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St. Louis is known as the Gateway to the West. This was certainly the case for Lewis and Clark, who stopped here for provisions during their famous expedition. In the years that followed, the city became a manufacturing center for wagons, guns, blankets, saddles, and everything pioneers would need on their journeys west. - Copyright © 2014 by Fodor’s Travel, a division of Random House, LLC. All rights reserved. Explore
Grant Farm is one of the stables of the beloved Budweiser Clydesdales. There are 25 mares, geldings and, sometimes, even foals. Get ready to gush.
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Want a cool trip down memory lane? Go to Ted Drewes on Old Route 66. It opened in 1941 and serves the silkiest frozen custard.
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Don’t limit your search to just hotels. St. Louis surprisingly has quite a few bed and breakfasts. Lots of beautiful old homes.
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If there's one site you must see in St. Louis, it’s the Gateway Arch—and at a lofty 630 feet, it’s kind of hard to miss, really. Wait 'til you get up the top.
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Streetcars once used Delmar Blvd to loop back to downtown St. Louis. Today, the strip is its own destination, known for dining, shopping, and entertainment.
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Since opening in 2007, this casino, dining, and entertainment complex has become a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. Come on, lucky seven!
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It’s hard to imagine what these two blocks must have looked like before Citygarden was a thing. Today, they make up one of the country's great urban parks.
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