|250 Years of St. Louis History|
A glimpse into 250 years of St. Louis history provided by the organizers of STL250, a volunteer organization formed to Celebrate the City's 250th birthday in 2014.
St. Louis Nightlife Guide
St Louis Acting Reviews
|Activities for Kids - Explore St. Louis|
St. Louis has plenty of kid-friendly, family-oriented activities, that kids of all ages will enjoy.
|Affton Centerstage Theatre|
Affton Alumni Theatre originated in the 1983, under the direction of Judy Rethwisch and some of her former students.
The African Musical Arts, Inc. (AMAInc), formerly African Chorus, was founded to foster a better understanding of Africa’s cultures through the musical arts.
|Ambassadors of Harmony|
Our mission is to educate our membership in order to continually improve in vocal quality, performance, and personal fulfillment in a cappella singing.
|American Kennel Club AKC|
We're more than the champions dog's. We're the dog's champion.
|Art Dimensions Saint Louis|
Spice up your next event by including an ArtDimensions Live Art Experience, which features live artist(s) starting & finishing a piece live at your event.
|Art St. Louis|
Focused on regional artists Art Saint Louis is a visual arts organization that creates exhibitions, support and growth opportunities for emerging and established contemporary artists.
|Arts and Education Council|
Founded in 1963, the Arts and Education Council is unique in that it is the only privately funded arts umbrella organization, whose geographic reach benefits the 16 county bi-state area of St. Louis. Together, we can keep art happening.
BandTogether organized and first rehearsed on March 22, 1997, with the initial goal of participating in that year's St. Louis Pride Parade in June. From the first 10 members at that rehearsal, BandTogether has grown to more than 100 musicians.
|Barnes Jewish Path|
|BB's Jazz Blues and Soups|
The 700 South Broadway building which houses BB's was known as Phil's Hotel as late as 1969, and has a colorful past.
|Beale on Broadway|
Beale on Broadway is a blues club first and foremost. Housed in a grand old building with exposed brick and hardwood floors, it is located between downtown and Soulard - the elite blues district of St. Louis. With such neighbors as the Broadway Oyster Bar and BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups, the Beale has become St. Louis' cornerstone for the blues experience.
For generations, Bellefontaine Cemetery has provided a tranquil, dignified setting in which to commemorate the lives of those who have shaped us, our families, and our city.
Join us for an evening of laughter and great food in St. Louis' oldest home. You can be part of the cast, ask for a "starring" role in the show, or just sit back, relax, and guess "whodunnit." The Bissell Mansion Participatory Murder Mystery is presented with a 4-course meal to DIE for!
|Boeing Prologue Room|
The James S. McDonnell Prologue Room in St. Louis tells this panoramic story of more than nine decades of aviation progress, from biplanes to space travel. Scale models, dioramas, paintings, and photographs document such important events as the first flight around the world in 1924, the first take-off of a jet fighter from a U.S. Navy carrier in 1946, the first aircraft to land at the South Pole in 1956, and the first manned spacecraft to orbit the Earth in 1962.
|Broadway Oyster Bar|
With the wonderful ambiance of the French Quarter in New Orleans, The Broadway Oyster Bar will lure you with the best Cajun-Creole cuisine in St. Louis as voted in both the Riverfront Times and Sauce Magazine's Reader's Poll. We feature live music seven nights a week from the best local and national touring acts. The music ranges from New Orleans funk to blues, reggae, rock, roots and jam.
Cahokia Mounds is located in Collinsville, Illinois and is was one of the greatest cities of the world, Cahokia was larger than London was in AD 1250.
Within this site you will find maps, directions and historical information about many of the 17 cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.
|Casa Loma Ballroom|
St. Louis Casa Loma Ballroom
|Challenge Learning Center St. Louis|
The award-winning Challenger Learning Center-St. Louis provides space education programs for schools, corporations, scouts, community groups and the general public.
