Alpine Tower and Team Challenge Course is a series of constructed of logs, cables, ropes, and trees. Facilitators guide groups thru icebreakers, games, and problem solving activities.
At the Chatillon-DeMenil, hear stories of old French St. Louis, the fur trade & everyday life in Victorian St. Louis. Learn the history of the French founding families of St. Louis.
The City Museum is housed in the 10-story, 600,000 square-ft warehouse is a mixture of children’s playground, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of repurposed objects.
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis connects visitors with the art and artists of our time, and engage in fun and meaningful activities in the galleries and art-making activities.
The Delmar Loop Planet Walk, an outdoor planet walk scale model solar system, consisting of 9 stations with info: One for each planet and the sun. Sizes and distances are proportionate to the actual solar system.
From the early 1800s to 1910, the Faust Park Historic Village illustrates differences in lifestyles of families of different backgrounds, lived on the frontier, and the social and economic influences of the era.
The Field House was the home of Roswell Field, the attorney who formulated the legal strategy of the Dred Scott’s lawsuit before the Supreme Court. It offers free School Days that have themed tours.
Fort Belle Fontaine Park on 305.6 acres on the Missouri River offers nature and history tours, hayrides, geocaching events and Eagle Watch and Trail Walk with interpretive signage.
The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is known for its architectural integrity and its original Wright-designed furnishings. Considered one of Wright’s most geometrically complex homes.