Selected Neighborhood Highlights and Attractions
Selected Highlights and Attractions in the Central West End, the Grove, Grand Center, Soulard, and South Grand.
Central West End
This trendy neighborhood has a mix of restaurants, pubs, shops, nightspots and inviting sidewalk cafes, nestled along the edge of St. Louis' treasure gem - Forest Park. Attractions in Forest Park include our world famous Zoo, Art Museum, The Muny Opera, and History Museum. In the CWE you can catch a movie at The Chase Park Plaza and are just minutes away from the St. Louis Science Center. For more information, go to TheCWE.org.
This cultural hub of the region is home to thousands of theatre seats, 1,500 cultural events and a dozen galleries and museums. Attractions include the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, the Fabulous Fox Theatre, KDHX's The Stage, Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries, Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts, Jazz at the Bistro, The International Photography Hall of Fame and more. Want more details? Visit grandcenter.org.
The Grove is a burgeoning new residential/commercial district that features a variety of independent restaurants, shops, galleries and bars centered along Manchester Avenue, east of Kingshighway. To learn more, go to thegrovecid.org.
Soulard is St. Louis' oldest neighborhood. Its streets are lined with red-brick townhomes, live music clubs and unique restaurants. But it really comes alive during Mardi Gras, rivaling New Orleans in its revelry. Attractions include the Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Soulard Farmers Market. Want more information? Go to soulard.org.
St. Louis is home to people from around the world, and the Grand South Grand area represents our international roots and the dreams of immigrants from Ethiopia, Vietnam, Thailand and the Middle East, and European nations, to name a few. Attractions include many ethnic eateries and shops and Tower Grove Park. For more information, visit southgrand.org.