Skip to site content
Group Travel Leader Group Travel Leader Group Travel Leader

This is the year to come back to St. Louis



Courtesy St. Louis CVC

You’ve climbed to the top of the Gateway Arch, browsed the museums in Forest Park and taken a paddle-wheeler cruise on the Mississippi River. You may think that you’ve “done” St. Louis; the truth is, you’re just getting started.

Thanks to its central location and abundant history, St. Louis is a perennially favorite group tour destination. It’s also one of the most dynamic cities in the American heartland, with a thriving arts and culture scene and a downtown district that is both historic and forward thinking. With a tourism menu full of attractions large and small, it’s virtually impossible for a tour group to exhaust all this destination has to offer.

And there will soon be even more to see — 2011 looks to be a great year for St. Louis, with major historical commemorations, new museums and attractions opening and a highly anticipated redevelopment of several central neighborhoods.

So, for the coming year, we offer three new ways to see St. Louis, whether you’re a first-time visitor or a frequent guest.

For more about St. Louis:

This is the year to come back to St. Louis
Civil War Commemoration
Behind the scenes
What’s new in St. Lou’?
WEB EXCLUSIVE! St. Louis Photo Slideshow

Brian Jewell

Brian Jewell is the executive editor of The Group Travel Leader. In more than a decade of travel journalism he has visited 48 states and 25 foreign countries.

Get More Group Travel Ideas!

Subscribe to our free e-newsletter, Group Travel Minute.    

You have Successfully Subscribed!