St Louis Cemetery Buried in History   

Probably not your first thought when planning a vacation location, Bellefontaine Cemetery in 
Saint Louis is worth a stop. Established in 1849, Bellefontaine Cemetery has a renowned collection of art and architecture. Travelers interested in genealogy and history can spend hours at this beautifully landscaped historic site.

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National Shrine hosts Ladies Day Out and Pet Walk

National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows hosts Ladies Day Out shopping, luncheon and wine tasting and Tails, Trails Twinkles pet walk.

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Eckert’s Country Store and Farms

Drive to Illinois apple country, just minutes away from St. Louis Missouri. Eckert’s began as a simple roadside stand in 1910. Today, the seventh generation of the Eckert family oversees retail, pick-your-own crops, and entertainment operations at locations in Belleville, Millstadt, and Grafton, Illinois. It’s apple and pumpkin picking time at all three farms Enjoy… Read More

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St Louis’ Jewelbox and Boathouse at Forest Park

A beautifully landscaped reflecting pool welcomes visitors to the Jewelbox. This St Louis jewel is on the National Historic Register.

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Grants Farm-Hardscrable, St. Louis, Missouri

Grant’s Farm is operated by Anheuser-Busch, Inc., and has been a St. Louis tradition for over five decades.

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Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, St Louis

The National Park Service offers guided tours of Grant’s home, White Haven, free every 30 minutes. Before your tour, watch the 16 minute movie, “A Place Called White Haven”

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