Studioplus St Louis Westport

2030 Craig Road, Saint Louis, Missouri, 63146, United States
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Interesting Playgrounds

by jjgasman

I'm looking for any unusual playground in the Saint Louis area. For example, perhaps it might be built over a stream, into a mountain, have unusual attractions, etc. Can anyone offer advice?

RE: Interesting Playgrounds

by vanderlust

What is your definition of Playground? First thing that comes to mind is the Magic House or City Museum. Both are fantastic "playgrounds" for kids and adults but are more structured than what I would call a Playground.

RE: RE: RE: Interesting Playgrounds

by jjgasman

Swingsets, slides, running space, etc. We stumbled upon one of these in North Carolina once that was built around a running stream. What a beauty!

Re: Interesting Playgrounds

by Jmon

The City Museum is the best playground around -- the kids will love it. Turtle Park is also fun/unusual. It is a small playground across from the Zoo that has large concrete turtles that the kids can climb on, under and through.

Re: Interesting Playgrounds

by LauraWest

You might enjoy the Turtle Playground, on Oakland Avenue in Forest Park. see my Forest Park tip for the park's web link. It has huge turtle scuptures to climb on, made by a famous local artist. Also, has a strange view - the Interstate highway!

Travel Tips for Saint Louis

Gateway Arch

by seagoingJLW

Be sure to visit the Gateway Arch. It is 630 feet tall, weighs 17,246 tons, has 142 stainless steel sections, and offers many activities. Go to the top for a stunning view. You get up there via a tram ride from either the south or north leg.

The arch was opened in 1965 as a monument to Westward expansion after taking 2 years to construct.

City's Official Web Site

by LauraWest

This site might be useful and interesting for the traveler. It has many, many links to all the cultural things & places AND much more. The tourist information is there, plus what our citizens need to know.

I use it all the time, to get information fast. I really do rely on it.

ttp://stlouis.missouri.org/ae/index.html

You can link to Forest Park's Boat House & find out how to rent a peal boat, too.

Weddings in uniform

by solopes

I don't know if it is really a local costume, but it gave me that idea.

I know that the American use to exaggerate in wedding festivities, with well prepared performances, with rehearsals, hard preparation, and dressing in a... a... an American produced way ( Portuguese will understand what I mean. The other... let's hope they will). But, until arriving to Saint Louis I had never seen a whole marriage in uniform. But they were there. The blue marriage taking pictures, against the beautiful frame of the arch and courthouse, and the red marriage waiting their turn. One thing they achieve: it's harder to intruders!

Out With The Old, In With The New

by cmarsek

In November 2005 I spent part of a morning paying homage to the Old Busch Stadium, which is being torn down and the new Busch Stadium being built on the lot adjacent to the old stadium. The Old Busch Stadium held some of my fondest memories of growing up in St. Louis, Missouri.

Dear Friend, May you forever be held in our hearts! Bring your red shirt and your voice to the New Busch Stadium and plan on cheering the Cardinals to victory!!

Private Streets in the Central West End

by yooperprof

St. Louis was one of the cities that pioneered the concept of the private, gated street. Some of the most famous were developed in the first decade of the 20th century as private enclaves for the well-to-do. This is Kingsbury Place, just off Union Boulevard, near Forest Park.

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