Children and Teens Activities
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The Center has a gymnasium, a boxing and workout room, a crafts room and an indoor swimming pool
During Open Streets events, miles of car-free roads are used by people to get out and get active.
Programs available through Playtime Recreation
Activities for Kids - Explore St. Louis
St. Louis has plenty of kid-friendly, family-oriented activities, that kids of all ages will enjoy.
Where the imagination runs wild!
Magic House: St. Louis Children's Museum
Magic House presents creativity and the development of problem solving skills within a place of beauty, joy and magic, The Magic House will engage all children in hands-on learning experiences that encourage experimentation and wonder.
Piwacket Theatre for Children
Piwacket is a professional non-profit children’s theatre focused on early childhood character education through live interactive dynamic performances and the electronic media. Piwacket creatively adapts fairy tales with catchy songs, fun dances and comical interaction to emphasize important values and morals including; Literacy, Respect, and Bravery. Piwacket creators believe good moral character starts at an early age and reinforce these positive values with Performances, CDs and Videos.
Sherwood Forest Camp
Kindle their Passion. Ignite their potential.
Sherwood Forest Camp is an independent agency that creates healthy, caring communities where children develop character and competence.
St. Louis Science Center
At the Saint Louis Science Center, our mission is "to ignite and sustain an interest in life-long science and technology learning."
St. Louis Zoo
The St. Louis Zoo conserves animals and their habitats through animal management, research, recreation, and educational programs that encourage the support and enrich the experience of the public.
The Butterfly House
A division of Missouri's Botanical Gardens.
Real Teans. Real Life. Real Results.
Enabling teens to lead successful lives and build strong communities.
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