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Events include ceremonies at cemeteries, parades and a fireworks display.
The children’s zoo area at the St. Louis Zoo will be rebuilt as a place where children and families can interact with and be inspired by animals.
"Soccer City" opens April 8 at the Missouri History Museum with an all-day celebration.
A stone cottage within the Soulard complex dates to the 1830s, and may have been built for the Soulard family.
Charles Phoenix, who has made a career of celebrating Americana and midcentury marvels, will show off some St. Louis treasures.
Ben briefly escaped twice in February from his enclosure at the St. Louis Zoo.
About 1.62 million people visited in 2022. In the late 1990s, the park regularly welcomed about 3.5 million a year.
For good measure, we threw in some beloved bears. The region is a honeypot, after all.
The Jewel Box reopens Saturday after being closed for nearly two weeks for its first major overhaul in 20 years.
Ben escaped from his enclosure briefly on Thursday afternoon after making another brief escape Feb. 7.
"Pillars of the Valley” is a series of eight granite pillars that evoke hourglasses. The installation stands outside the southwest corner of the stadium.
Jontu, 26, formerly of the St. Louis Zoo, and Zachary, 7, formerly of the Brookfield Zoo, made the move earlier this month.
The exhibit, “Glass in the Garden 2023,” opens May 2 and runs through Oct. 15.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation gave the pieces to the museum. They had been sitting in storage for more than 60 years.
The work was awarded to St. Louis-based Tarlton Corp., officials announced Monday. The landmark has been closed since March 2020.
Eastern and Ozark hellbenders spent 160 million years mostly hiding in rivers and streams. But in just a few decades, they’re now quickly disappearing.
The Pappas house in Town and Country and the Kraus home in Kirkwood, the St. Louis area's only Wright-designed homes, are in very different stages of preservation.
Celebrating fall in St. Louis isn’t so much about the cooler weather and an abundant harvest as it is about the end of a sweltering summer.
Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center replaces Ridgway Center, built in 1982.
Missouri History Museum creates a larger-than-life coloring book of St. Louis landmarks and architecture.
The nearly 6,000-square-foot mansion has four large rooms on each floor, a central staircase and maybe a few ghosts.
Admission for St. Louis city and St. Louis County residents is free until noon at Missouri Botanical Garden.
"Botanical Resonance" is on view through March at the Missouri Botanical Garden Sachs Museum.
The $21 million expansion of the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum will quadruple the space of the previous facility.
The statue, which will be formally dedicated at 5 p.m. Monday, honors enslaved people who sought their freedom through the courts.
Juneteenth became a federal holiday in 2021 and falls on Father's Day this year.
The Jack C. Taylor Visitor Center is set to open Aug. 27.
Astrid is the first Somali wild ass born at the St. Louis Zoo since 2019.
Maria Cassilly, the daughter-in-law of City Museum's late founder, is also the attraction's chief archivist and tours manager.
Ficus is a Guereza colobus monkey who is part of the largest family group to live at the zoo.
“Hockey: Faster Than Ever” will help St. Louis Science Center visitors learn about the science behind the sport.