CHARIS is a lesbian chorus open to all women. We differ in age, size, ethnic background and ability, but we share goals to seek musical excellence, voice messages of social justice and create a fun and supportive place for all women.
|Chatillion- Demenil Mansion|
Located in Benton Park, the Chatillon-DeMenil Mansion is one of St. Louis' most interesting historic homes.
|Cinemas St. Louis|
The mission of Cinema St. Louis is to promote the art of cinema and to expand the variety and availability of cinema experiences by presenting the St. Louis International Film Festival, screenings, programs, and educational opportunities.
The Circus Arts Foundation of Missouri's mission is to broaden and deepen the appreciation of the performing arts in the greater St. Louis community by producing and presenting innovative performances and educational programs through the use of classic circus skills.
An urban oasis downtown St. Louis
Where the imagination runs wild!
COCA (Center of Creative Arts) has been providing meaningful arts experiences to St. Louisans and their families for two decades. COCA has become the largest multidisciplinary arts institution and one of the most valuable community assets in the St. Louis metropolitan area. We are very proud to have been recognized by the community as "Best Arts Organization" in St. Louis by the Riverfront Times.
|Community Arts & Movement Project|
The Community, Arts, and Movement Project exists to empower creative expression, celebrate interconnection, and promote healthy living in order to nourish a sustainable Cherokee neighborhood, and beyond!
|Community Music School Webster University|
Founded in 1925, the Community Music School of Webster University (CMS) offers outstanding music education and performance opportunities to students of all ages and abilities in the St. Louis area and beyond.
CONFLUENCE is a free and independent bi-monthly journal, produced cooperatively and distributed through out the bi-state region. In addition to environmental and urban affairs, the Confluence covers labor and social justice issues and the arts as well as race, gender and sexuality from an anti-authoritarian perspective.
|Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis|
The Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis is one of the leading voices in the world of contemporary art. The Contemporary is dedicated to exhibiting the visual arts and artists of our time and to producing nationally recognized education programs.
|Covenant Theological Seminary|
Established in 1964, Craft Alliance provides inspiration and education in contemporary craft to a national community of artists, collectors, students and the art-viewing public.
|Curtain Up Theatre|
Curtain’s Up Theater Company (CUTC) is our community theater company which performs in the Madison County area, primarily in Collinsville and Edwardsville. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing a variety of quality theatrical experiences to the community
|Dance St. Louis|
Dance St. Louis' mission is to provide the St. Louis region with the world's best dance and to develop an appreciation of dance as an art form. Dance St. Louis fulfills this mission through dance presentation, creation and education outreach.
|Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village|
The Historic Daniel Boone Home and Boonesfield Village is a registered National Historic Site located in Defiance, Missouri. The Boone Home, nearly 200 years old, is large even by today's standards. It rises four stories with limestone walls 2 ½ feet thick and a kitchen in what most would consider would be the basement.
|Dining and Restaurants|
St. Louis is home to a rich mix of cultures and culinary interests.
The Project endeavors to empower individuals, honor their stories, imaginations, foster community and enhance public awareness about disability through innovative theatre of the highest quality.
|Discover St. Louis Neighborhoods - Explore St. Louis|
From eclectic boutiques and signature cuisine to exciting nightlife and live entertainment, each neighborhood has a unique character and style that adds something special to the regional patchwork of our city.
|Downtown Walking Tour|
Explore the fascinating history, culture and architectural legacy of Downtown St. Louis with a pleasant two-hour stroll led by experienced volunteer guides from Landmarks Association of St. Louis.
The EarthWays Home is a three-story Victorian residence built in 1885 at 3617 Grandel Square in Saint Louis, Missouri. It was renovated in 1994 to showcase practical demonstrations of energy efficient systems, recycled products and waste reduction practices.
|Echo Theatre Company|
Echo is an ensemble driven theatre company that champions bold, contemporary works and rediscovers rarely produced classics that provoke, excite and entertain.
Edison serves as a teaching facility for the Washington University Performing Arts Department, which produces three mainstage Edison shows each year and serves as a performance venue for Washington University student organizations.
|Endangered Wolf Center|
The Endangered Wolf Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving endangered wolves and other canid species from extinction by educating people about their importance in the ecosystem and supporting their reintroduction into their native habitat through a combination of managed breeding and research.
|Eugene Field House and St. Louis Toy Museum|
The Field House was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2007. It was opened December 18,1936 as the first historic house museum in St. Louis. The Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and has also been named a City of St. Louis Landmark.
