Explore the 10 Historic Treasures in St. Louis
St. Louis offers so many things to visit and enjoy, sometimes it’s difficult to decide what to see. To that end, the Missouri History Museum has teamed up with Metro and the St. Louis Convention & Visitor Commission on a new way to explore St. Louis’ many attractions and discover the roles they’ve played in the city’s history.
The “10 Historic Treasures in St. Louis” are carefully selected areas and venues that have played a significant role in the history of the cityfrom venues that tell the many stories of St. Louis to locations that were crucial in the development of the city in colonial times.
What’s more: Each treasure is located near a MetroLink station, making it simple for riders to hop on and off the train to visit a particular gem.
What are these 10 locations? Here’s the list and their MetroLink stop:
- Laclede’s Landing (Stop: Laclede’s Landing)
- Washington Avenue Entertainment District (Stop: Convention Center)
- The Old Courthouse (Stop: 8th & Pine)
- St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum (Stop: Stadium)
- Soldiers Memorial Military Museum (Stop: Civic Center)
- Union Station (Stop: Union Station)
- Grand Center Arts & Entertainment District (Stop: Grand)
- Ellen. S. Clark Hope Plaza (Stop: Central West End)
- Missouri History Museum (Stop: Forest Park-DeBaliviere)
- St. Louis Walk of Fame (Stop: Delmar)
You can purchase your Metro “St. Louis Adventure Pass” at www.STLAdventurePass.com. Pocket maps of the Historic Treasures are available at the Missouri History Museum, the Old Courthouse, and St. Louis Information Centers around town.