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St. Louis, MO Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 88
Total Sleeping Rooms 16,548
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 917
Committable Meeting Rooms* 150
Convention Center Space 1,200,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 502,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 28,560 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $100
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $66
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $355
*Maximum for a single hotel

St. Louis, MO Things to Do and Attractions

Busch Stadium

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Busch Stadium opened in 2006, and is home to the 11-time World Series Champion, St. Louis Cardinals. The $346 million stadium maintained the same retro-era design of green fences and red seats, as well as the bronze statue of Cardinals' legend Stan

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Saint Louis Art Museum

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The Saint Louis Art Museum was built as the Palace of Fine Arts for the 1904 World's Fair and is one of the U.S. principal art museums, with the average of annual visitors numbering over 600,000. Located in Forest Park, the museum houses over 30,000

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The Gateway Arch

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Towering over the city at 630 feet, the Gateway Arch on the St. Louis riverfront commemorates the Louisiana Purchase and U.S. expansion to the west in the 19th century. The stainless steel arch, built in 1965, is 75 feet taller than the Washington

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Union Station

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Located in downtown St. Louis, this restored train station was once the largest in the country, serving over 100,000 passengers per day. The station is designed in a mixture of Romanesque styles, modeled after a medieval city in southern France. Most

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Ballpark Village

Ballpark Village is the premier dining and entertainment district in the region. Located in the heart of St. Louis' central business district adjacent to Busch Stadium, Ballpark Village is the first ever sports anchored, multi-phased mixed-use

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Bailey's Chocolate Bar

Over two dozen chocolate martinis, excellent hot chocolate and a dizzying array of chocolate desserts await chocolate lovers at the aptly named Bailey's Chocolate Bar. The red decor - red walls, red chairs, red roses, even a red bathroom floor - set

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Blueberry Hill

Opened in 1972, Blueberry Hill has established itself as a St. Louis landmark and local favorite. The bar's decor, a collection of pop culture memorabilia that includes collections on The Simpsons, Chuck Berry, Elvis Presley and Wurlitzer jukeboxes,

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Anheuser-Busch Brewery

Anheuser-Busch, the world's largest brewer, calls St. Louis home. Located 10 minutes from downtown, the 100-acre brewery offers guests the opportunity to see the famous Budweiser Clydesdale horses in their paddock and stable and take a tour for a

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The Fabulous Fox Theatre

The Fabulous Fox Theatre opened in 1929 as one of the largest in William Fox's theater empire. Designed in a style called Siamese Byzantine, the theatre was inspired by mosques of India and features ornate furniture and a lobby with a 2,000-pound

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Gateway Arch Riverboat Cruises

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The Gateway Arch Riverboats—replica 19th-century paddle-wheel riverboats Becky Thatcher and Tom Sawyer—transport riders back in time to when steamboats ruled the Mighty Mississippi. The Gateway Arch Riverboats are part of the oldest Mississippi

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Helicopter Tours

Located directly below the Gateway Arch on the Mississippi Riverfront, Gateway Helicopter Tours offer guests a way to enjoy a bird’s-eye view of St. Louis and beyond through a variety of flights that are narrated by certified pilots and regulated by

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Laclede's Landing

North of the Gateway Arch along the Mississippi River lies the nine-block historic district of Laclede's Landing, named after French fur trader and city founder Pierre Laclede, who established a trading center near the landing in 1763. During the

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Schlafly Tap Room

With the distinction as the first brewpub in Missouri, the Schlafly Tap Room is owned and operated by St. Louis Brewery, Inc., which produces over 34 styles of famous Schlafly each year. This local favorite offers a selection of Schlafly beers, which

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St. Louis Municipal Opera, "The Muny"

The oldest and largest outdoor amphitheater theater in the nation, The Muny was built from scratch in 49 days after the Convention Board of the St. Louis Advertising Club decided to host the 13th Annual Convention of Advertising Clubs of the World in

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Washington Ave/MX District

Washington Avenue/The Mercantile Exchange is fast becoming downtown's newest gathering place, emerging within the area surrounding the MX. Located at the epicenter of downtown energy, the MX links downtown's most important residential, shopping and

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Three Sixty: Rooftop Bar St. Louis

Three Sixty is the ultimate rooftop bar soaring nearly 400 feet above downtown St. Louis. Located atop the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, Three Sixty offers sweeping views in all directions including a bird's eye view into Busch Stadium. With a

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BBQ in St. Louis

Get a taste of barbecue in St. Louis at Sugarfire Smoke House, Pappy's Smokehouse, Bogart's Smokehouse and more. St. Louis is one of the three points on what's known as the "barbecue triangle" along with Memphis and Kansas City. In the fall of 2015,

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Citygarden

Citygarden is an urban oasis in downtown St. Louis which is a combination of sculptures and landscape architecture. This art garden in the city features modern and contemporary works of art, native plants, six rain gardens, water features and a cafe

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Ted Drewes

A modest custard stand as opposed to a full-fledged restaurant, Ted Drewes is still a St. Louis dining experience that cannot be missed. An absolute favorite of visitors and locals, it's unlikely you'll find a citizen of St. Louis who does not know

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Sweetie Pies

Sweet Pie's is the go to place for soul food in St. Louis. This restaurant is so popular that it has its own reality show on the Oprah Winfrey Network. The series titled, "Welcome to Sweetie Pie's," premiered in the fall of 2011. The show stars the

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Malt House Cellar

Malt House Cellar is located in the Centennial Malt House, home to Moulin Events, Vin de Set, PW Pizza and Grand Petite Market. The Malt House Cellar is the premiere space for corporate events, social occasions, or holiday parties.

City Museum

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Located in downtown St. Louis, this 600,000-square-foot museum boasts an annual attendance of over 700,000 visitors. City Museum opened in 1997 with the mission to awaken childlike imagination, joy and a sense of wonder in all ages, as well as

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Grant's Farm

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Grant's Farm gets its name from U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant, who owned and farmed 80 acres of the land in the 1850s after receiving it as a wedding gift. August Busch of Anheuser-Busch fame later purchased the land in 1903, where he developed it

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Saint Louis Zoo

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The Saint Louis Zoo, located six miles west of downtown St. Louis in historic Forest Park, features over 22,805 exotic animals from 800 species around the world, many of which are rare and endangered. The Saint Louis Zoo has been ranked the third

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The Magic House

Named the #1 attraction for child appeal by Zagat's Family Travel Guide, the Magic House is a hands-on children's museum housed in a three-story Victorian Home in historic Kirkwood, Mo. (just minutes west of downtown St. Louis). The House features

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Forest Park

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Located six miles west of downtown, 1,371-acre Forest Park is the 7th largest urban park in the U.S. and, with an annual attendance of 13 million, it is one of the most frequented sites in St. Louis. Several major attractions call the park home,

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Missouri Botanical Garden

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Rated as one of the top three public gardens in the world, the Missouri Botanical Garden is 79 acres of indoor and outdoor garden displays, as well as a center for botanical research. The garden was founded in 1859 by Henry Shaw after an inspiring

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