The Partnership for Downtown St. Louis serves as the catalyst for creating and promoting a vibrant downtown—a nationally celebrated asset that attracts investment and economic activity at the hub of our region.
|Explore St. Louis|
Explorestlouis.com is the official online visitors guide for St. Louis, MO, providing complete visitor information and travel planning resources for the Gateway City
|First Run Theatre|
First Run Theatre provides a vehicle for regional playwrights to produce original, unpublished, never-produced works.
|Florissant Fine Arts|
The FFAC is a non-profit organization whose membership includes professionals, volunteers, and culturally astute individuals from all walks of life. For 35 years, the FFAC has fostered and promoted cultural and educational activities by sponsoring performances of music, dance, theatre, and art gallery exhibits.
This site is presented as a free resource for and about folk and ethnic groups and events in the U.S and particularly around the central area of St Louis, Missouri. Our articles, reviews, and descriptive text would be of interest to anyone interested in the social or performing folk arts. Here, you will find descriptive listings and group schedules for folk, ethnic and related groups in St. Louis, and the surrounding area.
|Fontbonne University Griffins|
Fontbonne University Athletics
|From the Lou: All Things About St. Louis|
This is the blog of Maureen Kavanaugh, a life-long resident of and professional tour guide to the city of St. Louis, Missouri, located on the banks of the Mississippi River in the very heart of the United States.
The top of the Gateway Arch is just one of the amazing sights to see while at the Gateway Arch Riverfront.
Minor Baseball League
|Gateway Mens Chorus|
Because music moves hearts and minds, we sing to affirm the gay experience and promote a culture of diversity and acceptance.
There are many exciting animal encounters possible at Grant's Farm, the 281-acre ancestral home of the Busch family, located just south of the city of St. Louis. The Farm is home to more than 900 animals representing more than 100 different species. Grant's Farm, operated by Anheuser-Busch, Inc., has been a St. Louis tradition for over five decades.
Hammerstone's, very well known for live music, great food, and a beautiful patio. All of this in a building with history dating back to 1884. We have been told that during prohibition it was a drug store in front with bootleg liquor out back, and doctor's offices up stairs.
|Harrah's St. Louis Hotel and Casino|
Harrah's St. Louis is a grand hotel with world-class amenities and a luxurious casino.
|Harris Stowe State University Hornets|
Harris Stowe State University Athletics
|Hollywood Casino St. Louis Ampitheater|
Hollywood Casino Amphitheater is located one mile west of the I-270 and I-70 interchange at I-70 and Maryland Heights expressway South (EXIT 231A).
|Holocaust Museum Learning Center|
Using the history and lessons of the Holocaust, the Holocaust Museum and Learning Center envisions a world where hatred and indifference are transformed into understanding and compassion, where all people are treated with dignitiy and respect.
|Hotels and other accommodations|
Whether you’re looking for a cozy Bed & Breakfast or a full-service hotel with all the comforts of home, there’s an exciting assortment of accommodations in St. Louis
|Illinois Fight ILLINI|
The Official Website of The University of Illinois Athletics
|Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery|
Jefferson Barracks, one of the National Cemetery Administrations oldest interment sites, has served as a burial place soldiers from all wars. The National Cemetery is open to visitors every day of the year from dawn until dusk.
|Jest" Murder Mystery Theater|
Murder Mystery Shows - Murder Mystery Corporate Events - Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre - Murder Mystery Christmas Parties - Murder Mystery Team Building
The mission of KDHX is to build community through media, with diverse and independent voices that enrich the perspectives of our audiences. We promote civic and cultural participation by providing the tools, technology, and training vital to informed, creative expression.
|Kenrick Glennon Seminary|
|Kirkwood Children's Chorale|
Kirkwood Children's Chorale is a musical enrichment program for children from second to eighth grade.KCC has over 220 singers from over fifty area schools. KCC singers perform numerous local concerts, and also have the opportunity to perform nationally and overseas.
