friendly attractions and entertainment. The city features an award-winning zoo, an aquarium, and many museums displaying the art, history, culture, and sports heritage of the region.

Nightlife in St. Louis is perfect for enjoying its music and cuisine. Music is as big as the arch itself, with up to 300 performances to enjoy throughout the week. Its stadiums are a favorite tour stop for big concert tours, and its bars and music halls are packed with hometown talent. As one of the world’s top five indigenous blues cities, there are more than 50 blues performances each week.

Whether you are visiting on business or pleasure, you will discover that St. Louis is a warm and welcoming city that is eager to share its heritage and heart with you.

Airport information

St. Louis Lambert International Airport
10701 Lambert International Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63145