St. Louis - MissouriYour trip to Missouri will be more fun if you have an idea what to do. Here are the top 10 places to visit in St Louis and why. The city offers everything you need when it comes to entertainment and family friendly attractions.

The Gateway Arch
Catch an amazing view over the city at The Gateway Arch. You can see St Louis from a height, take some pictures and then head over to the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial to learn more about the city’s history.

Six Flags St. Louis
This world famous amusement park is anything you need in terms of thrills. Go on a rollercoaster ride with your friends, and then attend one of the several live music events happening here. The amusement park includes restaurants too, so be sure you will not stay hungry.

Saint Louis Zoo
Spend some time surrounded by wild animals at St Louis Zoo. There are many species of animals that reside here, including polar bears and elephants. If you need more, you can take a guided tour through the amazing animal related exhibits.

The Magic House
This Victorian mansion offers many activities for kids and educational programs. For example, you can enjoy a puppet show or a family night on Sunday. In addition to this, the center also provides tale times and fitness hours for anyone interested.

Forest Park
This park is a must see attraction if you are interested in urban legends. The park’s attractions draw in over 12 million of visitors over the year, and the floral displays here will take you breath away.

Citygarden
Take some time off sightseeing and shopping in order to enjoy a fun day in the park. Citygarden is packed with tourist attractions such as plants and rain gardens. If you are in the mood for a drink or hot beverage, a cafe is also located here.

The breweries
St Louis is famed for its many breweries, so make sure to include some of these in your tour. Visit the Anheuser-Busch Brewery for a day, or go to the Schlafly Bottleworks if you want to take a free tour.

City Museum
If you often think of your childhood times, City Museum is the right place to visit. You can see all the sea life residing in the Aquarium, take an education class and even watch one of your favorite movies.

Visit the eateries
It doesn’t matter whether you are in the mood for icecream or maybe some pizza, St Louis has something for everyone. The Hill offers the best ravioli in town in a posh setting, while Ted Drewes will surprise you with some delicious custard.

The museums and architecture
The city is packed with beautiful churches, architectural buildings and museums you should check out on your trip. Start your tour with a visit to the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, and then go to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis. These amazing buildings tell a story about the city and its roots, and provide all the fun a lover of art could need.