|Kirkwood Theatre Guild|
The Mission of the Kirkwood Theatre Guild
is to be the most FUN and the most REVERED
community theatre group for members and patrons alike
In a time of video games, violent cartoons and toys that play all by themselves, it's reassuring to see your kids enjoying an ancient art like puppetry. At Kramer's, when the lights go down and the music plays, the audience seems to come alive along with the puppets!
|Kranzberg Arts Foundation|
The Kranzberg Arts Foundation is a community-driven organization dedicated to providing local artists and arts organizations the resources and infrastructure necessary for the arts to thrive in St. Louis
KTK has a continuing goal to perform theater for the love of theater with ensemble spirit. We would like to continue this pursuit in the south St. Louis area, tapping the resources of the area and the potential of our members.
The Laclede Quartet was founded in 1978 and has concertized extensively in the Midwest. Its members served as Artists-in-Residence at the History Museum in St. Louis, MO.
|Landmark Theatres St. Louis|
Landmark Theatres is a recognized leader in the industry for providing to its customers consistently diverse and entertaining film products in a sophisticated adult-oriented atmosphere. St Louis is home to 3 Landmark theaters Tivoli, Hi-Pointe, Plaza Frontenac
We know you will find our Historic Mansion both interesting and charming while providing a different setting for your party, whether large or small. We also offer the largest private gazebo in the city, and bed and breakfast service.
|Lemp Neighborhood Art Center|
The Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center is a non-profit project which aims to encourage and support intellectual, creative and emotional growth of young people in the greater St. Louis Area, especially those who are already engaged in the creative arts. While doing so, we also support independent artists and musicians at an international level. The main focus of the center is a performance space which doubles as an art gallery, having gained international recognition as a destination for non-commercial musicians and artists.
|Lumière Place Casino & Hotel|
Lumière Place is more than just hotels and a casino in St. Louis.
|Mad Art Gallery|
Mad Art Gallery is housed in the former Third District Police Station, a wonderfully renovated example of 1930’s Art Deco architecture in the historic Soulard neighborhood. The gallery is award winning, and without a doubt, St. Louis' most spectacular venue for art exhibitions and unique events. Mad Art boasts 19,000 square feet of terrazzo floors and marble hallways.
MADCO’s mission is to create innovative and memorable dance performances combining passion and technical excellence to provide its audiences with a world-class arts experience. The company is known for its versatile and athletic style, presenting dance that is exciting for audiences to watch and demanding for dancers to perform. The repertory company is under the direction of Executive and Artistic Director, Stacy West and Associate Artistic Director, Todd Weeks.
|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.
|Metro Theater Company|
Metro is inspired by the intelligence and emotional wisdom of young people, we create professional theater, foster inclusive community, and nurture meaningful learning through the arts.
MetroTix is one St. Louis' most comprehensive ticket agency and is an affiliated company of Fox Associates.
|Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum|
The Kemper Art Museum is part of the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University, which was established in 2005 to link strong studio programs in art and architecture with the resources and programs of the Museum. The Sam Fox School is dedicated to the creation, study, and exhibition of multidisciplinary and collaborative work with an emphasis on fostering creativity and intellectual exchange
The Miniature Museum of Greater St. Louis has been in existence since 1989.The group shared a common goal: to establish a centrally located museum to house and display miniature works and collections for people of all ages to enjoy. Cultural and educational aspects were then, and are today, foremost in the hearts of our members.
|Missouri Arts Council|
Missouri Arts Council, a state agency and division of the Department of Economic Development, provides over $8 million a year to nonprofit organizations through grants that meet our strategic goals.
|Missouri Baptist University Spartans|
Official Website of Missouri Baptist University Athletics
|Missouri Botanical Garden|
The Garden is a center for botanical research and science education, as well as an oasis in the city of St. Louis
|Missouri Department of Conservation|
The Missouri Department of Conservation invites you to explore the St. Louis region.
|Missouri History Museum|
Missouri History Museum
|Missouri Humanities Council|
The Missouri Humanities Council enables families and communities to broaden their appreciation of history, literature, and the ideas that shape our democracy.
