Forest Park in St. Louis has plenty of free fun all summer long. Enjoy performances, movies, and concerts in the park.
Enjoy a celebration of Chinese culture and history at the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Lantern Festival. The festival runs through August but opening weekend falls on Memorial Day weekend. Find out all the details of the big party in the garden.
May means the start of the summer season in STL. St. Louis has plenty of outdoor fun, festivals, celebrations for Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, and Memorial Day.
Looking for something free to do this summer in St. Louis? The Whitaker Music Festival is a great way to relax, hear some great music, and picnic on the lawn of a beautiful garden.
From watching sports to doing them yourself, from ballet to fiddling to concerts, to doing good deeds, there’s always something to do in the Lou.
If you’re interested in seeing the top museum exhibits or traveling to see them, this 2012 Top Museum Exhibit guide is a must-read.
A new look at the life and legacy of the epic ruler and conqueror Genghis Khan can be found at Chicago’s Field Museum this spring and summer.
Looking for something to do this March in the Lou? We have concerts, performances, sports, activities with nature, kid-friendly activities, and even things to do for St. Patrick’s Day and Easter.
Find out more about Van Gogh Up Close, the exhibit featured by the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Vincent van Gogh’s final years are featured in the art in this exhibit.