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National Blues Museum Admission Ticket

National Blues Museum Admission Ticket - Saint Louis, United States

Duration: 5 to 7 hours
Location: Saint Louis, United States

From USD
$15.00

Located in downtown St. Louis, the National Blues Museum includes over 15,000 square feet of highly interactive technology and artifact-driven exhibits ... More info ›

Located in downtown St. Louis, the National Blues Museum includes over 15,000 square feet of highly interactive technology and artifact-driven exhibits. The museum serves as both an entertainment and educational resource focusing on blues music.

Visit: National Blues Museum

Having just opened in April 2016, the National Blues Museum is located in the new MX (Mercantile Exchange) district in downtown St. Louis. It is just a few blocks from the iconic Gateway Arch. The museum is easily accessible by foot or by public transportation. The museum is dedicated to exploring the musical history and impact of the blues. 

Museum-goers can experience the fun process of creating music. Begin by creating a stage name, writing songs, playing instruments, recording music, and then playing, saving, and sharing your files on social media. When you come back for your second visit, add more layers to your previously created song!


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St. Louis Haunted History Walking Tour

St. Louis Haunted History Walking Tour - Saint Louis, United States

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Location: Saint Louis, United States

From USD
$25.00

Stroll through the oldest part of St. Louis with David Riordan, a world class storyteller whose family has lived in St ... More info ›

Stroll through the oldest part of St. Louis with David Riordan, a world class storyteller whose family has lived in St. Louis for over 180 years. You’ll be surprised and entertained as you hear strange, bizarre, and spooky stories from the past, including the Great St. Louis fire, the Exorcism that sparked a famous movie, the Cholera epidemic, Bloody Island, and so much more. Prepare for 90 minutes of history and fun. Tours depart from the Morgan Street Brewery and weave through Lacledes landing. There are discounts on food and beverages for tour participants on Morgan Street.

This is a tour of the oldest, most historical, and most haunted part of St. Louis. It departs from the Morgan Street Brewery and ends at the former home of Dr. Wilson where you will learn his haunted story. You'll then walk to Rue Royal to hear a story about the De Labrierre family and the strange death that occurred at that location. Next, you'll go to Commerce Street to hear about the famous dual on Bloody Island, the Lemp family brewery history, and the Eads bridge, along with the origins of certain clever phrases from the day. You'll then walk west back to Rue Royal, hearing a story about the headless Indian boy who haunts the Eads bridge. A story about the famous exorcism will also be told, which was the true life story basis for the movie "The Exorcist". You'll end on Claymorgan Alley, the most haunted place in St. Louis where you'll learn about the Cholera epidemic as well as a couple of colorful local figures. 
You will get a history lesson as well as lots of cool information about local people and local ghosts that have inhabited the landing for centuries. This is not so much a scary tour as history and great storytelling. It is suitable for the entire family including middle schoolers who particularly seem to enjoy it. 
Discounts on food and drinks are available to tour participants at the Morgan Street Brewery before and following the tour.

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Missouri Botanical Garden Admission Ticket

Missouri Botanical Garden Admission Ticket - Saint Louis, United States

Duration: 1 to 5 hours
Location: Saint Louis, United States

From USD
$12.00

Explore the 79-acre Missouri Botanical Garden, an oasis in the city of St. Louis and the oldest continually operating botanical garden in the United States. 
Splendid horticultural displays across Garden grounds offer something for everyone and reflect thousands of plant species collected and cultivated over more than 150 years ... More info ›

Explore the 79-acre Missouri Botanical Garden, an oasis in the city of St. Louis and the oldest continually operating botanical garden in the United States. 
Splendid horticultural displays across Garden grounds offer something for everyone and reflect thousands of plant species collected and cultivated over more than 150 years. Popular destinations include the secluded Chinese Garden, the richly forested English Woodland Garden, the bustling Doris I. Schnuck Children's Garden, the opulent retreat of the Ottoman Garden, and the expansive Victorian District, home to Garden founder Henry Shaw's original country estate, Tower Grove House. A vibrant tropical rainforest thrives inside the Climatron conservatory, while the adjoining Temperate House is home to a multitude of Mediterranean species. The Japanese Garden covers 14 acres, making it one of the largest Japanese strolling gardens in North America.

Visit: Missouri Botanical Garden

Admission includes daytime access to all publicly accessible display areas and conservatories at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Optional narrated tram tours ($4 per person, April through October) and guided walking tours (daily; no charge) are also available.
Start your visit at the Ridgway Visitor Center located at the Garden's main entrance, home to the Garden's floral display hall (which hosts the annual Orchid Show every February-March and the Gardenland Express Holiday Flower and Train Show every November-December). From here you will embark on a leisurely journey at your own pace exploring 79 acres of thematically designed and intricately planted display areas, including thousands of rare and beloved plant specimens, a fully enclosed tropical rainforest, a Children's Garden ripe for discovery and play, the 18th-century home and peaceful final resting place of Garden founder Henry Shaw, the oldest operating greenhouse west of the Mississippi, the William T. Kemper Center for Home Gardening (home to our Plant Doctors and more than 2 dozen home demonstration gardens), and much more.

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