Molottery.com :: The official Web site of the Missouri Lottery
The Official Athletic site of The University of Missouri
|Monroe Actors Stage Company|
Monroe Actors Stage Company (MASC)
is a Community Theatre located in the Historic Capitol Theatre
in downtown Waterloo, Illinois. Serving Southern Illinois and the greater St. Louis metro area, MASC produces five shows a year with the purpose of bringing enjoyable — and affordable — live theatre to the area’s residents.
|Museum of Transportation|
The Museum of Transportation was founded in 1944 by a group of individuals dedicated to preserving the past. They acquired the 1870’s Bellefontaine #33 mule-drawn streetcar from the St. Louis Public Service Company and they formed a nonprofit organization titled the St Louis Railway Historical Society which later became the Transport Museum Association.
|National Blues Museum|
Located in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. the National Blues Museum explores the Blues and celebrates the genre as the foundation of all modern American music.
|New Line Theatre|
New Line Theatre, "The Bad Boy of Musical Theatre," was created in 1991 to involve the people of the St. Louis region in the creation and exploration of provocative, alternative, politically and socially relevant works of musical theatre – daring, muscular, intelligent theatre about politics, race, violence, drugs, sexuality, religion, art, obscenity, the media, and other contemporary issues. And a lot of four-letter words. And every now and then, a little nudity. And lots of rock and roll
Affton Historical Society presents The Oakland House History
Off Broadway in St. Louis
|Opera Theatre of Saint Louis|
Opera Theatre of Saint Louis is dedicated to high-quality productions of a varied repertory accompanied by members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra. From 1985 through 2008, the company was led by General Director Charles MacKay, along with OTSL's famed, late Artistic Director Colin Graham, and Music Director Stephen Lord.
|Performing Arts Department Washington University|
We are a dynamic department dedicated to teaching and learning about dance and theater through various forms of inquiry.
|Play Back: stl|
Play Back: stl Preview and Review art in St Louis
Exhibits by the best local, regional and national African American artists. Enjoy the art, the warm social atmosphere and a lively exchange of ideas. Meet the artist. Learn the back-story. Go ahead—ask questions. Add to your collection or start one now.
Purina Farms combines an events center, a visitor's center and two canine competition areas. Show and field events as well as hands-on activities and exhibits reinforce the bond between pets and their people.
|Repertory Theatre of St. Louis|
Since 1966, The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis has been the region's premier live, professional theatre.
River City Rascals (Frontier Baseball League)
Music, News, Restaurants, Art and Film...find the best of St. Louis
|Samuel Cupples House|
The Historic Samuel Cupples House and Gallery
St. Louis food & culinary magazine
|Shaw Nature Reserve|
Shaw Nature Reserve strives to inspire responsible stewardship of our environment through education, restoration and protection of natural habitats, and public enjoyment of the natural world.
|Sheldon Concert Hall|
The Sheldon Arts Foundation is committed to the preservation and operation of the historic Sheldon Concert Hall and is dedicated to enriching the greater St. Louis region and beyond with a wide range of music, visual arts and educational programs of the highest quality, diversity and educational impact.
ShowMe Tickets is a ticket broker that sells tickets for all events. We specialize in selling concerts, theatre, and sporting tickets. To find tickets, simply select the event from the lists below or do a search with the search function to the right.
|Shrine of St. Joeseph|
Each statue, color and symbol within the Shrine’s walls teaches and inspires visitors. Take a tour and learn about the Shrine’s fascinating history and why the main altar is called "The Altar of Answered Prayers."
The Official Athletic website of the SIUE Cougars
The Science Center serves more than 1.2 million people each year, making it the fourth largest science center in the country and one of the nation’s 25 largest museums.
