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By: Doug W.
Campbell House Museum
This 19th century gem may be better known in Scotland than St. Louis! Beautifully restored, yet virtually unchanged since the Robert Campbell built, then filled the house with furniture and goods from Philadelphia. Most furnishings were bought at auction and returned by heirs of the Stix, Baer & Fuller department store. It's a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.
By: missydawn31
The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum
We went here yesterday. It was very very busy but never crowded. Both of my girls (5yo & 8mo) had a lot of fun. We ate lunch on the patio after ordering from The Picnic Basket Cafe located inside The Magic House. It was delicious. Definitely a must stop place for future trips.
By: Kat S.
Saint Louis Art Museum
The museum is a gem that fits both classical & contemporary art together in one venue seamlessly. SLAM works tirelessly to bring in different exhibitions & shows. I try to make it at least once every 3 months or so.
By: Carolyn H.
Saint Louis Science Center and OMNIMAX Theater
Excellent science center and planetarium for great fun for all ages. Check out the view while cars travel below. Oh...and admission is free!!
By: Peggy M.
Saint Louis Art Museum
Panorama restaurant has excellent food and a great ambiance! One of our favorite places for a lovely lunch!
By: Erik T.
The Magic House, St. Louis Children's Museum
Recently renovated. Lots for things to do for the whole family but the kids will especially love it.

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