Boeing Space Station gives visitors a glimpse into living and working in space. Check out the crew quarters to see how they eat, sleep, and dress then visit StarBridge for operational details. Read more.
Kids can do everything from starring in their own telecast to constructing a firehouse. Read more.
This is the first of the major union stations where Harvey ran all the restaurants. You can have dinner in the old Harvey dining room, now part of a Marriott hotel. Read more.
Renovated, old-world movie theatre specializes in indie but runs mainstream too. Movie "stuff" collection in lobby. Midnight movies in summer, Rocky Horror in fall, and STL Film Fest in November. Read more.
At this courthouse, the slave Dred Scott filed his legal battle for freedom, and suffragist Virginia Minor brought her case for women's voting rights, too. Exhibits document both cases. Read more.
Thousands rushed to Market and 14th streets on April 14, 1934, to dedicate Municipal Auditorium and Community Center. (It was renamed in memory of Mayor Henry W. Kiel eight years later.) Read more.