Climb the St. Louis Arch and see why this city is called the Gateway to the West. This is where the Louis and Clark expedition got its start as well as acting as the jumping off point for countless pioneers embarking on their treks. This city is at a crossroads between the East and the West and North and South with a culture that combines all these influences. Explore this varied city and the place that was called home by people such as Tennessee Williams, T.S. Elliott, and Chuck Berry.
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When you're in St. Louis, one of the most interesting stops is the City Museum. Here you will find an eclectic mix of city artifacts. St. Louis has lots of fun and interesting museums, including the Dog Museum and Toy Museum. Other very worthwhile museums include the St. Louis Art Museum, Science Museum, and the Missouri History Museum. A great place to spend an afternoon and bring a picnic is Forest Park. Here, you can also find Muny Opera, which is the country's biggest outdoor theater.
If you're visiting St. Louis for sports, the city has a speedway, a baseball team, a football team, a hockey team, and a soccer team. If you're here for business, you may be looking for the Anheuser-Busch company whose headquarters is right in St. Louis. And if you're here on vacation, you can still stop by the brewery and take a tour of the facilities. There's something for everyone in St. Louis.
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