Saint Louis University Official Athletic Site
Springboard provides “hands-on” programs and “minds-on” learning for students in the St. Louis region and beyond. We offer resources to stimulate curiosity, motivate creativity and inspire learning by integrating creative experiences in arts and culture into school curricula.
|St Louis Public Radio|
St. Louis Public Radio is recognized as a distinctive and vital media source that strengthens the civic and cultural life of the communities it serves.
|St. Louis Aces|
NOT YOUR TYPICAL TENNIS...
You won’t find any ‘golf-claps’ at a St. Louis Aces tennis match. You will find Superfans who pump of the crowd and paint their chests, a DJ who plays music to get the party going and world-class athletes who get fired up by the crowd’s enthusiasm.
|St. Louis Art Museum|
The Saint Louis Art Museum collects, presents, interprets, and conserves works of art across time and cultures for the people of St Louis.
|St. Louis ArtWorks|
In collaboration with the community, young adults, 14 through 19 years old, are hired for 6 weeks each summer and 12 weeks in the fall and spring to work as apprentices with some of the region's most notable artists.
|St. Louis Ballet|
Saint Louis Ballet's mission is to make the art of ballet accessible to all St. Louisans and educate the community on the classical as well as contemporary ballet.
|St. Louis Black Repertory Theatre|
The Black Rep is the nation's largest, professional African-American theatre company. The company was established in 1976 by Ron Himes, then a student at Washington University in St. Louis, as the Phoenix Theatre Troupe.
|St. Louis Bradford College|
|St. Louis Brass Band|
The Award-Winning Saint Louis Brass Band presents exciting family-friendly concerts of light classic and popular music for enthusiastic listeners across the greater metropolitan St. Louis region. The STLBB is a British-style brass band featuring thirty of St. Louis’ finest brass and percussion players. (British Brass Bands use the traditional and uniquely colorful instrumentation of cornets, flugel horn, tenor horns, euphoniums, English baritones, trombones, tubas and percussion.)
|St. Louis Cardinals|
The Official Website of the St. Louis Cardinals MLB team
|St. Louis Cinemas|
The St Louis Cinemas include the Chase Park Plaza Cinemas, the Galleria 6 Cinemas, the Moolah Theatre, and the Granite City Cinemas
|St. Louis College of Pharmacy|
|St. Louis Community College|
|St. Louis for Art Lovers - Explore St. Louis|
St. Louis’ artistic flare is on display at museums and galleries of all sizes and subject matter.
|St. Louis for Music Lovers - Explore St. Louis|
Hear the best music St. Louis has to offer at eclectic venues all over town, from Jazz and Blues to Country and Rock!
|St. Louis for Pet Lovers - Explore St. Louis|
f you’re a pet lover who diligently plans vacations so you can take your pet along, then St. Louis is a must-see vacation destination.
|St. Louis for Sports Fans - Explore St. Louis|
There’s a reason ESPN Magazine named us the “Ultimate Sports City.” Fans always have something to cheer about in St. Louis.
|St. Louis for Theater Lovers - Explore St. Louis|
With more than 40 professional theatre companies, in addition to world-class dance, comedy and improv troupes, St. Louis offers the theatre-lover so much to explore!
|St. Louis Harmony Chorus|
Since 1961, the St. Louis Harmony Chorus has provided the St. Louis community with the highest quality a cappella and barbershop harmony through its own chorus and through the presentation of world-championship groups, such as international championship quartet, costume designers, choreographers and vocal production specialists.
|St. Louis Mercantile Library|
Established in 1846 by civic leaders and philanthropists, the Mercantile exists today as a vibrant community, cultural asset. It is the oldest library west of the Mississippi and the grandparent of all cultural institutions in St. Louis.
|St. Louis Metro Singers|
The St. Louis Metro Singers is a nonprofit, volunteer,
civic chorus born of love – love of music and of people
|St. Louis Nightlife Guide|
When thinking about St. Louis nightlife, catching some smoky blues or jazz in the city's famous downtown blues district should come to mind, but rest assured, all fans of live music get their due with numerous venues and clubs in St. Louis.
|St. Louis Public Library|
Branch location information, online catalog search, event schedule, and kids area. Also provides Internet access to important city government information.
