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Plan to spend extra time in St. Louis. For additional information visit Explore St. Louis.

Gateway Arch- Our 630 ft. tall and wide monument that celebrates the US Western Expansion

National Blues Museum – Celebrate the heritage of Blues music in St. Louis .

Laumeier Sculpture Park – Enjoy all 105 acres of this outdoor museum and sculpture park.

Missouri Botanical Garden – One of the oldest botanical institutions in the United States.

Butterfly House – A tropical pavilion stocked full of butterflies.

Missouri History Museum – A free historical museum focusing on the history of Missouri along with general American and Western themes.

Saint Louis Art Museum – This free art museum is one of the principal U.S. art museums, filled with works of art from all over the world.

Forest Park/The Muny – A beautiful park of more than 1300 acres that includes 4 museums, a zoo, athletic fields, The Muny, golf courses and more. The Muny is an outdoor amphitheater seats 11,000 people and has been showing musical theatre and concerts since 1917.

City Museum- A massive playhouse made from all repurposed objects.

The Magic House, St. Louis Children’s Museum – A children’s discovery and educational center with exhibits, hands-on activities and events.

St. Louis Zoo- Voted one of the best zoos in the world! Our zoo shows animals in their habitats as well as a petting zoo; admission is free though some exhibits do require an extra charge.

Anheuser-Busch Brewery Tour - From the historic architecture of the St. Louis brewery to the latest brewing technology used at other locations, each tour has a captivating story to tell.

Citygarden- A park in the heart of Downtown St. Louis with pathways and water features as well as sculptures.


The following restaurants are located near the Hyatt Regency hotel.

  • Pi Pizzeria- Home of irrationally delicious deep dish, thin cornmeal crust pizza, and prime craft beers
  • Charlie Giotto’s – A great taste of “The Hill” in our own back yard. Italian at its best
  • Sugarfire Smokehouse – Try this different spin on barbeque that’s worth the try
  • Baileys’ Range – Modern burgers with an ice cream parlor
  • Blueberry Hill - Pop-culture themed restaurant offering American fare.
  • Bridge- A unique tap house featuring a wine bar with an awesome menu to match
  • Rooster- Farm fresh fare and crepes
  • Broadway Oyster Bar- Cajun/creole menu with NOLA style libations
  • Chili Mac’s Diner- A local greasy joint perfect for breakfast
  • Bamboo Bistro- Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese food including an all you can eat buffet
  • Sauce on the Side- A fun take on calzones
  • Salt & Smoke - Texas style BBQ
  • Snarf’s – Hot and cold sandwiches served over the counter
  • Urban Chestnut Grove Brewery & Beirhall - St. Louis craft brewery

Photo credits: McElroy Fine Art Photography, Ray Weibaum
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