VIDEO: Rolling Down the River with Big Muddy Adventures

Rolling Down the River with Big Muddy Adventures

Many thanks to our friends at Big Muddy Adventures for hosting the Explore St. Louis crew for a trip down the Mighty Mississippi. Take a look at this 360 clip from us paddling toward the Gateway Arch.

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VIDEO: St. Louis Neighborhood Spotlight: Maplewood

St. Louis Neighborhood Spotlight: Maplewood

A hub of award-winning food purveyors & craft brewers. Meet the butcher, baker, candlestick maker and other craftspeople making their wares in-shop. Home of the St. Louis region’s first Tim Hortons and Gus’s Fried Chicken. Entertainment includes touring the Schlafly Bottleworks, bowling at historic Saratoga Lanes, playing pinball at Orbit Pinball Lounge, escaping from a room at Escape from St. Louis and relaxing with friendly felines at the first of its kind in STL, Mauhaus Cat Cafe & Lounge.

VIDEO: St. Louis Neighborhood Spotlight: Maplewood

St. Louis Neighborhood Spotlight: Maplewood

A hub of award-winning food purveyors & craft brewers. Meet the butcher, baker, candlestick maker and other craftspeople making their wares in-shop. Home of the St. Louis region’s first Tim Hortons and Gus’s Fried Chicken. Entertainment includes touring the Schlafly Bottleworks, bowling at historic Saratoga Lanes, playing pinball at Orbit Pinball Lounge, escaping from a room at Escape from St. Louis and relaxing with friendly felines at the first of its kind in STL, Mauhaus Cat Cafe & Lounge.

VIDEO: Soulard Neighborhood Spotlight

Soulard Neighborhood Spotlight

Soulard, the city’s oldest neighborhood, exhibits a leisurely pace and an appreciation of days gone by. The historic streets are lined with red brick townhomes that house live music clubs and unique restaurants. Located just five minutes south of the Arch, the lively neighborhood was named for Antoine Soulard, a Frenchman who surveyed colonial St. Louis for the King of Spain. Today, structures built by early brewery workers have been turned into music clubs, shops and restaurants, many of which offer outdoor dining in elaborate courtyards. The historic churches of Soulard, built by St. Louis’ immigrant communities, also welcome visitors throughout the year.

VIDEO: Soulard Neighborhood Spotlight

Soulard Neighborhood Spotlight

Soulard, the city’s oldest neighborhood, exhibits a leisurely pace and an appreciation of days gone by. The historic streets are lined with red brick townhomes that house live music clubs and unique restaurants. Located just five minutes south of the Arch, the lively neighborhood was named for Antoine Soulard, a Frenchman who surveyed colonial St. Louis for the King of Spain. Today, structures built by early brewery workers have been turned into music clubs, shops and restaurants, many of which offer outdoor dining in elaborate courtyards. The historic churches of Soulard, built by St. Louis’ immigrant communities, also welcome visitors throughout the year.

VIDEO: Feast on St. Louis: The Hill

Feast on St. Louis: The Hill

The Hill is famous for its Italian markets and restaurants. Visitors and locals alike flock to this historic part of the city to explore the family-friendly, tight-knit neighborhood and feast on the flavors of Italy right here at home.

VIDEO: 2017 Explore St. Louis Hospitality Superheroes

2017 Explore St. Louis Hospitality Superheroes

Frontline employees are the backbone of the hospitality industry. Those individuals who consistently provide high quality customer service, plus go a step farther to “wow” a guest by rising to an unexpected occasion, pulling out all the stops, and making sure the incident is a positive and memorable one, are recognized as the Explore St. Louis Hospitality Super Heroes.

VIDEO: Feast on St. Louis: Soulard

Feast on St. Louis: Soulard

Soulard is a historic 19th-century neighborhood just south of Downtown St. Louis that is home to the city’s annual Mardi Gras celebration. Visit this part of town for gorgeous architecture, bustling bars and great eats.

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