|St. Louis Rams|
The Official Website of the St. Louis Rams NFL team
|St. Louis Regional Art Commission|
The Regional Arts Commission was founded in 1985 to promote, encourage, and foster the arts and cultural institutions in St. Louis City and County and to contribute to the economic development of the area through a strong presence of the arts.
|St. Louis Shakespeare|
SLS is dedicated to producing Shakespeare’s entire canon. To date, the Company has presented more than three quarters of the Bard's plays, including such seldom-seen works as TROILUS & CRESSIDA, KING JOHN, WINTER’S TALE and TITUS ANDRONICUS; SLS closed its 24th season with the Midwest premiere of EDWARD III. Additionally, SLS presents the works of other classical playwrights such as Aristophanes, Euripides, Feydeau, Oscar Wilde, Sheridan, Moliere, Shaw and 20th century classics by playwrights such as Arthur Miller and Tom Stoppard.
|St. Louis Soldier Memorial Military Museum|
Memorial plaza and memorial building to honor the gallant sons and daughters of Missouri, and of our city, who made the supreme sacrifice in the World War.
|St. Louis Sports Comission|
The St. Louis Sports Commission is the independent, privately funded nonprofit organization that benefits St. Louis through sports. Its efforts focus on attracting, creating and managing major sporting events for the St. Louis region – and contributing to its quality of life.
|St. Louis Symphony Orchestra|
There are many different reasons for attending a Symphony concert. For some it's a chance to dress up and spend a night out. For others it is a chance to get caught up in the music and escape to another place. No matter why you attend, you will experience a world-class orchestra performing for you live and in the moment!
|St. Louis Union Station|
A National Historic Landmark with historic hotel, unique specialty shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. Free Memories Museum, self-guided walking tour and guided tours.
|St. Louis University|
|St. Louis Walk of Fame|
The St. Louis Walk of Fame is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 to provide a showcase for the cultural heritage of St. Louis and to advance the knowledge, awareness and appreciation of great St. Louisans and their accomplishments.
|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.
|Stages St. Louis|
STAGES ST. LOUIS is a professional, not-for-profit organization located in St. Louis, Missouri, and
dedicated to producing the indigenous American art form of musical theatre. STAGES is also firmly committed to providing performing arts educational opportunities to our community and serves students both at the STAGES Performing Arts Academy and through numerous outreach programs
Formerly known as the Peabody Opera House, the Stifel Theater is a historic, 3100 seat theater in the heart of downtown St. Louis. Originally opened in 1934, the Peabody Opera House stage has welcomed some of entertainment’s greatest performers, including Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones.
We have been contacted by a number of artist who do not have the time or websites or marketing experience to market their art effectively- We Do!!! The gallery will offer artist the opportunity to contract STL to sell their work for them on a commission basis.
Website for St. Louis auditions and local opportunitues
|Stray Dog Theatre|
Stray Dog Theatre (SDT) is committed to unleashing the art of theatre and community service on Saint Louis and the surrounding community.
|Take Two Productions|
Take Two Productions’ mission is to provide opportunities for individuals of all ages and races
to develop their creative talents through live, musical theater
and to make community connections through service to and financial support of well-deserving charities.
|Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis|
The Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis produces an annual theater festival that celebrate the art and influence of Tennessee Williams.
|The Butterfly House|
A division of Missouri's Botanical Gardens.
|The Circus Day Foundation|
Circus Day Foundation teaches the art of life through circus education. We work to build character and expand community for youth of all ages, cultures, abilities and backgrounds. Through teaching and performance of circus skills, we help people defy gravity, soar with confidence and leap over social barriers, all at the same time.
