See all the attractions that the Gateway city has to offer by attending one or more of our Conference tours.
1# Forest Park—Meet Me in St. Louis Tour
Begin your conference experience by touring Forest Park. Your motorcoach will shuttle between the St. Louis Science Center and Planetarium, the Missouri History Museum, the St. Louis ZOO and the St. Louis Art Museum. En route to the hotel, enjoy Ted Drewes Frozen Custard, a St. Louis specialty.
Wednesday, April 15 | $45 per person
2# A Little Taste of St. Louis Tour
Explore the original tastes of St. Louis, during a driving overview of some of the city’s most historic neighborhoods that feature delectable delights. Attendees will have the opportunity to site see The Loop, The Hill, Soulart and Lafayette Square. Views of other historic St. Louis neighborhoods—as time permits. Treats include Fitz’s Roo Beer, Ted Drewes Frozen Custard, Gus’ Pretzels and Gooey Butter Cake.
Wednesday, April 15 | $59 per person
3# Shop ‘Til You Drop!
Shop for the latest St. Louis fashions at two major shopping destinations. The first stop is The Vault, a popular upscale resale store profiled in Resale Royalty. The Vault features an impressive selection of handbags, jewelry, purses, shoes and clothing by designers such as Chanel, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Kate Spade, Tory Burch and more!
At the St Louis Galleria, you’re sure to find something to take home with your from Nordstrom’s, Dillard’s, Macy’s, Ann Taylor and countless others. Across the street, you can visit The Boulevard which features Soft Surroundings, Loft, Crate & Barrel, and some local dining options.
Wednesday, April 15 | $39 per person
#4 Experience the Loop
Experience “The Loop,” a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places. The Loop is a six-block area complete with restaurants, shopping, art and entertainment. The motor coach will follow the old route down Delmar Blvd., entering “The Loop” through the majestic Lions Gate. Dinner is available on own at many fun eateries.
Friday, April 17| $35 per person
#5 Beautiful Blooms & Historic Homes
Enjoy nature at its finest at the Missouri Botanical Garden, the oldest botanical garden in the country and a National Historic Landmark. A guided private tram will wind its way through 79 acres of flora from a variety of diverse climates. Visit the Climatron, the first geodesic dome greenhouse based on Buckminster Fuller’s futuristic design. Included is a visit to the 14-acre Japanese Garden, considered one of the finest outside Japan.
Next, explore the real character of St. Louis through three of its most historic neighborhoods—Compton Heights, Lafayette Square and Soulard. You will also see the 100-acre Anheuser-Busch Brewery Complex with over 70 red brick buildings, several of which are listed on the National Historic Registry. There will also be time to explore your favorite areas on your own.
Saturday, April 18 | $69 per person
#6 Anheuser-Busch & Ted Drewes
Familiarize yourself with the rich history of the colorful Busch family en route to the King of Beers—the Anheuser-Busch Brewery. During this tour you will see the World Famous Cyclesdales, the Beechwood Again Cellar, and the Brew House. No visit would be complete without sampling the family of Anheuser-Busch products during the tour!
After leaving Anheuser-Busch you’re in for one last sweet treat at Ted Drewes Frozen Custard, a St. Louis tradition since 1929. Enjoy a specialty “concrete” that is so thick you can turn it upside down.
Saturday, April 18 | $45 per person
Complement your Conference experience by partaking in one or more of our afternoon activities.
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