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Exploring STL

We may be St. Louis “natives” but there is still SO much to explore now that we have kids to entertain. In the four years since we’ve moved back to St. Louis, we’ve realized just how fantastic this city really is! Here are quick links to some of the posts I’ve written about our favorite hangouts.

6 Best Ice Cream Shops in St. Louis

Best of Missouri Market at Mobot

Braeutigam Orchards Pumpkin Patch 

Citygarden & More Citygarden

Claverach Farm

Climb-So-IL Indoor Climbing Gym

Eckerts Farm Strawberry Picking & Here

Edwardsville Children’s Museum

Food Truck Friday – Tower Grove Park

Forest Park Balloon Glow

Frisco Train Store

Gateway Cup

Jewel Box at Forest Park

Little Fishes Swim School

Laumeier Sculpture Park

Magic House – Very Eric Carle Exhibit

Magic House – New Wonder Works Exhibit

Millennium Park & Splash Pad

Missouri History Museum – History Clubhouse

Missouri Botanical Garden

Museum of Transportation

Perennial Play Date

Powder Valley Conservation Nature Center

Rombach Farm’s Pumpkin Patch

Shaw Nature Reserve

Sophia M Sachs Butterfly House

St. Louis Gateway Arch

St. Louis Science Center

St. Louis Zoo

Suson Park (Farm)

Theis Farms Pumpkinland – Maryland Heights

Willmore Park Playground

WhiteBox

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  1. Peggy permalink
    October 5, 2013

    Hint: park free at the planetarium and you can cross over hwy 40 on the science center inside bridge. Save $9 parking fee:)

    • Becky permalink*
      October 5, 2013

      Great tip Peggy! We love doing that…Ethan is so entertained by the Planetarium and walkway we hardly need to go any farther!! :)

  2. October 5, 2013

    I was surprised too that after 6 years in STL, my kids and I didn’t want to leave. It is a great family-friendly town. So many affordable and free things to do and entertain the kiddoes. We lived in the Lindbergh School District and the whole district is phenomenal. We loved Shakespeare in the Park (free!), the Art Museum (free!), movies on Art Hill (free!), the Science Center (free!). *sigh* I will be following your blog now just to see the haps in the Lou.
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    • Becky permalink*
      October 5, 2013

      Fabulous Jane! We love living here, I can’t wait to write all the posts I have in back log about the ridiculously fun (and usually free!) things to do in STL. Always looking for suggestions so please stay in touch!!

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