Boone's Lick Trail Inn
1000 South Main Street, St Charles, MO, USAhttp://www.booneslick.com(636) 947-7000
Lewis & Clark Boat House
1050 South Riverside Drivehttp://www.lewisandclarkcenter.org(636) 947-3199The Lewis & Clark Boat House and Nature Center is the Discovery Expedition’s permanent home. Situated beside the Missouri River at Bishop’s Landing in charming historic St. Charles, Missouri, the educational facility features exhibits relating to the Lewis and Clark expedition as well as the Missouri River ecosystem.
Daniel Boone Homestead
400 Daniel Boone Roadhttp://www.danielboonehome.com(610) 582-4900Step into history at the Historic Daniel Boone Home and Boonefield Village. The Daniel Boone Home is nestled upon the rolling hills of wine country and overlooks the Femme Osage Valley. This beautiful setting represents life in the early 1800’s from its adventures to its lifelong struggles. The Boone Home brings the legacy of Daniel Boone to life. Within the thick limestone walls, stories of a daring man offer a glimpse into family matters, risky adventures, and hard fought battles.
St. Louis Zoo
1 Government Drivehttp://www.stlzoo.org(314) 781-0900Enjoying an adventure every time you visit. Knowing a discovery will be made around each corner. You’re at the Saint Louis Zoo, a get-away destination that brings together more than 19,000 wild animals and 3,000,000 visitors each year.
1 Theatre Drivehttp://www.muny.org(314) 361-1900The dream of St. Louisans for a permanent outdoor theatre in Forest Park probably dates back to the 1904 World's Fair. The realization of that dream began in 1916 with plans for an outdoor production of AS YOU LIKE IT by Margaret Anglin's Shakespearean troupe. And the dream became a reality in 1917 with the construction of the Municipal Theatre for six performances of AIDA, produced for the 13th Annual Convention of Advertising Clubs of the World.
Missouri History Museum
5700 Lindell Boulevardhttp://www.mohistory.org(314) 746-4599Welcome to www.mohistory.org, the Missouri History Museum website. Here you will find all the information you need to become acquainted, or reacquainted, with the Missouri History Museum, our facilities, programs, exhibitions, and community involvement. Whether you are preparing for a visit, looking for resources, checking on membership benefits or volunteer opportunities, or engaging in that often rewarding practice of "surfing the 'net," you will find this site both a pleasurable journey and a learning experience.
Missouri Botanical Garden
4344 Shaw Avenuehttp://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org(314) 577-5100Founded in 1859, the Missouri Botanical Garden is the nation's oldest botanical garden in continuous operation and a National Historic Landmark. The Garden is a center for botanical research and science education, as well as an oasis in the city of St. Louis. The Garden offers 79 acres of beautiful horticultural display, including a 14-acre Japanese strolling garden, Henry Shaw's original 1850 estate home, and one of the world's largest collections of rare and endangered orchids. For over 151 years, the Garden has been an oasis in the city, a place of beauty and family fun—and also a center for education, science, and conservation.
Katy Trailhttp://www.bikekatytrail.comThe Katy Trail is a 237 mile (386 km) trail stretching across most of the state of Missouri. (Use this link if you're looking for the Dallas Katy Trail). Over half of it follows Lewis and Clark's path up the Missouri River, where you can ride beneath towering river bluffs while eagles circle overhead. After leaving the river, the trail meanders through peaceful farmland and small-town Americana.
Trailhead Brewing Co
921 South Riverside Drivehttp://www.trailheadbrewing.com/ordereze/1000/Page.aspx(636) 946-2739
The Vine Wine Bar & Bistro
325 South Main Streethttp://thevineonmain.com(636) 946-8463