The Confluence is dynamic conservation, heritage and recreation corridor. Located in the heart of St. Louis region, it beckons all to embrace, experience and explore.
|The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park|
Nestled in grassy fields on 10.5 acres in the Sugar Creek area of Kirkwood, Mo., the Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park is a unique and significant residence designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, widely recognized as the greatest American architect of the 20th century.
|The Griot Museum of Black History & Culture|
Only the second of its kind the country, The Griot Museum of Black History & Culture opened as The Black World History Wax Museum in February 1997. After 10 years of being variously known, we hit upon what seems to be the perfect name “The Griot Museum of Black History & Culture” (The Griot”).
|The Midnight Company|
The Midnight Company
The Muny, short for The Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis, is an outdoor musical amphitheatre, located in Forest Park.
|The National SHRINE of Our Lady of the Snows|
The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows offers a peaceful atmosphere on over 200 beautifully landscaped acres with full, modern facilities. With more than one million visitors each year, the Shrine has a wide array of services to keep you spiritually and physically refreshed during your visit.
|The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts|
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando and situated in St. Louis' Grand Center district, the Pulitzer presents changing exhibitions and engages in a variety of programming initiatives involving the visual, literary, and performing arts.
|The Royal Dump Dinner Theatre|
Step back into 16th century England for an evening of Medieval Madness with King Henry VIII and his bevy of wenches! It's a riotous night of bawdy merry making and song as you are transformed back to the days of yore!
|The St. Louis Blues|
The official website of the St. Louis Blues NHL team
|The Tin Ceiling|
The Tin Ceiling is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing alternative entertainment to the St. Louis community, showcasing the works of local talent in theater, music, and art. Be sure to check our calendar for upcoming theatrical feats of thrill and intrigue.
|The Uppity Theatre Company|
Our name reflects who we are. Bold, brave, willing to step outside the status quo in order to instigate social change, promote civic dialogue and produce transformative theatrical art of the highest quality for people of all ages.
|The Woodcock Museum|
The Woodcock Museum
|TOUHILL Performing Arts Center|
The Touhill offers quality arts and entertainment from across the spectrum of the performing arts genres.
|Tours and Cruises|
A list of tours and cruises in the City of St. Louis by Explore St. Louis
|Tower Grove Park|
Tower Grove Park is an exemplary, well preserved and well presented, wooded Victorian park of national significance that provides important recreational, educational, and cultural opportunities for the public in a way that is compatible with its unique and historic character.
Trailnet is a St. Louis based non-profit organization with a 20-year history of Promoting Active Living* - a way of life that encourages people to integrate physical activity into their daily routines.
|Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site|
Ulysses S. Grant is known as the victorious Civil War general who saved the Union and the 18th President of the United States. Few people know about his rise to fame or his personal life. He first met Julia Dent, his future wife, at her family home, named White Haven. Today, that home commemorates their lives and loving partnership against the turbulent backdrop of the nineteenth century.
The Official site of The University of Missouri St. Louis Athletics
|Union Avenue Opera|
Union Avenue Opera grew out of one man’s vision for an opera company that would offer professional opportunities for gifted, emerging artists. In the summer of 1995, Scott Schoonover, with the support of the Arts Group of Union Avenue and on a shoestring budget, mounted a production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, and the rest is history.
|Unity Theatre Ensemble|
Unity Theatre Ensemble has overcome many challenges to achieve its thirty-nine year history of producing classic dramas, original musicals, and experimental works with an insightful intelligence and honesty which set new standards of excellence in theater arts.
|University of Missouri St. Louis|
|Visitor Services - Explore St. Louis|
Our friendly and informed volunteers are available to answer all of your questions about your visit to St. Louis.
|Washington University Bears|
The Official Athletic Website for the Washington University Bears
|Webster University Film Series|
The Webster Film Series is a year-round program that prides itself as the most comprehensive alternative film series in the St. Louis area.
|Webster University Gorloks|
The official athletic website of Webster University
Wehrenberg Theatres have several location all across Missouri
|West End Players Guild|
The Mission of West End Players Guild is to offer character-driven, dramatically significant plays that appeal to and reflect the diverse tastes of the St. Louis metropolitan theater-going public. We are big theater in a small space.
|World Bird Sanctuary|
The World Bird Sanctuary rests peacefully on 305 acres of Missouri hardwood forest, next door to Lone Elk County Park and Chubb Trail. The World Bird Sanctuary features free seasonal shows, nature trails, educational programs and picnic pavilions. Free entry and parking.